TVLine is reporting that "Mad Men's John Slattery will be appearing in multiple episodes of season 4 of "Arrested Development."
A rep for the show declined to comment on what role Slattery would be playing in the reboot, which will air on Netflix sometime next year, TVLine reports.
This won't be Slattery's first comedy show experience. According to Zap2It, he's also appeared on Sex and the City, 30 Rock, and Ed, among others.
Meanwhile, Slattery's Mad Men co-star, Jon Hamm will be appearing in an of Bob's Burgers, EW reports. Hamm will be playing a talking toilet. "It's kind of an E.T. homage, but instead of an alien, it's this high end electronic toilet that falls off a truck and Gene (Eugene Mirman) finds it, E.T. style," the show's creator Loren Bouchard explained. "It's kind of a love story between a boy and a toilet."
Recently, Arrested Development's producer and narrator, Oscar-winning director, Ron Howard, spoke with MTV News about the revival of the show.
"I visited the set last week. It's a blast over there," Howard said. "Mitch Hurvitz (the show's creator) has such a remarkable, creative voice. It's the perfect set of actors to bring it to life. I'm so glad it's back. I'm a fan too. The scripts are hilarious."
Howard remained tight-lipped on any specific details about the show's new episodes, but he promised that fans could expect all that they loved about the show in its original run.