The "Veronica Mars" resurgence shows no signs of slowing down.
"Veronica Mars" creator
"Rob and I spoke last night," Pedowitz said. "The show might not appear before the 'Veroinca Mars' movie comes out, but Rob is very excited to do something for CW Seed."
The deal for the digital series is so fresh that Pedowitz had no other information. But because CW Seed is a testing ground of sorts for what might work on television, fans could see "Veronica Mars" back during regular programming in the future.
In 2013, The CW experienced it's most-watched fall lineup since 2010. With popular returning shows like
The other big announcement on Wednesday was that The CW has acquired the four-hour miniseries "Labyrinth."
The show, which stars
Finally, when it comes to summer programming, the network is taking a gamble on the power of magic with two shows: One from Penn & Teller and another called "Masters of Illusion."