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All three seasons of “Veronica Mars” will be available for streaming on go90 under a new deal between Verizon’s mobile video platform and Warner Bros. Entertainment. (Verizon owns The Huffington Post’s parent company, AOL.) And if you are fan of genre series with badass female leads, you’ll probably enjoy the other offerings, including “Fringe,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” “Stalker,” Babylon 5,” “Almost Human” and “Believe.”
The free streaming service, which is already home to original programming, sports and live music, recently added the new network go90 Saga, an online hub for fans of sci-fi and genre TV. “Veronica Mars” was previously available to stream on Amazon Video until that agreement ended in January — which makes go90 the only place to grab episodes without paying extra for them.
“To be able to bring these seven titles to our users is a great opportunity to continue to double down on a genre that’s performed well for go90 and attract users who have been demanding these series or may be discovering them for the first time,” Chip Canter, GM of Verizon Digital Entertainment, said in a statement. “These series are a great fit for our go90 Saga network.”
Fans will have to wait until May to screen the beloved CW series, but full seasons of the rest will be available for streaming on go90 April 4.
And if you were wondering how Veronica Mars would take down the president if she had to, well, Kristen Bell has already thought through that one.