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Veronica Mars grows up, but will never get old

Kristen Bell’s hero is back on the case

STORIES DON’T REALLY END ANYMORE. AS LONG AS THERE’S earning potential in them, they get revived or rebooted or upgraded to multiplatform universes. Yet for every hundred unnecessary sequels and comebacks, we get one that transcends the whole cynical business: Black Panther. Mad Max: Fury Road. Twin Peaks: The Return. And now the fourth season of Veronica Mars, which comes to Hulu on July 26.

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