(NEW YORK) -- After a successful fourth season on subscription-based service Netflix, Bloomberg News reports producers of Arrested Development are in talks for another go-round.
The critically acclaimed-but ratings challenged series aired from 2003-2006 on Fox before finding a home on Netflix earlier this year.
Producer Brian Grazer, who runs Imagine Entertainment with Ron Howard, who also acts as narrator on the series, tells Bloomberg they are, "in conversations with [Netflix] to do another."
Talks are in the very early stage, and the show's diverse and busy ensemble -- including Justin Bateman, Will Arnett and Henry Winkler -- could take some time to re-align, the subscription service's CEO Reed Hastings has mentioned previously.
ABC News Radio recently caught up with Winker, who plays incompetent lawyer Barry Zuckerkorn on the show, and he credited the show's cast -- and Arrested Development creator Mitchell Hurwitz -- with the comedy's success.
"The man is brilliant," Winker said. "You don't question him. You just say yes."
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