• 'iZombie' actor Rahul Kohli reveals childhood sex abuse: 'We are not alone and we are not to blame'

    The British actor says he was a victim of childhood sexual abuse. "The longer I keep my secret, the longer I feel like I’m protecting someone who doesn’t deserve it," he writes.

  • The CW Renews ‘iZombie,’ Orders ‘Charmed’ and ‘Roswell’ Reboots to Series

    The CW has renewed “iZombie” for a fifth season and picked up five new series, the network said Friday. Among them are the “Charmed” and the “Roswell, New Mexico” reboot starring Jeanine Mason. The new take on “Charmed” comes from “Jane the Virgin” alum Jennie Snyder Urman and was originally developed last cycle and passed on by the network, is described as a “fierce, funny, feminist reboot of the original series” and will center on three sisters in a college town who discover they are witches.

  • ‘iZombie’ Finale Postmortem: Creator Rob Thomas on Season 4’s New Universe

    Can zombies and humans co-exist peacefully? In the finale, Liv (Rose McIver) discovered that the Aleutian flu outbreak had been caused by zombies craving a bigger pool of brains to eat. It was a plan hatched by a Fillmore Graves executive who was trying to pull a coup over her boss, Chase Graves (Jason Dohring).

  • ‘iZombie’ Creator Rob Thomas Previews ‘Complete Reboot’ in Season 3 Finale

    The zombie apocalypse is nigh! In Tuesday night’s Season 3 finale of iZombie, the secret of zombies’ existence threatens to spill out into the world at large, as Liv (Rose McIver) continues to investigate the origins of the deadly Aleutian flu outbreak in Seattle. Last week’s episode ended with a bang, literally, as a house full of Fillmore Graves soldiers died in a bombing by a crazed zombie truther.

  • Stars of ‘Supergirl,’ ‘iZombie,’ and More Shows Snapchat Their Excitement for Comic-Con

    With Comic-Con about to kick off Thursday in San Diego, the stars of Warner Bros. TV shows are proving they’re social media ready with a new video.

  • Watch an ‘iZombie’ Season 2 Deleted Scene: Spoon Me

    A lot went down in iZombie Season 2, what with Liv and Major taking down Max Rager, Clive finally clueing into the whole undead thing, and Blaine suffering total memory loss after reverting to humanhood. One of the biggest arcs of the season was Liv and Major’s relationship: The two got back together in the beginning, even though she was a zombie and he was a human.

  • 'iZombie' Books 'Veronica Mars' Alum for Recurring Role (Exclusive)

    The casting reunites Enrico Colantoni with 'Veronica Mars' and 'iZombie' EP Rob Thomas.

  • 'iZombie' Star Rose McIver on Her Year of Firsts

    Every day, iZombie star Rose McIver eats brains. And for that she is profoundly grateful.

  • The 26 Best TV Episodes of 2015

    Great episodes are the ones that become a part of the larger cultural conversation, like Inside Amy Schumer’s “12 Angry Men” and the Jinx finale. A great episode can hook you into a show at the start by establishing a strong point of view, as the pilots for Empire and UnREAL did.

  • The TV Characters We're Thankful For This Year

    We’re thankful for plenty of things this holiday season… and that includes the supporting characters that make TV worth watching. Here, we’re raising our glasses in a toast to the funniest, most fascinating people (and dogs) we’ve spent our 2015 with. And if any of these standout characters are unfamiliar to you? Well, there’s your holiday binge-watching assignment right there

  • 'iZombie' Sneak Peek: Care for a Little Brains With Your Banter?

    You’ve come to the right place, iZombie fans — Blaine is serving it up hot. In our exclusive clip from tonight’s episode, “Max Wager,” Liv (Rose McIver) and Blaine (David Anders) are engaged in a banter that’s so Buffy and Spike we can hardly stand it. Not only does Liv make a reference to Blaine being unable to climb a set of stairs, but he’s all down in the dumps and binging. Zombie Blaine though — Zombie Blaine was the man.” Of course, we’d gladly take slacker Blaine over murderer Blaine any day of the week.

  • ‘iZombie’ Review: Eating Real Housewives

    The show could so easily be awful for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the gimmick of having Liv take on the characteristics of the person whose brains she consumes each week.

  • 'iZombie' Creator Rob Thomas Teases Season 2: Liv 'Will Not Be a Celibate Zombie'

    When the delightfully bloodthirsty, banter-y CW drama debuted last year, it was everything we’d come to expect from Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright, the team behind Veronica Mars. In Season 1, Liv Moore (Rose McIver) went from med student to a zombie coroner who ate the brains of the corpses in the morgue she worked at. Her transformation alienated her from friends, family, and former fiancé Major (Robert Buckley).