It's only one episode into the third season and, no, iZombie fans: you aren't the only ones already hoping for a season 4. During a recent visit to the set of the series, star Rose McIver openly talked about how much she loves the show's constant reinvention, and suggested she already wanted to know what season 4 looked like.
After heaping praise on showrunners Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright, McIver explained that even the cast don't know where each new season is going, and that as of the time of our visit -- she was about halfway through filming the season -- she hadn't heard word about the season 4 plans.
“I think Rob [Thomas] and Diane [Ruggiero-Wright] have done such a great job of including enough of the elements that we feel very familiar with,” McIver told ComicBook.com during a set visit in November. “I mean, the device of having a different brain each week and having the morgue and having the police station and these familiar things that make it feel like the same show — but reinventing enough that we don’t feel like we’re watching the same season again….I feel crazy lucky. We keep saying, ‘Well, what would season 4 be? What’s next?’ We know what we’re doing now. I don’t even know quite yet what we’re building toward for the finale of season 3, but I know that season 4 will be something new again, so I’m already sniffing around, trying to find out, ‘Where is this going?’”
This season, Liv finds herself facing down the very real possibility of the zombie population of Seattle being "outed" and touching off a war between humanity and zombie-kind. She's the one standing at the floodgates, hoping none of that happens, but there are people all around her who are threatening to blow the whole thing wide open.
Will it happen? And what side will Liv's friends and family take? Time will tell.
iZombie airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.