Aug. 22 (UPI) -- Veronica Mars, the short-lived mystery series starring Kristen Bell that received a crowdfunded film in 2014, may return with a new season on streaming service Hulu.
Hulu and Warner Bros., the studio behind the series, are said to have been working on a deal for months. The deal will still allow Bell to star on NBC's The Good Place, Entertainment Weekly reported.
Veronica Mars, which followed a teenaged private investigator, aired for two seasons on UPN in 2004 before a third and final season aired on The CW. Thomas then directed a 2014 feature film that was funded through Kickstarter. The film featured Bell solving a murder mystery after returning home for her high-school reunion.
The series -- which also spawned two books co-written by Thomas and Jennifer Graham -- also starred Jason Dohring, Teddy Dunn, Tina Majorino, Chris Lowell, Percy Daggs III, Francis Capra and Ryan Hansen who all returned for the film.