iZombie (TV series)

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IZombie (TV logo).png
Based oniZOMBIE
by Chris Roberson
Michael Allred
Developed by
Narrated byRose McIver
Opening theme"Stop, I'm Already Dead"
by Deadboy & the Elephantmen
Composer(s)Josh Kramon
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes58 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • Rob Thomas
  • Diane Ruggiero-Wright
  • Dan Etheridge
  • Danielle Stokdyk
Production location(s)Vancouver, British Columbia
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time42 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Original networkThe CW
Original releaseMarch 17, 2015 (2015-03-17) – present
External links
Official website
Production website

iZombie (stylized as iZOMBiE) is an American television series developed by Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright for The CW. It is a loose adaptation of the comic book series of the same name created by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred, and published by DC Comics under their Vertigo imprint. The series premiered on March 17, 2015.[4][5]

On May 10, 2017, The CW renewed the series for a fourth season, which premiered on February 26, 2018.[6][7] On May 11, 2018, The CW renewed the series for a fifth and final season, set to premiere in early 2019.[8][9]


Seattle medical resident Olivia "Liv" Moore is turned into a zombie while attending a boat party. She abandons her career and breaks up with her fiancé, much to the disappointment and puzzlement of her family. She discovers that if she does not periodically satisfy her new appetite for brains, she starts turning into a stereotypical zombie, stupid and homicidal. Instead of feeding by killing innocent people, Liv decides to take a job at the King County morgue and eat the brains of the corpses she autopsies. Her secret is guessed by her boss, Dr. Ravi Chakrabarti. Ravi soon becomes Liv's friend and confidant, and as a scientist, he is intrigued by her condition.

Liv finds out that whenever she eats a dead person's brain, she temporarily inherits some of their personality traits and skills, and she experiences flashbacks of that person's life. Those visions are generally triggered by sights (events or objects) or sounds (repeated sentences). In the case of murder victims, the flashbacks offer clues about the killer. Liv decides to use this new ability to help Police Detective Clive Babineaux solve crimes. Though she initially passes herself off as a psychic, Clive eventually learns the truth about her and zombies. Meanwhile, Ravi works to develop a cure for Liv's affliction, in the hope that one day she will be able to resume her former life.

Cast and characters[edit]

  • Rose McIver as Olivia "Liv" Moore: A former medical resident who became a zombie when she attended a boat party that was attacked by people who had just taken a new designer drug called "Utopium" while also consuming the Max Rager energy drink. She works as a coroner's assistant for the King County Medical Examiner's Office to have access to the human brains she must frequently consume to maintain her humanity and suppress her hunger. She experiences flashes of memories from the brains she eats, and temporarily takes on random quirks from her subjects and has demonstrated the ability to take a bullet to the chest with little damage. Through her visions, Liv uses her powers to bring justice to the victims and help Seattle Police find and apprehend murderers. In season four she inherits the alias "Renegade", eventually becoming a public figure.[10]
  • Malcolm Goodwin as Clive Babineaux: A Seattle PD detective, newly transferred from vice to homicide when the series starts, who gets Liv's help to solve crimes. Liv and Ravi initially claim that she is "psychic-ish" to account for her knowledge of victims, but he eventually learns the truth about her in the second season. With her help, Clive has solved many cases in an incredibly efficient and accurate fashion, hoping one day to be promoted to Captain.[11]
  • Rahul Kohli as Ravi Chakrabarti: A medical examiner, Liv's friend, and Major's eventual roommate. He knows Liv's secret and assists her whenever he can to protect as well as study her, expressing an interest in finding a cure for her condition. He used to work for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention but was fired for his obsession with preparing for an attack with biological weapons.[11]
  • Robert Buckley as Major Lilywhite: Liv's ex-fiancé, with whom she ended the relationship to prevent him from becoming "infected" by her condition. He worked as a social worker at the local teen center, Helton Shelter, in the first season. In the second season he was blackmailed into working for Max Rager, and he works for Fillmore-Graves in the third and fourth seasons. In the fourth season finale, he becomes the commander of the organization.[10]
  • David Anders as Blaine "DeBeers" McDonough: A drug dealer-turned brain-dealing zombie who dealt a tainted version of the experimental drug, Utopium, which helped cause the zombie outbreak. Despite being a career criminal and often serving as an antagonist, he is offered a pardon in the fourth season finale and the chance to be a hero; smuggling and supplying brains after the government cuts off shipments.[11]
  • Aly Michalka as Peyton Charles: Liv's best friend and roommate, who expresses concern about Liv's declining interest in life after the boat party. She also works as an assistant district attorney for the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, before becoming the Mayor's Chief of Staff at the end of the third season. Following the Mayor's death, she becomes the acting Mayor. (season 3–present; recurring seasons 1–2)[12]
  • Robert Knepper as Angus McDonough: Blaine's estranged and abusive father whom he turned into a zombie, and who tried to force Blaine to work for him prior to becoming one of Major's Chaos Killer victims. When the character returns as a regular in the fourth season, he becomes a religious cult leader known as "Brother Love", preaching pro-zombie/anti-human sentiment. Angus is ultimately executed by the United States military after trying to escape the city. Though he attempted to mend his relationship with his son, it deteriorates immediately prior to his death upon discovering Blaine manipulated and used his cult for his own ends. (season 4; recurring seasons 2–3)[13]
  • Bryce Hodgson as Donald "Don E." Eberhard: An associate of Blaine who becomes his henchman, and later business partner. Hodgson also played the character's late twin brother in two episodes of the first season. (season 5; recurring seasons 2–4)[14]


SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedNielsen ratings
First airedLast airedRankAverage viewers
(in millions inc. DVR)
113March 17, 2015 (2015-03-17)June 9, 2015 (2015-06-09)1542.51[15]
219October 6, 2015 (2015-10-06)April 12, 2016 (2016-04-12)1741.68[16]
313April 4, 2017 (2017-04-04)June 27, 2017 (2017-06-27)1601.37[17]
413February 26, 2018 (2018-02-26)May 28, 2018 (2018-05-28)1911.24[18]



Rob Thomas was approached by Warner Brothers to develop the series while he was editing the film version of Veronica Mars. At first he refused, but Warner Brothers was insistent, and he eventually took the job.[19] Prior to iZombie, Thomas was attempting to pitch his own zombie television series; when AMC picked up The Walking Dead, it was "so similar to what we were doing, it just killed that project", according to Thomas.[19]

The opening credits for the series are drawn by Michael Allred, the main artist and co-creator of the original comic book.[20] The series' theme tune is "Stop, I'm Already Dead" by Deadboy & the Elephantmen.[21]

On October 5, 2015, The CW ordered five additional scripts for the second season;[22] however, on November 23, 2015, the network ordered six additional episodes into production, bringing the season order to 19 episodes.[23]


Alexandra Krosney originally played the part of Peyton Charles.[24] After the series was ordered, she was replaced by Aly Michalka, and the role was changed from regular cast to recurring.[25] Michalka was later promoted to series regular for the series' third season.[12] Nora Dunn was initially attached to play Liv's mother; however, it was changed when it was realized that her character was going to play a smaller role than initially envisioned. She was replaced by Molly Hagan.[26] Rob Thomas has stated that this move was a financial decision.[26]

On May 22, 2016, it was announced that Aly Michalka had been promoted to series regular for the third season.[12] On July 21, 2017, it was announced that Robert Knepper had been promoted to series regular for the fourth season.[13][27] On September 27, 2018, it was announced that Bryce Hodgson had been promoted to series regular for the fifth and final season.[14]

Inquiries into Robert Knepper[edit]

In the wake of sexual assault allegations against the then newly promoted Knepper, The CW conducted an internal inquiry to determine Knepper's future on the series. After finding no evidence of misconduct transpiring on the set, it was announced he would be remaining on the series.[28]

The series stars Rose McIver and Rahul Kohli released statements following the decision, with Kohli stating he supported and admired the bravery of women coming forward but was unable to give his full thoughts at the time.[29]

On January 12, 2018, it was announced that the studio had conducted a second investigation. CW president Mark Pedowitz stated "When the past allegations came up, we were about two thirds of the way on the shooting schedule. The studio did an investigation. They did one investigation. The studio did a second investigation. Again, the investigation related to the set and his behavior on the set. They found no wrongdoing on the set. I supported the decision to continue going forward. Robert finishes up shooting I think by next week."[30]

The network's investigations pertained to potential misconduct on the set of the production, rather than the existing allegations. Pedowitz elaborated that Knepper had signed on for a single season and that his exit from the series had already been planned. While he made the decision to let Knepper finish out the fourth season, he reiterated he would not return for the fifth.[31][32]

Knepper personally announced his promotion in a video released at Comic Con; but did not partake in promotional interviews for his role following the allegations, nor did he attend the Season Four wrap party.[33][34]

Though he did not comment on the allegations, David Anders stated following Knepper's departure that while he had suggested the producers cast Rutger Hauer as his character's father, he believed the former did well in the role.[35]


Critical response[edit]

The first season received positive reviews.[36] Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gave the series a 92% approval rating, with an average rating of 7.7/10, based on 51 reviews. The site's critical consensus states: "An amusing variation on the zombie trend, iZombie is refreshingly different, if perhaps too youth-oriented to resonate with adult audiences."[37] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 74 out of 100, based on reviews from 30 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[38]

Amy Ratcliffe of IGN rated the pilot episode 8.4/10, praising the series' "casual take on zombies" and Rose McIver's performance as Liv.[39] LaToya Ferguson of The Onion's The A.V. Club graded the series a A- and stated the series is better for diverging from its comic book origins. She praised the series for having same quick-witted banter as Veronica Mars and observed it measures up well against Pushing Daisies, noting: "Television can only be better for having the voices of Thomas and Ruggiero-Wright back on a weekly basis".[40] Inkoo Kang of the Dallas Observer called the series, "dazzlingly, tirelessly witty" with an "acute attention to human relationships", and praised it as "the summer's most underrated series".[36]

The second season was met with positive reviews. It holds a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 14 reviews with an average score of 8.3 out of 10. The website's consensus states: "iZombie smoothly shifts gears in its second season, moving between comedy and dramatic procedural while skillfully satirizing modern society along the way."[41]

The third season received further praise with a score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 10 reviews.[42]

The fourth season has been met with further praise. It earned a score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 8 reviews.[43]


Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Rank Avg. viewers
18–49 rating
Date Viewers
Date Viewers
1 Tuesday 9:00 pm 13 March 17, 2015 2.29[44] June 9, 2015 1.45[45] 2014–15 154 2.51 1.0[46]
2 19 October 6, 2015 1.53[47] April 12, 2016 1.22[48] 2015–16 174 1.68 0.7[49]
3 13 April 4, 2017 0.95[50] June 27, 2017 0.86[51] 2016–17 160 1.37[17] TBD
4 Monday 9:00 pm 13 February 26, 2018 0.99[52] May 28, 2018 (2018-05-28) 0.74[53] 2017–18 191 1.24 0.5[54]
iZombie : U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode number
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research.[55]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
2015 SXSW Film Festival Episodic Diane Ruggiero and Rob Thomas Nominated [56]
MTV Fandom Awards Best New Fandom of the Year iZombie Won [57]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV: Breakout Show iZombie Nominated [58]
IGN Summer Movie Awards Best TV Comic Book Adaptation iZombie Nominated [59]
2016 Leo Awards Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series Michael Wale for "Zombie Bro" Nominated [60]
Best Make-Up in a Dramatic Series Amber Trudeau, Malin Sjostrom, Cory Roberts and Rebekah Bak for "Method Head" Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Show: Sci-Fi/Fantasy iZombie Nominated [61]
The Joey Awards, Vancouver Young Actor in a TV Series Featured Role 11-16 Years Sean Quan Nominated [59]
2017 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Show: Actress/Comedy Rose McIver Nominated [59]
Young Entertainer Awards Best Guest Starring Young Actor 11 and Under - TV Series Sean Quan Nominated
2018 Teen Choice Awards Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Rose McIver Nominated [62]
Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show iZombie Nominated

Home media[edit]

Complete season DVD/Blu-ray release dates Additional info
Region 1/A Region 2/B Region 4/B
1 September 29, 2015[63] September 22, 2016[64] TBA Each season release contains additional features, which include deleted scenes and Comic-Con panels.
2 July 12, 2016[65] TBA TBA
3 October 3, 2017[66] TBA TBA
4 TBA[67] TBA TBA Warner Archive claims that the fourth season "has clearance issues which preclude a Blu-ray release".


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