The series, based on the DC/Vertigo series from writer Chris Roberson and artist Michael Allred, centers on Olivia "Liv" Moore, a high-functioning zombie who must eat human brains to keep herself from turning into a "full-on Romero." When she does, she gets psychic visions of the brain-owner's life, so she puts her unique challenge to good use by eating the brains of murder victims in order to solve the crimes.
In the third season, Liv has discovered there are more zombies living in Seattle than she previously believed. In fact, there is a private military contractor employing a small zombie army, and that army is preparing for the day humans learn of their existence. Major finds a job and acceptance in this army.
Liv and Clive investigate the murder of a zombie family that may just set off an all-out zombie-human war. Ravi’s former boss at the Center for Disease Control shows up in Seattle to investigate the Max Rager massacre. Blaine finds living as a human with no memory of his evil past is more blessing than curse. Peyton pulls at a thread in one of her cases that may lead to the villain that’s pulling all the strings.
This season, Liv will eat the brains and take on the traits of a dominatrix, a JACKASS-style stunt man, an office gossip, a pre-school teacher, a conspiracy theorist, a dungeon master, and many more.
Along the way, there will be a lot of corporate intrigue, some relationships tested to their breaking point, and a zombie speakeasy called "The Scratching Post."
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