Critic Consensus: iZombie smoothly shifts gears in its second season, moving between comedy and dramatic procedural while skillfully satirizing modern society along the way.
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as Olivia 'Liv' Moore
as Major Lilywhite
as Blaine DeBeers
as Clive Babinaux
as Ravi Chakrabarti
as Peyton Charles
as Eva Moore
as Dale Bozzio
as Byron Thistlewaite
as Chris Allred
as Bailey Barker
as Calvin Owens
as Brant Stone
News & Interviews for iZombie: Season 2
Season 2 takes all the cliffhangers from the first season finale and builds spectacularly on them.
Season two was great television, simply put. With the performances, clever writing and action that holds emotional impact, iZombie isn't just as good and entertaining not just against The CW lineup... but against the television slate in general
iZombie is having a strong second season, with Rose McIver's Liv Moore scarfing down brains and solving crimes with ever-evolving gusto.
It's a strong opening that reminds viewers of the darkness so central to the series, while also emphasizing the relationships and humor that make iZombie so engaging and watchable.
Underneath the witty banter and crime-solving of iZombie is a darkness that threatens everyone as long as zombies exist. And considering it's right there in the name, it doesn't look like that darkness will be evaporating anytime soon.
Audience Reviews for iZombie: Season 2
iZombie is back for more brains in a delicious second season. As Olivia continues to help the Seattle PD solve crimes with her zombie memory flashes Major is blackmailed into becoming a zombie hitman in order to protect her from Vaughn Du Clark; meanwhile Blaine opens up a mortuary as a cover to continue supplying brains to the zombie underground. The show still has problems making Olivia a sympathetic/relatable protagonist. However, the series mythology gets a lot more interesting, and the characters are explored in greater depth. Additionally, the season finale promises a major change for the series that could potentially be very exciting. Season 2 of iZombie is entertaining and fun, but the show is still missing something.
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