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HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 12: (L-R) Actor Jason Dohring, producer/writer/director Rob Thomas, actors Kristen Bell, Ryan Hansen and Amanda Noret arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of "Veronica Mars" at TCL Chinese Theatre on March 12, 2014 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

I felt like I would be doing you all a disservice if I didn’t let  you in on this gem this weekend! 

I’ve been so excited for Veronica Mars to grace our television screens once again with new episodes. Anxiously, I counted down the days till July 26th, when it was originally scheduled for release – then it happened. A very excited text from a friend “Hulu has released season 4 of Veronica Mars a week early! This is not a drill!!!”

I hoped this wasn’t a joke. I hoped it wasn’t just an error that Hulu would realize before I had gotten home from work. Then as I pulled up my home screen…it was there!

True #LoVe doesn't require portrait mode.

29.6k Likes, 286 Comments - Veronica Mars (@veronicamars) on Instagram: "True #LoVe doesn't require portrait mode."

 

I’d be lying if I didn’t tell you that I’m already halfway through the 8-episode allotment of season 4, but guys, it’s SO GOOD! It’s better than the original because there are no limitations from cable television. It’s basically movie version Veronica Mars with a P-13/R rating and it makes me oh so happy!

Even better, in recent interviews Kristen Bell, aka Veronica herself has said she will keep on doing this show until Veronica is well into her Murder She Wrote Days. So, expect not only another season, but plenty more P.I. antics from Bell and cast!