It's been an up and down the past few weeks for Veronica Mars fans. The future of the cult show looked grim but was momentarily turned around after network execs reportedly responded positively to new a direction for the next season. Then, word spread that the CW had picked up three dramas, making a renewal for the detective show unlikely.
Today, the CW released its schedule for the fall season, and--brace yourselves--Veronica Mars was not on it.
New to the schedule are three dramas--Reaper, Gossip Girl, and the newly named Life is Wild--the comedy Aliens in America, and reality shows CW Now and Online Nation.
Gossip Girl gets the advantage of following CW's top-rated show, America's Next Top Model and will air Wednesdays at 9 p.m. The show is a Josh Schwartz and Stephanie ...Read more
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There might be a Veronica Mars movie in the works! Well, it's still way too far off to really tell, but the rumor will not die.
According to EW.com's Michael Ausiello, actress Kristen Bell, who played the plucky titular detective, and series creator Rob Thomas had a last-second meeting to discuss the possibilities of fulfilling the dreams of the many Mars addicts out there--that is, throwing Veronica Mars onto the big screen.
"Kristen and I ran into each other, and we did discuss a Veronica movie," Thomas tells EW.com. "It's very tough to focus on it right now with two pilots on my plate. But as soon as I have any free time, that's my top priority."
Thomas is currently working with ABC on a ...Read more