There's a show airing Tuesdays on The CW that I'm gonna need more people to watch so I can talk to them about it.
It's from the creative minds behind Veronica Mars, and it's got the verbal kick to prove it.
It's really not like the other zombie shows on TV, so chances are you'll like it whether zombies are your thing or not.
In fact, it's kind of like if Veronica Mars, Pushing Daisies, and Wonderfalls had a zombie baby.
A hint of darkness, a lot of humor — and a spunky heroine just trying to navigate the particular set of baggage life has thrown at her. More earnest than Veronica, and definitely a few shades darker than Ned the Piemaker. Liv's her own, but she'll probably remind you of a few others you've loved in the past.
The main character absorbs the traits of the person whose brain she's eaten — and she uses that to fight crime.
For real, the show's concept leads to some pretty interesting scenarios.
I can't even begin to explain what's happening in that gif up there, you just have to see it for yourself.
This is the most fun, quippy, and earnest a zombie show has ever gotten.
Her boss/friend is searching for a zombie cure, and she's trying to figure out how to keep living a human life while technically being dead.
This cast will charm your freaking pants off.
The main character's boss/friend and her biggest enemy are particularly killing it.
Charm oozing out of every pore — benevolent charm for one of these gents, menacing for the other.
And it's got guest stars that multiple fandoms should most definitely be drooling over.
It's getting better and better as it goes on.
It's our responsibility to make sure this fandom blossoms, because this cast and these creators deserve it.
And this show is just begging for more fandom action like what Veronica Mars and The Walking Dead have.
Plus, there are only 13 episodes in the first season, so it's an easy summer binge.
There's basically no excuse not to be caught up by Season 2.
Please be mindful of your spoilers in the comments.