Veronica Mars is set in the wealthy, seaside community of Neptune, where the rich and powerful make the rules, own the town and the high school, and desperately try to keep their dirty little secrets just that – secret.
Unfortunately for them, there’s Veronica Mars, a smart, fearless 17-year-old, apprentice private investigator dedicated to solving the town’s toughest mysteries.
During the day, Veronica must still negotiate high school like any average teenage girl. Along with fellow outcast, sophomore Wallace Fennel (Percy Daggs III), she bravely maneuvers her classes, wary of former in-crowd friends, like ex-boyfriend Duncan Kane (Teddy Dunn) and his best friend Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring), and edgy outsiders, like Weevil (Francis Capra) and his P.C.H. Bike Club boys.
At night, Veronica looks after her former-Sheriff father Keith Mars (Enrico Colantoni) and helps with his struggling, new private investigator business. By sneaking through back alleys and scoping out no-tell motels with a telescopic-lens camera and her math book, Veronica attempts to uncover the California beach town’s darkest secrets, including who killed her best friend and Duncan’s sister, Lilly, and created a scandal that cost her father his job, his home and wife. Pushed to the edge of this multicultural, venomous little Peyton Place, Veronica Mars relentlessly continues to search for evidence that will clear her father’s name and get her back into the “in-crowd,” but what she finds may tear the town of Neptune apart at the seams.
Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars
Percy Daggs III as Wallace Fennel
Ryan Hansen as Dick Casablancas
Enrico Colantoni as Keith Mars
Francis Capra as Eli “Weevil” Navarro
Jason Dohring as Logan Echolls
key behind the scenes crew
Danielle Stokdyk as Executive Producer
Diane Ruggiero as Executive Producer
Hans Van Doornewaard as Co-Producer
Howard Grigsby as Producer
Jennifer Gwartz as Executive Producer
Joel Silver as Executive Producer
Mark Piznarski as Director of pilot
Neil C. Lundell as Co-Producer
Rob Thomas as Creator/Executive Producer
Stacey Fields as Co-Producer
9/22/04 – 5/22/07
3 seasons with 64 episodes in total
network and production companies
CW – Rob Thomas Productions – Silver Pictures Television – Stu Segall Productions – Warner Bros. Television