The wonderfully bananas series about a zombie medical examiner, who also solves crime, is infectiously charming. It's maddeningly charming. The pilot of this series should be tranquilized, tagged, and studied for its charm. Yeah, we really liked iZombie.
To say we're excited about Rob Thomas returning to television with a female-led mystery series is an understatement. We cannot wait for iZombie. And we got all the details in our exclusive interview with Thomas and lead zombie Rose McIver.
We're looking forward to seeing Veronica Mars and Party Down creator Rob Thomas' take on zombie tropes with his upcoming TV series iZombie. And here's our first look at the leading lady as she gets ready to chow down on some brains.
iZombie was a wonderful and canceled-too-soon comic from Vertigo, about a secret zombie named Gwen who has to eat brains to keep from becoming a mindless monster, but gets their memories, and ends up having to solve their murders. And The CW has just ordered a pilot.
Veronica Mars is back and kicking all sorts of ass. At yesterday's Veronica Mars Comic-Con panel, showrunner Rob Thomas, Kristen Bell, Enrico Colantoni, Ryan Hansen, Tina Majorino, Jason Dohring and the rest of the cast reassembled to show off the first footage from the entirely fan-funded Veronica Mars movie. Plus,…
Dreams do come true! Rob Thomas, creator of the quippy cult detective series Veronica Mars has decided it's finally time to make that Veronica Mars movie we've been obsessing over for years. Thomas has launched a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of crowdfunding the $2 million budget.
In season three, Heroes seemingly went from bad to worse. Now, with Bryan Fuller deserting NBC's sinking flagship, we're left wondering: Can Heroes really can find Redemption in its fourth season?