The Explosive Full Trailer for 'Veronica Mars' Season Four Is Here

The cult-favourite TV show is back — with the original cast, including star Kristen Bell at her sleuthing best.
Sarah Ward
Published on June 15, 2019

Tasers, telephoto lenses and a new spate of crimes terrifying the beachside town of Neptune: yes, Veronica Mars is back. Everyone's favourite pint-sized TV private eye is finally returning to our screens, all thanks to the show's long-awaited, eagerly anticipated fourth season. As played with the usual pluck and determination by Kristen Bell, she's ready to sleuth her way through a whole new mystery. Of course she is.

Due to release in the US in July, via streaming platform Hulu, Veronica Mars' revival follows its titular heroine as she endeavours to get to the bottom of a wave of bombings that've been blasting their way through her home town. The fictional seaside spot is quite the tourist spot — especially come spring break — and Ms Mars thinks that someone wants to blight its reputation.

After dropping a very brief teaser in April, then a short initial trailer in May, Hulu has released a full trailer for the series — and, as well as showing the no-nonsense Veronica doing what she does best, it once again features a heap of familiar faces. Her dad Keith Mars (Enrico Colantoni) and on-again, off-again love interest Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring) also pop up, as do her ex-classmates Weevil (Francis Capra) and Dick Casablancas (Ryan Hansen). Also set to make an appearance: returning cast members Percy Daggs III and Max Greenfield, plus new inclusions such as Patton Oswalt, Clifton Collins Jr and Bell's The Good Place co-star Kirby Howell-Baptiste. Oh and JK Simmons, too, as an ex-con who appears to be the new season's bad guy.

Check out the new full trailer below:

If you've been following Veronica's story for the past 15 years, you'll know that the TV series originally debuted in 2004, ran for three seasons until 2007, and then set a crowdfunding record to get a film off the ground in 2014. Next came two novels and a web series spin-off — and now, as first confirmed in September last year, this eight-episode revival. Break out the marshmallows, obviously.

The fourth season of Veronica Mars hits Hulu on July 26. Details of the show's Australian and New Zealand release are yet to be confirmed — we'll keep you posted.

Published on June 15, 2019 by Sarah Ward
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