TV Series | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
After her best friend is murdered, and her father is removed as county Sheriff, Veronica Mars dedicates her life to cracking the toughest mysteries in the affluent town of Neptune.
In an attempt to keep the struggling show on the air after its third season, Creator Rob Thomas filmed an extended pitch for the fourth season that advances the show's timeline considerably. Instead of being a college undergraduate, as she was at the end of season three, in the speculative season four, Veronica (Kristen Bell) has graduated from college and the F.B.I. Academy and is starting her first day as an F.B.I. Agent. The pitch contained a whole new cast of heretofore unseen characters, and, except for Veronica herself, none of the characters from the show's previous seasons. The CW failed to pick up this new version of "Veronica Mars", and the show was cancelled.
Stosh 'Piz' Piznarski:
I think that's 90% of life - just knowing the difference.
In episode 2.3, Veronica Mars: Cheatty Cheatty Bang Bang (2005), we see in the phone book that Wallace & his family live at 2414 Rialto Way, however in episode 1.16, Veronica Mars: Betty and Veronica (2005), Veronica (Kristen Bell) says Wallace (Percy Daggs III) lives on the corner of Pleasant Valley and Marigold.
The first season finale did not include the usual opening credit sequence. The credits simply appeared over an early scene.
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