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Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

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Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

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Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

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Mitch Hurwitz is the creator and executive producer of the TV series Arrested Development. The FOX show, which has won critical praise for its irreverently dysfunctional family; it has also won a handful of Emmy Awards.

Hurwitz, is also credited as a writer on the series, was also a writer and producer on the TV sitcoms The Golden Girls and The Ellen Show.

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Arrested Development, now airing on Monday nights, is in its third season.

This interview originally aired on Nov. 3, 2005.

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