The TV show iZombie has ended. The story about zombies and crime-fighting is over. There was a lot of excitement in the last episode. One character died, and another got a happy ending.
The iZombie show has ended, but we were all still hoping to see Liv Moore and her friends go on for a while longer. The CW show was based on the comic series of the same name by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred, and it started with an interesting idea: a zombie coroner who solves crimes with her undead abilities. The world of zombie-human relations is also explored in this show.
iZombie may have told us that death is not the end. But this season really was the end. The actors who play Liv and others will not come back next season, but maybe they will.
IZombie Season 6: Isn’t Happening.
It is a dream for some people, but sadly, there will not be the sixth season of iZombie. The show was canceled in May 2018. It had good ratings and reviews from critics, but it did not have enough ratings to continue. It is a comic book-based series that is different from other superhero shows.
The CW show iZombie wrapped up nicely. Rob Thomas, the showrunner, said so. He also explained that all of the big long-term questions would be answered. And it is not bad that there won’t be the sixth season because, for many years, it was more about solving crimes, and now it is about a zombie outbreak in Seattle and people fighting for their lives inside the walled city. If the show had continued, it might have jumped an undead shark. But it ended at a good time, and fans liked the ending. If the CW had decided to continue with this show, some things could have happened.
IZombie Season 6 Could Have Been About
The iZombie season finale showed the battle for Seattle. Now there is a way to cure zombies, and after an impressive heist and some tricky tricks, Liv & co. have all they need to make it – and so can people see that it’s possible. The episode ended with a flash-forward, showing Ravi (now head of the CDC), Peyton (now a DA), Clive (co-captain of the SFPD with Dale) on a talk show, discussing the last days of the outbreak. The virus has been dealt with. And people think that Liv died in the final battle. But she isn’t dead. From what I know, she and Major have come through with the original dream of zombie island – somewhere that those who didn’t want to be cured (because it would kill them, in many cases) could go and live happily ever after.
A sixth season of the show would have been a good idea. It could show how zombie island came to be and what happened to Liv and Major. How do people live in a society with zombies? There are too many brains. I don’t know where they’re coming from. Maybe there’s a secret, underground, undead zombie railroad? Some things could have been tied up in the final season to show what happened over the ten-year gap, like what happened to Filmore Graves and Blaine after getting out of the well. It would be really calm if you could see inside the well for just a few minutes.
The decision to finish the show was a good one. People can enjoy discussing what might happen in zombie stories if there is another series.