Arrested Development returns after a seven-year hiatus on May 26, with the fourth season available only on Netflix.

The new version of the offbeat comedy picks up the story of the spoiled, dysfunctional Bluth family several years later.

Netflix confirmed Thursday that Canadian subscribers would be able to access all 15 episodes of the series, which remains under the guidance of original creator Mitch Hurwitz.

The original cast all return, including Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman), his father George Bluth Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor), his mother Lucille (Jessica Walter), his brothers George Oscar Bluth II (Will Arnett), Buster Bluth (Tony Hale) and his son George Michael (Canadian Michael Cera).

The Emmy-winning comedy was cancelled in 2006 after three seasons.

Netflix, the successful internet-based broadcaster, has begun creating original programming. In addition to Arrested Development, it has Kevin Spacey political drama House of Cards, Eli Roth murder mystery Hemlock Grove and Jenji Kohan’s upcoming series Orange is the New Black.