Veronica Mars (2004 - 2007)

Veronica Mars (2004 - 2007)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

92%
100%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

WANT TO SEE

98%

Series Info

Kristen Bell (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) stars as the title character in this film noirish series. High school student by day in the wealthy, seaside community of Neptune, California, by night, Veronica is a fearless private investigator
Creator: Rob Thomas (II)

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Seasons

89%
Critics Consensus: The third season of Veronica Mars continues to highlight the show's simple brilliance, offering more of the witty banter and quote-worthy dialogue the series is known for.

2006, CW, 12 episodes

92%
Critics Consensus: She may have solved the murder of her best friend, but everyone's favorite teen sleuth still has plenty of high school drama and danger to go around in Veronica Mars' successful second season.

2005, CW, 21 episodes

97%
Critics Consensus: Veronica Mars is geared towards teens, but its sharp writing, excellent acting and thoughtful subject matter make for an entertaining and attractive drama for TV fans of all ages.

2004, CW, 22 episodes

Cast

Kristen Bell
as Veronica Mars
Enrico Colantoni
as Keith Mars
Percy Daggs III
as Wallace Fennel
Teddy Dunn
as Duncan Kane
Francis Capra
as Eli 'Weevil' Navarro
Jason Dohring
as Logan Echolls
Ryan Hansen
as Dick Casablancas
Michael Muhney
as Sheriff Lamb
Tessa Thompson
as Jackie Cook
Kyle Gallner
as Beaver Casablancas
Daran Norris
as Cliff McCormack
Corinne Bohrer
as Lianne Mars
Kyle Secor
as Jake Kane
Ed Begley Jr.
as Dean O'Dell
Charisma Carpenter
as Kendall Casablancas
Harry Hamlin
as Aaron Echolls
Patricia Hearst
as Selma Rose
Erica Gimpel
as Alicia Fennel
Steve Guttenberg
as Woody Goodman
Max Greenfield
as Deputy Leo
Ed Begley Jr.
as Dean Cyrus O'Dell
Krysten Ritter
as Gia Goodman
Amanda Noret
as Madison Sinclair
Laura San Giacomo
as Harmony Chase
Christopher B. Duncan
as Clarence Weidman
Jeffrey D. Sams
as Terrance Cook
James Molina
as Thumper
Patrick Fabian
as Professor Landry
Rick Peters
as Dr. Tom Griffith
Rod Rowland
as Liam Fitzpatrick
Alyson Hannigan
as Trina Echolls
Ken Marino
as Vinnie Van Lowe
Ryan Devlin
as Mercer Hayes
Jessy Schram
as Hannah Griffith
Carl Bresk
as Coach Preppernau
Lisa Rinna
as Lynn Echolls
Martin Yu
as Mr. Wu
Adam Hendershott
as Butters Clemmons
Kevin Sheridan
as Sean Friedrich
Matt Czuchry
as Charlie Stone
Linda Castro
as Mrs. Murphy
David Starzyk
as Big Dick Casablancas
Annie Campbell
as Molly Fitzpatrick
Tayler Sheridan
as Danny Boyd
Cress Williams
as Nathan Woods
Amber Ojeda
as Sly's Friend No. 1
Patricia Hearst
as Selma Hearst-Rose
Kari Coleman
as Mrs. Hauser
Jonathan Bennett
as Casey Gant
Natalia Baron
as Carmen Ruiz
Jeremy Ray Valdez
as Marcos Oliveres
Gil Birmingham
as Leonard Lobo
Kristin Cavallari
as Kylie Marker
Paula Marshall
as Rebecca James
Ian Brininstool
as Rodney Goodman
John Prosky
as Patrick Levoie
Roy Werner
as Barry Randall
John Bennett Perry
as Principal Moorehead
Amy Laughlin
as Holly Mills
Anthony Anderson
as Percy `Bone' Hamilton
Luke Fryden
as Peter Ferrer
Adam Bitterman
as Curly Moran
Paul Ganus
as Harvey Greenblatt
Adam Scott
as Mr. Rooks
Sami Klein
as Michelle
Jowharah Jones
as Yolanda Hamilton
Lucy Lawless
as Agent Morris
Lisa Long
as Mrs. Fuller
Jermaine Williams
as Bryce Hamilton
Albie Selznick
as Bill Gant
Joey Lauren Adams
as Geena Stafford
David Magidoff
as Jeff Ratnor
Shari Headley
as Vanessa Hamiton
Kayla Ewell
as Angie Dahl
Karenssa LeGear
as Cat Fighter
Matt Bush
as Billy Greene
Erin Cronican
as Security Guard
GiGi Erneta
as Mrs. Goodman
Travis Schuldt
as Connor Larkin
Bruce Nozick
as Sam Bloom
Lina Castro
as Mrs. Murphy
Rebecca Kitt
as Juanita Gant
Lucas Grabeel
as Kelly Kuzzio
Daniel C. Baisden
as Skinny Metalhead
Kevin Smith
as Duane Anders
Jeff D'Agostino
as Tad Wilson
Jack Sandvig
as J.B. Riley
Courtney Gebhart
as Natalie McKenzie
Michael Ausiello
as Blushing Guy
Paul D. Roberts
as Desk Manager
Jake Arnette
as Mr. Friedrich
Monique Coleman
as Gabrielle Polard
Michael Canaan
as Vic Sciafarra
Deana Tucker
as Sly's Friend No. 2
Aaron Paul
as Eddie Laroche
Ray Auxias
as Dime's Flunky
D. Elliott Woods
as Ernie Sayers
Nat McCormick
as Tad's Lackey
Matt Thompson
as Mr. Spivak
Inger Tudor
as Restaurant Manager
Tommy Snider
as Harry Greene
Aaron Ashmore
as Troy Vandergraff
Emmanuelle Vaugier
as Monica Hadwin
Fabiola Francesca
as Receptionist
Ameenah Kaplan
as Loretta Cancun
Steve Rankin
as Loyd Blankenship
David E. Willis
as News Anchor
Kip Martin
as Gordon
Jerry Zatarain
as Pan Wrestler
Christine Lakin
as Susan Knight
Alex Fatovich
as Waitress
Ray Proscia
as Ice Cold Man
C.S. Keys
as Agent Willis
Arturo Medina
as Day Laborer
Robert Clark
as Seth Rafter
B.J. Britt
as Rashard Rucker
Paityn James
as Arriana
Deborah Vancelett
as Sondra Bolan
Patricia Place
as Mary McDonald
Kristin Lundquist
as Marianna Mahnovski
Tristan Poje
as Government Teacher
Don Worley
as Judge Ferris
Julie Pop
as Patty Wilson
Tony Noakes
as Mr. Fuller
Eric Beck
as Dr. Levine
Ken Merckx
as Papparazi
Juan Monsalvez
as Mexican Cop
David Tom
as Chip Diller
Clint Carmichael
as Ron Sinclair
John Maynard
as Ned Applegate
Gwendolyn Oliver
as Choir Teacher
Max Bernstein
as Musician
Anne Tran
as Hotel Clerk
Katie McNeil
as Betina Casablancas
Sterling Macer Jr.
as Uncle Rucker
Andre Boyer
as Jerky Dude
Deanna Driscoll
as Distraught Woman
Lizzie Murray
as Blind Date No. 1
David Kyl-Brown
as Bass Player
Robert Dobrev
as Renny Demouy
James Joseph O'Neil
as Father Patrick
Angelica Bridges
as Sugar Jones
D. Elliot Woods
as Ernie Sayers
Ari Lerner
as Albert
Anne L. Nathan
as Blind Date No. 2
Jacleen Haber
as Blind Date No. 3
Kendall Rose
as Jodie Levine
Verina Marcel
as Enriquefreaaque69
Bob Nanninga
as Tattoo Artist
Curtis Anderson
as Guy Abruti
Rosina Reynolds
as Dean Harlow
Scott Knight
as Johnny Ludden
Carsyn Spencer
as Young Veronica
Bridget Hoffman
as Ellen Sinclair
Katie Mitchell
as Mrs. Manning
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