Rent iZombie: Series 2 (2016)

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12h 52min
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Series Two's adventures into the zombie underworld deliver shocking plot twists, fresh corpses and a cheeky new culinary style for Seattle's favourite crime-fighting zombie sleuth, Liv Moore. She and her ex-fiance, Major, rekindle old love - but when a zombie-hunter finds a zombie in his arms, how long can romance stay alive? Liv's quirky genius boss, Ravi, struggles desperately to recreate the zombie cure. Clive's investigation into the Meat Cute Murders leads him closer to uncovering Liv's big secret. Crime lord Blaine is human again - though he still acts like a monster. And Liv's new roommate is the eyes and ears for an even bigger bad guy than Blaine.
This crazy, undead life is a lot for one heartbroken, brain-eating zombie to handle.
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Scott Graham
Voiced By:
Kristen Bell
Diane Ruggiero, Rob Thomas
Diane Ruggiero, Rob Thomas, Chris Roberson, Mike Allred, Kit Boss, Deirdre Mangan, Bob Dearden, Graham Norris, Patrick Schumacker, Justin Halpern, Sara Saedi, Talia Gonzalez, Bisanne Masoud, John Enbom
TV Comedies, TV Crimes, TV Dramas, TV Horror, TV Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Release Date:
Run Time:
772 minutes
English, French, German
Danish, Dutch, English, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, German, German Hard of Hearing, Norwegian, Swedish
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
  • iZombie: 2015 Comic-Con Panel Featurette
  • Deleted Scenes
Disc 1:
This disc includes the following episodes:
1. Grumpy Old Liv
2. Zombie Bro
3. Real Dead Housewife of Seattle 4. Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues
5. Love and Basketball
- Deleted Scenes
Disc 2:
This disc includes the following episodes:
6. Max Wager
7. Abra Cadaver
8. The Hurt Stalker
9. Cape Town
10. Method Head
- Deleted Scenes
Disc 3:
This disc includes the following episodes:
11. Fifty Shades of Grey Matter
12. Physician, Heal Thy Selfie
13. The Whopper
14. Eternal Sunshine of the Caffeinated Mind
15. He Blinded Me... with Science
- Deleted Scenes
Disc 4:
This disc includes the following episodes:
16. Pour Some Sugar, Zombie
17. Reflections of the Way Liv Used to Be
18. Dead Beat
19. Salivation Army
- Special Features

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iZombie: Series 2 review by Adrijan Arsovski - Cinema Paradiso

After the success of iZombie Series One, the show has managed to solidify itself as one of the more creative offerings in the zombie genre, providing constant entertainment set in a strangely captivating (but offbeat) world where the characters we’ve came to know and love are now put in even more dire situations than before. However, the creators still managed to maintain the same, weirdly Gothic-but-modern sense of humor all throughout the second installment as well, which keeps the tonal equilibrium steady in its place and allows for even more character development to be explored without ruining iZombie’s deliberately constant knack for gags.

iZombie: Series 2 features some of the most charismatic cast you’d see in a series; they can be tough, relentless, or even downright ridiculous at times – but these characters never feel like forced or rushed – and that’s where the real appeal of iZombie stems from.

Take Rose McIver for instance. Her Olivia Moore, given that she plays entirely different characters with each upcoming show, is something actors should take note of. In fact, she nails each and every character right out of the ballpark, as these characters greatly vary both in persona and mannerisms, ranging from the unsuspecting chef, the obsessed stalker, the crazed robe vigilante or even the stoic stripper. Yet, actress Rose McIver introduces a newly-wed nuance to each of these personas, making them as believable as a brain-eating zombie posing as another person could ought them to be. She’s just magnificent in her role(s), and that’s non-debatable.

Then, there is the heartbroken Major Lilywhite (played by Robert Buckley), who gets more to do in Series Two than he did in One. He now works for Vaughn Du Clark (played by Steven Weber), fulfilling his duty as a zombie assassinator (or assassin, not really sure). However, being the gentle soul as he is, instead of outright killing these creatures of the night, Lilywhite decides to lock them up instead. This puts him in a very precarious position, as now both the coppers and Du Clark are onto his tail, and it’s only a matter of time when Major Lilywhite will get caught.

And who better to catch Major than Clive (played by Malcolm Goodwin) and his FBI partner and also love interest Dale Bozzio (portrayed by Jessica Harmon)? These two make a great detective pair, as the somewhat quirky Dale provides an excellent counterpart to the occasionally stoic Clive. In the midst of all of this, Clive is drawn in a strange way towards Live, as he tethers between the notions of stumbling upon The Secret, but still not quite. And therein lies the second conflict in the show, will he or won’t he (hint: there’s not a clear answer, so you’re invited to bear along as long as you’d like to).

All things considered, iZombie: Series 2 is an excellent continuation from last season and offers enough fuel to keep things in a constant momentum and flux. Zombie fans, rejoice.

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