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Want to catch up on Veronica Mars before the new season drops on Hulu? Don’t drop a chunk of change to buy the previous episodes unless you’re a super fan. Starting July 1, you’ll be able to watch the first three seasons of the classic show on Hulu. Even the slowest binge watcher has time to re-watch the old favorite before Season 4 drops on July 26th.
Veronica Mars was an immediate hit when it premiered on the CW in 2004. Played by Kristen Bell, the storyline covers Veronica’s fall from grace after the suspicious murder of her BFF. As the town sheriff’s daughter, she gets caught in the politics surrounding the investigation. The once-popular Veronica Mars is expelled from her wealthy group of high school friends at the same time as her father loses his bid for re-election. Now outcasts, Veronica and her dad switch their focus to solving crimes and running the family’s private detective agency. The show follows Veronica as she navigates the drama of high school in fictional Neptune, California while simultaneously working with her dad.
There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the return to Neptune during spring break week. Twelve years have passed since the series ended (five years after the 2014 movie reboot in which Mars returns for her high school reunion). The new season oozes authenticity as much-beloved series creator Rob Thomas and most of the original cast return.
Mars Investigations is on the case of a mysterious string of bombings and murders when Veronica comes home. All eight episodes of Season 4 will drop at once and will include original favorites like Enrico Colantoni, Jason Dohring, and Max Greenfield. New additions J.K. Simmons, Patton Oswalt, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste join the revival to spice things up.
Seasons 1-3 are available to stream on 7/1 and all eight episodes of Veronica Mars Season 4 hit Hulu 7/26.
Megan Southard is a writer, mom, technology enthusiast, and movie junkie. She dreads the day her kids have to explain gadgets to her and is old enough to say, "I was the remote for our TV growing up."
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