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A long time ago… Veronica Mars’ original three-season run came to an end.
Veronica Mars may have come back for a fan-funded movie in 2014 and a fourth season on Hulu in 2019, but the original show came to a close 15 years ago.
For many castmembers, the series marked one of their first major roles, arguably launching the career of Kristen Bell, who starred as the title character and has since gone on to have an extensive career.
The series follows Bell’s Veronica, the daughter of a sheriff-turned-private-detective in Neptune, California, who takes what she’s learned from her dad and starts moonlighting as a private investigator for her rich classmates.
Seven years after Veronica Mars’ original run ended, Veronica, Logan (Jason Dohring), Wallace (Percy Daggs III), Weevil (Francis Capra), Dick (Ryan Hansen), Keith (Enrico Colantoni) and more of the show’s cast reunited for a crowd-funded movie. Over 90,000 fans raised $5.7 million, nearly tripling creator Rob Thomas’ ask of $2 million for the film that would take place 10 years after the events of season three.
Once the Veronica Mars movie hit theaters, fans wanted more, so Thomas, Bell and most of the original cast returned to Neptune for a fourth season at Hulu. The new season highlighted the class divide in the California beach town that ran throughout the original series run, this time pitting the town’s wealth “09ers” against the working-class residents.
In honor of the 15th anniversary of season three (the end of the original run), The Hollywood Reporter looks at what some of the main cast has been up to since the show wrapped its original run in 2007.
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