Hulu has released all eight episodes of the show's fourth season, a week earlier than scheduled. The trailer introduces viewers to the season's mystery, putting Mars on the case of a string of bombings that have occurred in Neptune.
Although the revival wasn't always a sure thing, during the show's Comic-Con panel on Friday, Bell admitted that she was hesitant to return to the series.
Oh she's game. Even though the actress has no shortage of jobs, Bell recently told TVLine that she'll keep doing the show as long as the fans continue to want more. Rather than like The Handmaid's Tale and air weekly, all eight episodes were going to drop at once.
Veronica Mars originally premiered in September 2004, and ran for three seasons on UPN/The CW before wrapping up in May 2007. It seems we can expect serial killers, scrambling investigations, relationship troubles, strip clubs, shifty JK Simmons (Whiplash) and quippy Patton Oswalt (A.P. Bio, Secret Life of Pets 2) in the upcoming season. The revival was in the works since the feature film was released in 2014.
Qween Kristen Bell returns as the titular sassy, crime-solving sleuth along with OG cast members Jason Dohring (Logan), Enrico Colantoni (Keith), Percy Daggs III (Wallace), Daran Norris (Cliff McCormack), David Starzyk (Richard Casablancas) and a host of former guest stars. They promise a more mature show.
Well, if the show does end up getting renewed for Season 5, would Dohring want to come back as the reformed bad boy? Thomas will also pen the first episode.
The official trailer gave us our first look at the series with private investigator, Veronica Mars, played by Kristen Bell, living peacefully in Neptune, California.