Calling All Marshmallows: You Can Watch the New 'Veronica Mars' Season RIGHT NOW

Cancel all your plans for and get yourself a Hulu subscription right now (if you don’t already have one): Veronica Mars is back, and no, it’s not just the reruns. On September 20, 2018, Kristen Bell confirmed that Hulu has ordered eight new hour-long episodes of Veronica Mars, set to premiere sometime in summer 2019. All three old seasons of the show are also available, if you need to catch up.

Marshmallows! This is a very important announcement from @kristenanniebell. New and classic episodes of #VeronicaMars are coming to @hulu in 2019.

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The revival takes viewers back to the fictional town of Neptune, California, where the local tourism industry has recently been hit by a string of murders of spring breakers. After one of the victims’ parents hires Mars Investigations to find their son’s killer, Veronica steps up to uncover a clash between the town’s wealthy elites and the working class that relies so heavily on tourist traffic. Here’s everything we know so far.

Premiere date?

SURPRISE MARSHMALLOWS! The eight new episode were supposed to drop on July 26, but Hulu decided to bless the fandom an entire week early. You can watch the new season RIGHT NOW. I can practically hear the theme song in my head now, marshmallows. *A long time ago, we used to be friends….*

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@hulu owed @kristenanniebell a gift so they gave it to her…and to all of you #Marshmallows! 😉 SEASON 4 is STREAMING NOW!

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Is there a trailer?

You know it! Here you go:

From this extended clip, you can tell almost all our faves are back and that V. Mars will be going after a serial bomber.

Also, can we please talk about how they got J. K. freakin’ Simmons involved? For those of you who’ve seen Whiplash or Oz, he’s def giving off that same villainous energy.

Who else (besides Kristen) is in?

As you can see from the trailer, pretty much everyone you love is back. Aside from Jason Dohring (Logan Echolls), we’ve also got Percy Daggs III (Wallace Fennel), Enrico Colantoni (Keith Mars), Francis Capra (Eli “Weevil” Navarro), Ryan Hansen (Dick Casablancas), Max Greenfield (Leo D’Amato), and David Starzyk (Richard Casablancas) set to reprise their roles.

What’s up with Logan/Veronica?

Logan is still hot—and still with Veronica, which means I can keep on shipping them with all my heart. Looks like he’s back from his time in the military (after being cleared of murder and getting back with our favorite PI in the movie).

But don’t expect smooth sailing (not that you would—this is the same couple that started out as mortal enemies). As Jason told US Weekly, “She’s in a different place than she was, and he’s sort of the balance to what she’s going through.” Although they live together, “she’s become a bit hardened by all the stuff she’s seen, and that creates some struggles for them.”

I have faith in these two.

This post will be updated as more revival news is announced.

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What is the Diamond Power of Veto on Big Brother 21?

Big Brother 21 just introduced the Diamond Power of Veto this summer. It was the prize that Christie Murphy received for winning the Panic Whacktivity Competition.

Christie was shown receiving the Panic Power during Episode 9 on Sunday night. It’s something that could definitely lead to her making a bold game move in the coming weeks.

What is the Diamond Power of Veto on Big Brother 21?

The way that the power will work for the summer 2019 season is different than the viewers will remember. To best use the power this time, Christie may need to win the regular Power of Veto first.

As Christie read out the details, it became clear that she has the ability to change a regular POV into a Diamond POV. With the Diamond POV, the Veto holder can save a nominee and then choose the replacement nominee. Normally the HOH chooses the replacement nominee.

If Christie isn’t the Veto winner, though, it means she will be giving huge power to another houseguest. It’s something that could be extremely interesting to see play out on CBS. Christie chose to tell Tommy Bracco about her power, but nobody else in the house knows about it yet.

Jack Matthews still holds Chaos Power

Jack won the Chaos Whacktivity Challenge and earned a secret power of his own. He has the ability to force the house to re-draw the players for a Veto Competition if he doesn’t like the roster. It’s not the best power out there, but it could certainly allow people to manipulate the player draw.

Jack decided to share the knowledge of his power with Christie and Tommy, which could be a reason why the trio has agreed to a final three deal this summer. No powers have been used yet this season, much like the powers went unused during the trending challenges from last summer.

Big Brother has CBS episodes on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

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Roger Ailes’ Son In ‘Loudest Voice’ Reveals Another Side Of The Fox News Exec

The first two episode of The Loudest Voice have followed Roger Ailes as he raised and cultivated Fox News from an idea in Rupert Murdoch’s mind into a full-blown cable news powerhouse. However, throughout the limited series, viewers also show how Ailes was as a father. Roger Ailes’ son, Zachary Ailes, played by Brady Jenness, is portrayed as a precocious and someone emotionally neglected kid. Although his role in The Loudest Voice is rather minor, Zac has championed his father’s legacy in real life.

Zac was just 17 years old when his father died in 2017, but Roger told Zef Chavets, author of the book Roger Ailes: Off Camera, that it was his intention to spend as much time as possible with his son before he passed away. "I never really knew much about my father’s life, what it was really like," Ailes told Chavets in an excerpt from the book published in Vanity Fair. He added, "I’m not going to be here forever and I want Zac to know me." The same excerpt also recounts a time when Ailes went to his son’s baseball game to cheer — and jeer — him on. Much like in the Loudest Voice, the excerpt portrays a stern yet concerned and loving father.

If anything, it appears that Ailes and his son Zac did have a close bond. And that the teen is fiercely loyal to his controversial father. Zac celebrated his father by reportedly using Roger’s funeral to threaten the many people who "betrayed" his father. According to The Washington Post, the teenager spoke passionately at a luncheon after his father’s funeral, referencing the women who had come forward with sexual harassment allegations against the former CEO.

"I want all the people who betrayed my father to know that I’m coming after them and hell is coming with me," Zac said. He added that his father considered all of the people who "hated him" a measure of success.

Zac may be threatening that "hell" is coming with him as he attacks the people who shared allegations against his father, but beyond that his current life trajectory is unclear to the public. He hasn’t been in the news much since his infamous remarks at Roger’s funeral, which is pretty normal for a teenager. Living in the pubic eye as Roger Ailes’ son cannot be easy. Neither him or his mother have commented on the most recent Showtime series that also depicts their home life as a somewhat contentious one.

In addition to the $250,000 left to him in his father’s will, according to the Daily Mail, Zac will also be inheriting full control of his father’s estate when he turns 36 years old. While Zac won’t be turning 36 for a while, that leaves him plenty of time to plan on what to do with Ailes’ estate once he inherits it.

After all, Roger didn’t start Fox News, his life’s most impactful work, until he was 55 years old, so he has time to figure out what he wants to do and just how much he wants to follow in his father’s footsteps.

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