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6 Shows You Need in Your Netflix Queue This Weekend

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Photo: NBC

It is rapidly shifting from pleasantly warm to dripping hot here in New York—which means we’re on the hunt for summer TV shows to keep us occupied over long, steamy weekends.

You’ve obviously made your way through Arrested Development Season 4 already. And House of Cards? You finished it in one sitting. We got you. Crank up the A/C, stock up on popcorn, and add our obsession-inducing show ideas to your streaming rotation.

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New Veronica Mars Photos, MObama Joins Instagram, and More
The Kickstarter-funded Veronica Mars movie is currently filming and photos from the set will certainly have fans speculating plot points. [Huffington Post]
First Lady Michelle Obama is now on Instagram! [Perez Hilton]
Rebecca and Uri Minkoff talk about the importance of consumer interaction and being nice in the fashion industry. [Fashionista]
Blake Lively admits to trimming her own split ends, but is she actually damaging her trademark hair? [Allure]
The founder of Urban Compass shares his must-have health list for surviving a startup. From rooftop yoga to office-wide-meals, we certainly approve. [Q Equinox]
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New Veronica Mars Photos, MObama Joins Instagram, and More

—Geraldine

Envy Blake’s summer glow? Check out these natural summer beauty tips from celeb makeup guru Katey Denno.

The Veronica Mars Kickstarter Project Raises $2 Million—In Just One Day?!

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Kristen Bell as teen detective Veronica Mars.

After being cancelled in 2007, Veronica Mars, the cult-classic teen drama about a sharp-tongued high school detective starring Kristen Bell, is back! No, not as a series, but a movie.

Yesterday, the show’s creator, Rob Thomas, and Bell announced plans for a Kickstarter campaign to fund the film via crowdsourcing. Thomas had made attempts in the past to create a full-length feature following the show’s abrupt ending while in its third season, but the production company Warner Bros. wasn’t convinced. Now, five years after the show was pulled off the air, Thomas, Bell and a few other cast members have decided to take matters into their own (and fans’) hands.

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