iZOMBIE at SDCC: Aly Michalka, Rahul Kohli, and David Anders Interviews

iZOMBIE stars share Season 3 details at San Diego Comic-Con International!

The cast of iZombie graciously stopped to chat with The Fandom and other members of the press at San Diego Comic-Con! The show, based on the comic of the same name from DC’s Vertigo imprint, follows the ultra-quirky adventures of an incognito zombie named Liv who takes a job at the county morgue and helps the local police department solve murders by eating victim’s brains and relaying the memories held within. However, there’s an awkward side effect– As Liv eats the brains, she also inherits the owner’s personality traits.

Liv’s coroner bestie Ravi is a hilarious member part of the show and in the upcoming season, he’ll focus on reworking the cure and the new dynamic now that Clive knows about Liv’s secret. Rahul Kohli, however, confesses he’s a much darker person and he’d like to see more darkness in Ravi’s storyline, along with more fights. He’s also got something to say about the Peyton-Blaine-Ravi love triangle!

Aly Michalka talks about her inner-child calling out to her at Comic-Con before diving into the season premiere and Peyton’s moral dilemma. She’s also got plenty to say about the Peyton-Ravi-Blaine tension and who she’s rooting for!

Meanwhile, David Anders admits that he doesn’t know the answer to Blaine’s big question, but there’s plenty he misses about the character’s old behaviors and fan reactions to the twist. He also talked about Blaine’s difficult choice between joining Liv’s “Scooby team” or Vivian’s darker, more powerful new option!

Check out our other iZombie interviews from SDCC 2016:
Rose McIver and Malcolm Goodwin
Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright

We’ll finally find out more about Liv’s world, as well as Vivian’s zombie army and their devious plans when iZombie returns to The CW this fall.

By Molly

Molly is a proud Canadian who is currently attending university in Scotland. She loves to read, write, watch films, and talk about Sarah J. Maas books. If not snuggled up with a book, Molly can usually be found tapping at the dance studio, or writing yet another essay.

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