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What do these nine juicy new screenshots reveal about the upcoming final season of The Good Place? According to our sources, the characters will DEFINITELY be standing around and talking to each other!! ….seriously, that’s about all you can glean — they chose these images carefully, knowing we’d be inspecting them. But do we really want spoilers? Of course not. Here are the nine images, all taken from the first returning episode, “A Girl From Arizona”:
Here’s a forking awesome way to spend an hour. The Good Place Comic-Con panel, the last there will likely ever be, is now viewable online. But in case you don’t have the required number of minutes available, we’ve plucked the ten most interesting factoids revealed by the cast and crew during the event. If you DO have the time, the video is embedded below.
Speaking as both a writer and a consumer of web articles, I hate the kind of piece that’s arrogant enough to headline itself with a command: who do you think you are, Mr. Internet, my mom? Understand that I would never use the device myself unless I absolutely had to. And in this case, there’s really no getting around it: the information is too urgent not to warrant anything less than a direct statement. You don’t want to watch this new season of Veronica Mars, even if you think you do.
When the Veronica Mars panel started at SDCC, we expected some kind of gift like a screening of the first episode of the coming Hulu miniseries, or the first two episodes. We didn’t think we’d get all eight. Neither did we think YOU would get them too.
Every month Hulu has given us a new teaser for the Veronica Mars miniseries. This marks #3, if you’re counting.
Ooch….this one hurts. The Good Place creator Michael Schur posted a notice on Twitter last night stating The Good Place will last just four seasons. The season that just aired was #3; we’ve got 13 episodes left. That is bullshirt.
Last month, we were introduced to Veronica Mars’ taser. This week, we get to see her use it.
A long time ago, a show called Veronica Mars and I used to be friends. The story of a scrappy, smart-mouthed amateur detective in a class-divided coastal community was well-written and made Kristen Bell a star, but people often forget how perilous its tightrope walk along the TV business wire was. The fact that the original run has even three seasons is a miracle.
Stay cool, soda pop. Last month we told you it could happen….today we can confirm it will. Veronica Mars is coming back.
We have Kristen Bell because we had Veronica Mars: a spunky teenage detective noir series that ran for two seasons on UPN and one more on the then-new CW. Given Bell’s well-known cheery-face persona by this point, she almost seems miscast as the sulking, deadpan Ms. Mars, but her talent showed through. The show’s meager three seasons catapulted it into cult status and launched her career going forward.
Note: I tried several times to do this with a dry, objective approach, but just couldn’t do it. Screw it, here’s my love letter.