Kristen Bell is set to reprise her role in a Veronica Mars reboot

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17th Jun 2019

Updated: Kristen Bell has taken to Instagram to announce the official return of Veronica Mars. According to Vanity Fair, all eight episodes of the revival will air on Hulu as soon as July 26.

“Attention all Marshmallows: BREAKING NEWS!!!!!” she captioned the video she shared announcing the news. “We are OFFICIALLY back in business!!! A new #veronicamars series is coming back, on @hulu !!!!”

“Veronica has always been a super hero without a Cape,” the actress continued. “And I think shes exactly what the world needs right now. Thank you to all my fellow marshmallows who stayed excited. Thank you to @hulu for the opportunity. I hope we’re still friends after I taser I you.” 

A photo of the cast from a table read shared in November by the show’s creator, Rob Thomas, also confirmed that Jason Dohring, Percy Daggs III, Daran Norris, Enrico Colantoni, and David Starzyk are set to star alongside Bell in the revival.

“From the #VeronicaMars table read. This is some indication of who is in episode 1. It doesn’t mean your fave doesn’t come in later,” Thomas tweeted.

iZombie’s Dawnn Lewis and The Good Place’s Kirby Howell-Baptiste have also been cast in the series, along with Patton Oswalt, Clifton Collins and Izabela Vidovic. For your first sneak peek of the revival, watch Hulu’s official trailer below. 

September 21, 2018:  Given the acclaim recent reboots have received following their return to our screens, it’s no surprise the revivals of some of our favourite series and movie classics continue to make headlines and news of the return of  is no exception. 

While it is yet to be officially confirmed, rumours of a  reboot have reached an all-time high and Rob Thomas, the screenwriter of the original award-winning series that ran from 2004 to 2007 and the 2014 film that followed, is doing nothing to squash them. 

Thomas has taken to Twitter to share a number of -related tweets in the last week including a throwback where he’s “remembering those glorious days of yore,” before sharing an article from that reads: “‘Veronica Mars’ Revival Series Near Deal At Hulu With Kristen Bell Reprising Role.”

If the rumours are true, Kristen Bell is set to reprise her role as the cluey private detective who dedicates her spare time to solving mysteries within California’s fictional town of Neptune. However, given that she currently stars in the NBC comedy , the revival’s filming schedule will be required to work around her current commitments.

Unfortunately, the series making its highly-anticipated return on the US streaming platform Hulu, meaning we won’t be able to watch it from Australia. But given the success the crowd funded  film—which rose over US$2 million in less than eleven hours before reaching a total of US$5.7 million—saw in 2014, we’re quietly confident it won’t take long for the revival to make its way to our shores.  

In May 2019, Hulu released a trailer for the upcoming Veronica Mars reboot and the air date new episodes will be available on the streamer – July 26, 2019. 

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The trailer is a treat for die-hard Veronica Mars fans showing a return to form for the attitude and taser-toting private eye, Veronica Mars (played by Kristen Bell). This time, Mars is investigating the murders of spring breakers in her hometown of Neptune, California, an macabre situation that’s damaging the tourism industry.

Vulture reports the series creator, Rob Thomas, who created both the original 2004-2007 series, the crowd-funded 2014 movie and the forthcoming reboot (the show’s “fourth season”), says the show’s new season is “hardcore So-Cal noir”, which is same vibe of the first three seasons and exactly what fans have been hoping for. Watch the trailer below:

Keen to watch the show in Australia? Check back in here, we’ll update this story as any Australian viewing details come to light.

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