Today is an important day in history. It was on Sept. 22, 2004 that the world was given the gift that keeps on giving, “Veronica Mars.”

Kristen Bell brought to life the titular character, a smart and sassy high school (and then college) student who worked with her dad at his private investigation office, from 2004 until 2007. The clever series lasted for only three seasons, but the cast was tight-knit and has remained that way since.

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Kristen Bell and Ryan Hansen starred in “Veronica Mars” together, and now they’re teaming up for his new show. UPN

That’s why the cast and crew always wanted to bring back the characters, and, in 2014, that happened in the form of a Kickstarter-backed “Veronica Mars” movie. Now, three years later, the actors still enjoy each other’s company and working together. Especially Bell and former co-star Ryan Hansen, who played Dick Casablancas on the series.

The duo are working together once again, this time on Hansen’s new YouTube Red show, “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes On Television.” The trailer for the series dropped on Friday, the same day as the “Veronica Mars” Season 1 premiere anniversary.

There’s nothing more fitting to celebrate that date than a promo video that features two of the stars from the sleuthing series. Whether this was done accidentally or on purpose is irrelevant, as either way, it still acts an ode to the true fans who have been following these actors since their time on the series.

The new show will focus on Hansen, who plays a fictionalized version of himself, and Samira Wiley, who plays a police office. The two of them are paired up in a new program that brings together law enforcement and actors to solve murders, hoping to utilize the actors’ unique skill sets to crack the cases.

While Ryan Hansen is the main fictionalized actor character, there will be a bunch of others joining in on the fun, like, Joel McHale (“Community”), Eric Christian Olsen (“NCIS: LA”), Jon Cryer (“Two and a Half Men”), Donald Faison (“Scrubs”) and, yes, Bell. It might be hard to tell which characteristics are the characters’ and which are the actors, but that’s just part of the intrigue and amusement.

With Hansen headlining, the eight-episode series is bound to be one of the funniest fall comedies and should be on everyone’s list of new shows to watch. Just watch the trailer and you’ll see exactly why.

Hansen and Bell’s real-life friendship really shines through in the fictionalized version in the show. Is that meta enough for you yet? The show often breaks the fourth wall, with characters sometimes looking directly into the camera and Hansen mentioning that everyone within this show is currently on a show. The explanation is more confusing than the simply brilliant comedy that is this series.

The one-liners, the scenarios, the relationships, the pop culture jokes and the characters are what TV comedy dreams are made of and make up the kind of show Hansen has always deserved.

Just trust that you’ll want to see “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes On Television” when it premieres on YouTube Red on Oct. 25.