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Yeah, it's an old show. I just watched the pilot today and it was an ok show. for some strange reason I thought this had a syfy element to it but I was totaly wrong. I found a marathon of the show on and have DVR'd it so I'm going to watch more and see whats going to happen

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My wife has all three seasons on dvd and its a great slueth detective show with some great twist n turns especially in the season one and two finale. There was talk of a 10 years later season four with a limited cast and they even did a half episode for the network that featured Walton Goggins of Shield and Justified fame thats on the season three dvd. This was a very underrated show that no one watched. There were so many actors n the show that have went on to bigger things later such as Amanda Seyfried and Kyle Gallner plus Paul Rudd was even in an episode in season three.

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My wife and I saw this show till the end. I didn't mind it at all. I think I quite enjoyed it to be honest.

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after finishing up season 1 and half way through season 2 I can say that I really like this show. I can't just watch 1. when I start watching shows I watch 2 or 3 at a time

Wait till the season 2 finale. Huge twists! Season 3 is good but not as stellar but you do see a guest appearance from a younger Paul Rudd.

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the problem is that when I seen a marathon of the show on I set the DVR to record. I'd never seen she show so I didn't know what to expect. after the DVR was getting too full I stopped the recordings. so I got half way through season 2 and "no more veronica" So how did season 2 end up? I started recording again and I guess I'm in season 3 now.

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Kristen Bell, Rob Thomas Launch 'Veronica Mars' Movie Kickstarter, Seeking $2 Million

 

 

8:56 AM PDT 3/13/2013 by Jordan Zakarin

 

 

 

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The cast of UPN/CW's "Veronica Mars"

UPDATED: The cult comedy, which ran from 2004-07, is looking to revive in movie form through grassroots support. In just a few hours, the project raised over $1 million.

 

 

Time for fans to put their money where their unending blog speculation is: If they want a Veronica Mars movie, here's a shot to make it happen.

 

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Since the Kristen Bell-starring cult teenage detective comedy was canceled in 2007, the devoted following has clamored for a big-screen revival. So far, it's been a corporate no-go, despite constant fan chatter, so creator Rob Thomas is making an appeal to the viewership to help fund the project. On Wednesday, he launched a Kickstarter campaign with the aim of raising $2 million in a single month, which would be put toward making the film this summer for an early 2014 release.

UPDATE: By early afternoon on its first day online, the campaign has raised over $1 million from nearly 15,000 backers.

 

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http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/veronica-mars-movie-launches-kickstarter-428291

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That was just the pilot they did for the network that they didnt approve so they had it on the season 3 DVD extras. The movie i think is picking up after graduation not way in the future like the pilot.

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The "Veronica Mars" movie, which raised a record $2 million in less than a day on Kickstarter, has earned a greenlight from Warner Bros., an individual with knowledge of the production told TheWrap. The go-ahead from the studio comes roughly 24 hours after star Kristen Bell and creator Rob Thomas launched a Kickstarter campaign to solicit donations for a big-screen version of the cult CW show. The two set a $2 million fundraising goal, but as of Thursday afternoon, the project has surpassed that number and attracted more than $2.7 million »

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