Netflix cancels 'Arrested Development' press tour after fight

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 27, 2018

"It sounds like I'm insensitive to Jessica".

David Cross, another male costar, also downplayed Tambor's behavior by saying that Tambor had "learned from the experience". "I can say that no matter what anybody in this room has ever done - and we've all done a lot, with each other, for each other, against each other - I wouldn't trade it for the world and I have zero complaints".

Bateman had said: "Again, not to belittle it or excuse it or anything, but in the entertainment industry it is incredibly common to have people who are, in quotes, 'difficult.' ..."

While she said she had experienced no sexual misconduct, she talked about being shouted at on the set of Arrested Development by Jeffrey. The actor apologized the following morning, acknowledging that he "shouldn't have tried to mansplain, or fix a fight ... this is a big learning moment for me". Though forced out of Amazon's "Transparent," Tambor is coming back for the latest installment of the Netflix revival - and is even in the Emmy race for the comedy.

Alia Shawkat, who plays Maeby Fünke, interjected, saying that did not mean it was acceptable behaviour.

Later he posted on Twitter: 'I have reached out to Jessica personally to apologize. "Regardless of my intentions, it is clear that my words, both said and unsaid, served to minimize Jessica's pain and for that I am extremely sorry". That's important to remember'. And I apologized and everything, but still, I yelled at her. I should've focused more on what the most important part of it all is there's never any excuse for abuse, in any form, from any gender.

Season five of Arrested Development premieres on Netflix on 29 May 2018.

'At this time we have decided not to move ahead with promotional activity in the United Kingdom but hope to bring the cast back at another time'. Have the discussion, but don't do it in front of everybody in a humiliating way.

Among planned appearances were a slot on the BBC's One Show tonight, with Hale and Shawkat due on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch over the weekend.

Both have since apologized for attempting to minimize Walter's complaint, and it appears Netflix bosses don't want a repeat of the drama, and so they're pulled a planned United Kingdom press tour. We're sorry for any inconvenience caused'.

In that same interview, Tambor acknowledged a "blowup" with Walter on "Arrested Development", adding that he "profusely apologized" for it later.

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