I hate d all things zombie before I watched this show. The cast is engaging and has good chemistry. Season 1, Episode 8 May 5, 2015 Season 1, Episode 8 May 5, 2015 Liv and Clive investigate the murder of a morning radio talk show host who specialized in relationship straight talk. Explicitly seeks the sweet spot between Buffy and Veronica. The writing is as great as you would expect if you know Rob's work.
If you don't like blood and gore like me , look away or cover your eyes. This isn't your typical zombie show! Meanwhile, Peyton steps in to help Major; and Blaine issues a warning. The show swings from lighthearted to pathos in a heartbeat something that Buffy did so well. Several loose threads that the story writers can have fun with over the life of the show. I know everything about this show is cliche, but also being a Veronica Mars a marshmallow fan, what most reviewers are comparing this show to due to the fact Rob Thomas had produced also hey, I like it. Very entertaining with delicious subplots and connections that by episode 7 aren't too convoluted too distract from just watching an episode for a casual viewer but engaging enough for a viewer eagerly following each episode.
Very effective, and a whole lot of fun. I always do and never feel like I've missed anything. Meanwhile, Ravi continues his search for a cure; Blaine makes Liv an offer she can't refuse; and Major gets involved in an unbelievable situation. Season 1, Episode 10 May 19, 2015 Season 1, Episode 10 May 19, 2015 Liv and Clive investigate the murder of a journalist who was working on a story that linked psychotic episodes in a small number of consumers to a popular energy drink. Later, one of the victim's friends dies, which raises some serious questions about the case. In the opener, medical resident Liv Moore becomes a zombie and loses her ambition until she begins working at the city morgue to gain access to brains that give her sustenance and allow her to maintain her humanity.
Meanwhile, Major thinks Blaine's deli is not all it seems to be. She didn't choose it, she doesn't even like it, but she has to make the best of it. Season 1, Episode 13 June 9, 2015 Season 1, Episode 13 June 9, 2015 Season 1 ends with Liv and Clive discovering new evidence in the Max Rager case. Detective Babineaux seems an unlikely ally at first, but he soon becomes a good friend. Awesome, something fresh to the zombie genre. She also learns that her new diet enables her to experience a victim's memories that can be used to help solve the person's murder.
So glad that Rob Thomas and team have risen from the dead to deliver this smart, funny, crackling good time of a show. Season 1, Episode 5 April 14, 2015 Season 1, Episode 5 April 14, 2015 Liv reluctantly eats the brains of her murdered sorority sister to gain insight into her death. Rob Thomas is behind this and it has some of the feel of Veronica Mars. Her other family and friends are also a current displayed mystery relationships with her now or before she turned. Meanwhile, Clive questions Major and learns of a secret computer file that may help find the killer. The character development and plot arcs are good Major's is unexpectedly good , and all the principal characters get fleshed out well. As the show progresses though we the viewers slowly become aware as she interacts, sometimes against her will, with her family and loved ones pre infection, that her living life wasn't filled with a lot of 'living' and she is in many ways doing more with her life now.
Season 1, Episode 3 March 31, 2015 Season 1, Episode 3 March 31, 2015 Liv and Babineaux investigate a hit-and-run case and discover the victim was a hit man responsible for the murder of a tech entrepreneur, a case that Peyton is prosecuting. Season 1, Episode 11 May 26, 2015 Season 1, Episode 11 May 26, 2015 Someone close to Major dies of an apparent suicide, so Liv consumes the victim's brains to learn more and the result is a mix of reality and paranoia. Fun, quirky, imaginative there are plenty of crime solving dramas out there this one brings new stuff to the table. Five eps in, and it's already carving out significant depth and substance around its main characters, even the supporting ones. The probe centers on the victim's ex-wife and her new husband. Meanwhile, Major continues to get closer to the truth; and Blaine does the unthinkable. Do know that: - There is language, sexual content, and violence which gets quite a bit worse by the end of the season.
Excellent start to the series. Liv and Ravi investigate on their own, which puts them in a precarious situation. Defintely worth giving a shot if you haven't watched it. That's what the creators were asked to come up with, so that's what they did, and they did a darn good job not surprising, since they created Veronica Mars. But every brain she eats, she also inherits their memories and must now solve their deaths with help from the Medical examiner and a police detective. Then it pulls back again.
The main character is so clever and charming. . Her best friend at the morgue, Ravi, will make you laugh and catch you by surprise. For anyone that likes witty humor offbeat humor humor this is the show for you. I don;t know if it's the actor, or character interpretation, it really doesn't mesh. Can't wait to see what's next. Season 1, Episode 4 April 7, 2015 Season 1, Episode 4 April 7, 2015 Clive discovers a John Doe in the morgue is one of his former criminal contacts from his days working on the vice squad, but he refuses Liv's help to solve the murder.
I like the characters well, aside form the ones I'm supposed to dislike , and enjoy watching the interactions. Meanwhile, Ravi tries to help Major, who continues to believe that he's going crazy. I hope everyone loves it as much as I do so we can keep it going. Video quality is fantastic from Amazon. Season 1, Episode 1 March 17, 2015 Season 1, Episode 1 March 17, 2015 A zombie helps Seattle police solve murders by experiencing victims' memories when she eats their brains. They then pay a visit to Vaughn Du Clark at Max Rager headquarters. I would never let anyone under 18 watch this show.
Season 1, Episode 9 May 12, 2015 Season 1, Episode 9 May 12, 2015 Liv and Clive investigate the mysterious death of a former sniper who worked as an instructor at a paintball facility. After Liv consumes the victim's brains, she gains insight but gets very personal with Clive, which makes him uneasy. The case takes Liv and Clive into the victim's world of extreme sporting where they meet a professional snowboarder who is hiding a secret. Meanwhile, Major searches for a roommate, and Liv thinks he is considering a cute co-ed. It lures you in with attractive protagonists and a light approach to the subject, then just as you're underestimating it, it plunges you into the darkness they are eating brains after all, and those brains come from somewhere, and that has consequences for everyone involved. With her medical examiner boss and a police detective, she now solves homicides to quiet the voices in her head.