We've reached the end of season 4 izombie. The penultimate ep is a bunch of treading water where Major and Liv play house and not much else happens. The finale, like every season, jam-packs all the season's action into one episode: Liv is captured, Major/Ravi/Clive/Peyton team up to save her, Blaine and dad have yet another falling out and the zombie church attempts to storm out of Seattle. In other news, we announce our next two projects: Star Wars and Lucifer! Cheers.
We've reached the portion of the iZombie season cycle with the boring filler. This time, we're dealing with a dying teen girl immune to the zombie virus. In typical Rob Thomas fashion, this character/actor is reused in the new Veronica Mars; she's not super interesting in either. Hey, remember when Liv had a mom and brother? Are they in Seattle? Are they zombies? Hello... is this thing on?
Our iZombie binge continues into the middle of season four. We continue whatevering over some portions of lore and specifics, which allows us to enjoy this season significantly more than the last. Finally, FINALLY Liv has developed a personality and some agency as she takes over as the morally grey Renegade. Major and Chase Graves continue their irrelevant bromance, Ravi and Peyton rekindle their romance, and Blaine and his dad go agree on an arrangement. Clive has some stuff going on, but nobody could care. Cheers!
We're back to iZombie after our brief foray back into Veronica Mars. Alli is starting a brand new style of watching the show: embracing the binge style and whatevering the rest. With that in mind, we enter New Seattle, a zombie haven run by Fillmore Graves. It's a brave new world, where Liv can live and solve crimes openly. Ravi has become a were-zombie, which is a delightful addition. There's some fun lore, and some less-than-fun crime solving and romantic tension. All in all, it certainly can't be worse than last season. Cheers!