From the minute you hear Kristen Bell's hard-boiled voiceover, it's clear that some things never change — though Veronica might allege she has. Veronica Mars' titular hero claims to have moved on from her time as a teen detective ("Trust me, I know how dumb that sounds.") in favor of a prestigious career as a New York lawyer. Though Veronica might claim to be a marshmallow now, when she learns Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring) is a murder suspect (again!) she doesn't hesitate before resorting back to the righteously indignant and dogged detective we fell for all those years ago.
So who's Logan suspected of murdering this time? None other than Carrie Bishop (Andrea Estella), or as the world now knows her, Bonnie DeVille, troubled pop star and Logan's ex-girlfriend. (How many dead ex-girlfriends can one guy have?)
Can't wait to find out more? Here are eight things to know about the Veronica Mars movie before its premiere:
Jerry O'Connell, Rebecca Romjin and daughters Dolly and Charlie
Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell's Christmas card is a true family affair.
Melissa Joan Hart
She played a teenage witch on TV, and in real life, Melissa Joan Hart apparently knew how to cast quite the spell on men growing up.
In Tuesday's interview with Access Hollywood Live to promote her new memoir, the...
Tony Shalhoub, Jerry O’Connell and Kal Penn
We Are Men has been canceled after two episodes, TVGuide.com has learned.
The testosterone-heavy comedy, which stars Chris Smith, Jerry O'Connell, Kal Penn and Tony Shalhoub, debuted to...
Jerry O’Connell, Tony Shalhoub, Kal Penn, Chris Smith
Are you mad for We Are Men?
Now that CBS' bachelor comedy has premiered, we want to know if you think it's a hit or a miss — and what you think of every new show this fall season.
Vote: Which fall premieres are hits? Which are misses?
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We Are Men
Move over, Two and a Half Men — CBS now has four grown men.
The network's new, testosterone-heavy comedy We Are Men premieres Monday (8:30/7:30c) and follows Carter (Chris Smith), who, after he's left at the altar, moves to a short-term apartment complex, where he befriends ...
Melissa Joan Hart
In Melissa Joan Hart's new autobiography, Melissa Explains It All, a play off of her Nickelodeon show's title Clarissa Explains It All, the former child star goes into great detail about her wild and crazy past, which included drug use and...
The No. 1 broadcast network delivered a welcome jolt of energy to its day in the TCA press-tour spotlight when CBS CEO Leslie Moonves, one of network TV's most boisterous showmen and champions, took the stage Monday morning for the first time since 2005 (filling in at the last minute for entertainment president Nina Tassler, called away for a friend's funeral). Bluntly bullish on CBS's prospects for the new season ("We're confident we're going to be up this year"), Moonves credited stability as a primary factor for the network's long-term success.
"It's great to be able to renew 20 shows. It really is. ... When you can do that, it makes it easier to launch shows when you're launching them in positions that are behind successful shows. Obviously, it doesn't work all the time [RIP, Vegas and Golden Boy], but it leads to a degree of being able to win year after year." Moonves suggested the streak won't last forever, pointing to NBC's fall from grace when it couldn't find new hits to replace Friends and ER. But given the lackluster state of so much of this new fall season, it's hard to imagine any rival unseating CBS anytime soon.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mitka
Move over, Eric Stonestreet — Jesse Tyler Ferguson has a new husband!
The Modern Family star, who plays Mitchell Pritchett, wed boyfriend Justin Mikita on...
Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn
They say the couple that plays together stays together. But husband and wife Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn love working together, too. On Monday, O'Connell guest stars as a rival PI of Romijn's ...