iZombie may have announced that its fifth season would be their last, but for some cast members, Team Z will last forever. Rahul Kohli, Malcolm Goodwin, and Liv Moore herself, Rose McIver, marked themselves with the classic “i” in their show’s name. While this may not be the most newsworthy of stories, it’s still heartwarming to see. Five seasons are a good amount for a show to still have substantial content, without feeling like it’s dragging on. Regardless, as fans, we see everyone in their roles and stories and forget that one day they won’t be those beloved characters anymore. To see them dedicated to what the show means to them and us, it’s a sight for sore eyes.
Nothing makes me happier to see this small little show about zombies continue to gain popularity. It was absolutely horrific waiting a full year for season three and thankfully, CW has granted us with an earlier release date for season four. February 26th is looming and with only a month to go, we’ve been gifted with a teaser trailer that is exactly that: a tease!
If you’re a Blaine fan like me, you were most likely disappointed with the direction the writers took in late season 2. David Anders is well known for playing the lovable bad guy as Julian Sark in Alias and Dr. Whale/Victor Frankenstein in Once Upon a Time. For me, my introduction to Anders was from iZombie and Blaine quickly became my favorite character in the show.
Huzzah! It had been hard being an iZombie fan. Not only did we have to wait a year for the third season, but renewal for a fourth season took longer than some shows such as The Flash and The Arrow. But, today, CW announced that along with The Originals, iZombie would be returning for another season.
No Tomorrow was a CW show that took iZombie’s time slot for most of the year and was the reason we fans had to wait so long. Not to sound any kind of way, but No Tomorrow was canceled and the network executives seem to have come to their senses and renewed iZombie.
This means we’ll be getting more brain eating antics for at least another season. Make sure you tune into CW every Tuesday at 9pm to watch the current season!
This review is a little late, but that might be a good thing. Hopefully, everyone has watched season three’s second episode and this won’t ruin too much for anyone. Even though the threat of human findings out about zombies loomed over the episode, the past week returned to the “brain of the week” format we all know and love. Tragically, the brains were those of a father and teenaged daughter. Fortunately for us, Liv and Major eating said brains were hilarious.