Published on December 1st, 2016 | by Richard Boom
iZombie Makes Xmas So much More fun!
Chumplicious updated with new screen-shots, courtesy of Warner Bros! And remember that iZombie is based on the eponymous comic book series by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred!! Another win for team Comics!!
From the creators of Veronica Mars, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will present on December 7 2016, the complete first season of iZombie on DVD.
This brand new hit show is about Olivia Moore (Rose McIver, Once Upon a Time, Masters of Sex), a promising junior doctor, who is ready for a glittering career … until she is bitten by a zombie. Olivia goes to work at the morgue where she can maintain her new life as a zombie. But due to her new diet she is able to learn more about the dead… the brains she eats deliver visions! Soon she is the right hand of the police to solve murder cases.
Enjoy 13 chilling thrilling and funny episodes iZombie.
iZombie– Season 1:
Olivia is ready for the perfect life: she is at the beginning of a beautiful career, has a nice fiance and great friends … but then she is bitten by a zombie. While her friends and family think she survived the massacre, Olivia has to find her way as a zombie. To satisfy her hunger, she takes a job at the morgue. But with any brains she eats, she experiences flashbacks from the memory of the body and thus clues who is behind the death. Within a matter of weeks she becomes a reliable help for the Seattle police. Her brilliant and eccentric boss (Rahul Kohli: Eastenders) quickly catches up and encourages her in her new role and is fascinated by her condition that he wants to heal. Her ex, family and friends are less understanding and are kept in the dark as they remain clueless about her new life.
iZombie is loosely based on the eponymous comic book series by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred. The series was developed for television by Thomas & Ruggiero-Wright and executive producer Danielle Stokdyk (Veronica Mars) and Dan Etheridge (Veronica Mars).
Release Date: December 7, 2016
Running time: 13 episodes of 40 minutes; bonus: 30 minutes
Rated: 16; violence, coarse language