A Guide To Whether Your Favorite Character Is Returning To ‘Arrested Development’

This is good news, for fans of Arrested Development, sidekicks, and Irishmen alike:

Appearing on Conan last night, Will Arnett slyly revealed two guest stars from the upcoming season of Arrested Development: the man to his right (Andy Richter) and the man to his left (Conan O’Brien). Arnett starts coyly, by hinting, “I don’t want this to be too much of a spoiler alert, but let me put it this way: There are a few people on this stage tonight who are a part of it” before flat-out saying the people he’s referring to are himself, Conan, and Andy. It’s probably safe to assume that Conan and Andy will be playing themselves, but Arnett stops his spoiler alert right there. (Via)

Brief aside, but has any starring role on a Thursday night sitcom mattered less to the population as a whole than Will Arnett and Up All Night? Not only does everyone want to talk to him about Arrested Development, rightly so, but Up All Night is boring and terrible. But this isn’t about how Community should be airing in its time slot; it’s about even more guest stars added to AD‘s already impressive roster of famous people. But will your favorite recurring character and/or Mad Men actor be in the Netflix revival? Here’s our helpful guide of everyone, outside of the main cast, who we know will be returning, and some that should.

Already signed on:

Barry Zuckerkorn (Henry Winkler)

Bob Loblaw (Scott Baio)

Kitty Sanchez (Judy Greer)

Lucille Austero (Liza Minnelli)

Carl Weathers (Carl Weathers)

Mort Meyers (Jeff Garlin)

Emmitt Richter? (Andy Richter)

Rumored to sign on:

Ann Veal (Mae Whitman)

New cast members:

Terry Crews

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Conan O’Brien

Ben Schwartz

John Slattery

Workaholics crew

Still unknown:

Annyong (Justin Lee)

Lupe (BW Gonzalez)

Steve Holt (Justin Grant Wade)

Doctor Fishman (Ian Roberts)

Stan Sitwell (Ed Begley, Jr.)

Wayne Jarvis (John Michael Higgins)

Larry Middleman (Bob Einstein)

Gene Parmesan (Martin Mull)

Ice (Malik Yoba)

Franklin Delano Bluth

Unlikely to return:

J. Walter Weatherman (Steve Ryan)

He’s dead.

Wife of Gob (Amy Poehler)

Love’s dead.