'Veronica Mars' reboot: Release date, plot, cast, trailer, news, and everything to know about Kristen Bell series
'Veronica Mars' was a popular show that premiered in 2004, but ended in 2007 despite getting good reviews. Hulu picked up the show for a reboot in September 2018 and announced that it would be a mini-series consisting of 8 episodes. The teaser of the show was released in April followed by the trailer on May 1. The show is an American teen-mystery, which was initially produced by Warner Bros. Television, Silver Pictures Television, Stu Segall Productions, and Rob Thomas Productions.
The fourth season of 'Veronica Mars' will release on July 26 and can be streamed on Hulu.
The plot of season 4 of the show revolves around a serial killer in the fictional city of Neptune where Veronica Mars resides. This serial killer has made victims of spring breakers and in an interview with EW, Kristen Bell, the lead actor, said, "It’s gonna be a much darker world, it’s going to be a bigger world, it’s definitely not what we did on UPN or The CW, so I want to brace fans for that, that it’s going to be darker and bigger and more cinematic, a little bit different."
Kristen Bell will be playing the role of Veronica Mars in the show. At the beginning of the show, she was a 17-year-old at Neptune High who works with her father Keith Mars, a private detective, after school. In the new series, she has taken over her father's investigation office and is back in Neptune to do some mystery solving.
Actor Jason Dohring plays the role of Logan Echolis in the series, and he is the son of an A-list actor who was also a part of the film that was produced in 2014. He also plays the main role in the upcoming miniseries.
Actor Enrico Colantoni will be playing the role of Veronica Mars' father Keith Mars in the series. He also originally played the role in the series which premiered in 2004.
Other cast members:
Clifton Collins Jr. as Alonzo Lozano, Percy Daggs III as Wallace Fennel, Max Greenfield as Leo D'Amato among others.
Rob Thomas will return as the series creator of the show. He also wrote the first three seasons of the show while Diane Ruggiero-Wright and Dan Etheridge will return as executive producers.
The trailer of Veronica Mars was released on May 1 and it gave the first clues as to what the miniseries will be about.
The first teaser of the show was released two weeks prior to the trailer as a date announcement from Hulu.
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