The Eagerly Anticipated Fourth Season of 'Veronica Mars' Will Stream on Stan From Tonight
Everyone's favourite pint-sized TV private eye is finally back.
Cancel your weekend plans, marshmallows. You now have a date with everyone's favourite pint-sized private eye. While the fourth season of Veronica Mars was due to drop in Australia next week, streaming platform Stan has just announced that it'll land today, Saturday, July 20, instead — all eight new episodes, and all at 6pm.
The news comes after Ms Mars herself, aka Kristen Bell, attended San Diego Comic-Con overnight Australian time, and revealed that the fresh instalments had just released on US streamer Hulu a week early. What's good for America, in this case, is also good for Aussie Veronica Mars aficionados.
Basically, if you're a fan of the show, then this past year just keeps delivering. First, we found out that the beloved series was actually, genuinely coming back for a fourth season. Then, not one, not two, but three teasers and trailers showed us just what kind of sleuthing fun we were in for. Now we'll get to see the whole thing earlier than expected — which couldn't be more different to how the original first three seasons were treated by Aussie TV back in the mid 2000s.
Why wait 7 more days? CANCEL YOUR PLANS – we’re bringing you Kristen Bell and the ENTIRE brand new season of Veronica Mars TONIGHT - only on Stan. 🔎🔎🎉
Story-wise, the fourth season sees Veronica (Kristen Bell) back in her hometown of Neptune, still in the P.I. game with her dad Keith (Enrico Colantoni) and still solving mysteries. This time, a series of bombings and a shady ex-con turned businessman (JK Simmons) are on her radar. As well as plenty of twists and turns to follow, expect a heap of other familiar faces in the form of Jason Dohring as Veronica's on-again, off-again love interest Logan, Percy Daggs III as her bestie Wallace and Ryan Hansen as her sleazy ex-classmate Dick.
Check out the full trailer below:
All eight episodes of Veronica Mars' fourth season will hit Stan at 6pm on Saturday, July 20.
Published on July 20, 2019 by Sarah Ward