We're getting the banana stand back together! Arrested Development that cherished whip-smart comedy canceled by Fox in 2006 is finally returning with a fourth season of 10-plus supersize episodes on Netflix. But don't expect a straight revival of the old series, in which the dutiful son (Jason Bateman) of a flailing real estate tycoon tried to save his narcissistic, eccentric family from itself. ''Although comedically it's very much in the same vein as the last series, structurally it's a next step,'' explains creator/executive producer Mitchell Hurwitz. ''Each episode is really about one character in the family, because this series tells the story of what happened after the family fell apart as they're being drawn back together.'' While Hurwitz remains tight-lipped on the plot ''The Bluths are caught off guard by the collapse of the housing market, even though they've long been in the business of making houses that do exactly that'' he gushes about the good vibes surrounding this reunion: ''We had such a great time together on the set. And I think that sense of fun really comes across. I think people will see the show and say, 'Wow, they really didn't take this very seriously. What a shame. This could've been a great opportunity for them.' ''