Break out the marshmallows, because the Veronica Mars gang is getting back together again! Well, sort of.
Earlier this year, the CW closed a deal for a Veronica Mars digital spin-off revolving around Ryan Hansen's fan favorite character Dick Casablancas...
The CW has picked up four new series for next season, including Rob Thomas'iZombie and the Arrow spin-off The Flash, TVGuide.com has learned. The network also ordered Jane the Virgin and The Messengers.
Veronica Mars fans who donated $35 or more to the Kickstarter campaign that financed the recent movie adaptation were promised a digital download of the film upon its release. Unfortunately for many fans, that didn't come to fruition.
On Friday night, many users took to Twitter to complain that the movie wasn't downloading properly from Flixster. Creator Rob Thomas responded promptly on the movie's Kickstarter page.
Alright, marshmallows, we waited seven years for this — and it was worth every frakking second!
The Veronica Mars movie was filled with all the secrets, romance and yes, even murder, that we've come to expect from the franchise. But how did the cast feel about some of the film's biggest twists? TVGuide.com spoke to the stars and creator Rob Thomas at the New York City premiere to weigh in on where Veronica (Kristen Bell) ended up, who she ended up with and more.
[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from the Veronica Mars movie.]
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: