After Liv transforms to a living dead, she manages to resist the habit of feeding on human flesh, but with a lot of evil around in the wake of the season, she cooperates with Blaine in solving murder cases.
Witty without being annoying and funny without resorting to obnoxiousness, everything in iZombie just clicks so beautifully - from its just-quirky-enough mythology to some truly gut-punch dialogue - that only the most cynical will be able to resist.
Underneath the witty banter and crime-solving of iZombie is a darkness that threatens everyone as long as zombies exist. And considering it's right there in the name, it doesn't look like that darkness will be evaporating anytime soon.
Season two was great television, simply put. With the performances, clever writing and action that holds emotional impact, iZombie isn't just as good and entertaining not just against The CW lineup... but against the television slate in general