Next season will be the last for iZombie, Jane The Virgin, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The CW confirms

In advance of its upfront presentation—which is taking place in New York City as we speak—earlier today The CW confirmed what fans of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane The Virgin have been anticipating for a while: That the shows will end with their upcoming fourth and fifth seasons, respectively, as Deadline reports. …

An overstuffed iZombie manages to craft something interesting out of the mess

B+

Occasionally, iZombie has an episode that is so overwhelmingly packed with plot that it essentially throws out all of the show’s rules on episode structure simply so they can fit it all in. “Mac-Liv-Moore” is exactly that kind of episode; so many things happened throughout the hour that it is less an episode of…

A LARP-themed iZombie uncovers a weakness in the zombie virus’ armor

B

A lot happens in “Chivalry Is Dead,” but iZombie saves the biggest surprise for the very end: Liv tries to turn a sick girl into a zombie, and it doesn’t work. This seems to imply that some people might be immune to the zombie virus, which is a potentially a huge development. What this means for Liv and her smuggling…

Rachel Bloom guest stars in a murder-free, occasionally musical iZombie

B+

What a difference a murder makes—or, in the case of this episode of iZombie, the lack of one. For the first time this season, there was no murder case for Liv and Clive to solve and the result was an episode with room to breathe and, most importantly, explore Liv’s new quest to become the new Renegade. This isn’t…

iZombie's real love story is the friends Liv made along the way

B+

The most interesting part of the “Brainless In Seattle” two-parter might be the fact that it’s a two-parter at all. It’s a break from the show’s typical form, which prioritizes one case a week with its serialized story elements woven into that case. Typically iZombie only breaks that format at the end of its seasons,…

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