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IZOMBIE: Rob Thomas Confident Series Will Get Fourth Season [The CW]

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Rob Thomas Believes iZombie Will Be Renewed For Fourth Season

iZombie showrunner Rob Thomas says that he is “confident” that The CW will give the horror comedy series a fourth season.

His comments come over a month before the finale of the show’s third season, so it says volumes about his faith in the network’s commitment to the program that he feels “confident” at this early point. Talking to Entertainment Weekly, Thomas revealed that the upcoming finale had been subject to several cuts, some of which he expects to see in the next season. He went as far to say that he is “betting a lot” that the network will renew the series and “feel[s] good” about it.

Starring Rose McIver as lead character Olivia Moore, the program is based on the comic of the same name from Vertigo, which is a subsidiary of DC Comics.

CBR.com, the source of this story, shares the following plot information about the CW series:

Based on the Vertigo comics series by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred, “iZombie” follows the story of Liv Moore, a former medical resident who got turned into a zombie. In order to satiate her appetite for human brains, she takes a job at the Seattle coroner’s office and feasts on the cadavers. The show will air its season 3 finale on June 27.

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