Hmm. Coming at this from someone who funded the Veronica Mars movie kickstarter, I'm not sure I'm in favor of this use of Kickstarter. After watching the youtube video, it appears the movie was greenlit before the campaign was even launched. IMO, Kickstarter was designed to make projects happen that couldn't happen through any other method other way. Veronica Mars, for instance, was a dead series. There was *no* interest from the studios in doing anything else with it, most particularly a movie. Kickstarter crowdfunding made it happen. Here, they just seem to be using it as some sort of fan club. I don't mind fan clubs, but not really what Kickstarter was designed as. Nothing against the show. I saw a few episodes when they aired on WGN, and it was OK. I'm simply commenting on the use of Kickstarter in this instance.