iZombie season 2

iZombie Season 2 – So many questions!

The trailer for season two of iZombie has been released, and it looks like there’s a lot more drama in store. Last season ended with Liv using half the batch of Ravi’s untested cure on Blaine, and turning Major into a zombie to save him. She contemplated using the rest of the cure on Major, but they had an argument over the ethics of Liv’s actions before she could dose him. Blaine actually made a good point about keeping zombies fed – sure, he made a killing financially, but he also provided a public safety service. Keeping zombies fed would prevent them from hunting. Liv also succeeded in scaring the crap out of her best friend/roommate Payton, who freaked out and ran away after Liv beat the crap out of an intruder in their home.

Will Payton be back? Will Major come to terms with what Liv’s done? Can he handle knowing what she is and what he’s become? Will he ever be able to forgive her and can they move forward, either together as a couple again or separately? Will Blaine suffer any ill effects from Ravi’s cure if it works, or will he die a real death – and if that happens, will he have a plan in place to be resurrected as a zombie again? Will Clive find out about Liv being a zombie? How will Lieutenant Suzuki figure into all this? And what about the whole MaxRager thing- how’s that gonna play out?

iZombie returns to the CW on Tuesday, October 6th at  9pm ET/8pm Central.

If you missed it, here’s the official trailer – possible spoilers:

 

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