Clockwise from front: Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Tony Hale, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, Jeffrey Tambor and Jessica Walter. (Arrested Development)

After years of cruel speculation and rumors of a possible movie, Sunday night felt like Christmas morning for the fans of the cult television show “Arrested Development.”

At the New Yorker film festival, the creators and cast of the show announced not only is a movie in the works, but the show will be back on television for 10 episodes. The show centers around the mishaps of the Bluth family, which puts the fun in dysfunction. Though it gained massive critical appeal, it was cancelled in its third season.

Fans will still have to wait a little while to catch up on the love-crossed cousins, the never-nude son-in-law, the criminal father and the drunkest, meanest mother in television history. Filming won’t start until next summer.

The cast took to the stage Sunday night at the New Yorker festival to show their glee with the show’s definitive chicken dance: