I am so happy that “Arrested Development,” the TV series Mitchell Hurwitz created for Fox, which ran for three seasons, has been re-established and will soon be seen on Netflix.

Stars Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Tony Hale, David Cross, Jeffrey Tambor and Jessica Walter will come back with the whiz Ron Howard producing and narrating, saying things over their dialogue such as, “What she means is....”

Critics loved “Arrested Development” and ordinary people, too.

This reminds me of something that is happening in New York on Nov. 8 at the Plaza Hotel. That’s when the New York Landmarks Conservancy will turn a host of famous New Yorkers into “Living Landmarks.”

What, you may well ask, does a charity that saves old buildings, churches, parks and historic monuments have to do with a TV series being revived?

Well, two of those VIPs appearing on “Living Landmarks” night will be Liza Minnelli and Tommy Tune, grand denizens of theater fame. Liza will be made a “Landmark” and Tommy already is one! But both will be seen at the Plaza together, just as they were last week in Culver City where they shot an episode of “Arrested Development.”

In the episode, Tommy plays Liza’s brother, and they kind of ad-lib about her many awards and honors. He’ll then do the honoring in real life at the Plaza next month when Liza becomes a landmark. This tall, terrific Texan, and nine-times Tony winner, will also be saluting the 100th anniversary of the Jimmy Nederlander family on Broadway.

Both Liza and Tommy lavished praise on each other’s work for “Arrested Development” and they were super-enthusiastic about creator Mitch Hurwitz, now described as the “show runner.” They couldn’t give him enough credit.