SUPERNATURAL Photos: Doubts About the British Men of Letters

Mary is going to start feeling uneasy about the British Men of Letters on an upcoming episode of SUPERNATURAL.

In “Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes”, Mary is starting to realize that working with the British Men of Letters may not have been the best idea. But the big question is: will they turn against her and try to kill her and/or her sons? And if they do, will the Winchester matriarch band together with her boys to try and take the Brits down?

Elsewhere in this episode, Alicia Banes (guest star Kara Royster) from the early season 12 episode “Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox” calls Mary for help after her mother, Tasha (guest star Alvina August), goes missing. But it’s Sam who answers Mary’s phone and when he learns what’s going on he and Dean head out to help Alicia and her twin brother, Max (guest star Kendrick Sampson), find their mother who was hunting a powerful witch.

Browse through photos below for the May 4 episode of SUPERNATURAL airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

The CW Teasers: A SUPERNATURAL Finale, A SUPERGIRL Return and More


The SUPERNATURAL season finale is airing the week of May 15 on The CW. Meanwhile, Cat Grant is returning to SUPERGIRL, Darnley goes against his wife on REIGN, Black Siren returns on ARROW and much more.

Monday, May 15

SUPERGIRL 2.21 “Resist”: Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) grapples with whether or not to obey the President’s (guest star Lynda Carter) orders regarding Rhea’s (guest star Teri Hatcher) latest actions. Meanwhile, Cat Grant (Calista Flockhart) returns to National City. Millicent Shelton directed the episode written by Jessica Queller & Derek Simon.

JANE THE VIRGIN 3.19 “Chapter Sixty-Three”: Jane (Gina Rodriguez) and Fabian (guest star Francisco San Martin) are not on the same page when it comes to their relationship, which makes it hard for Jane to ask him for a favor. Petra (Yael Grobglas) and Rafael (Justin Baldoni) both turn to Jane for advice, but Jane is determined not to get involved. Meanwhile, Jane volunteers to help Xo (Andrea Navedo) and Rogelio (Jaime Camil), but might have bitten off more than she can chew. Ivonne Coll also stars. Gina Lamar directed the episode written by Paul Sciarrotta.

Tuesday, May 16

THE FLASH 3.22 “Infantino Street”: With only 24 hours left until Savitar murders Iris (Candice Patton), Barry (Grant Gustin) struggles to save the woman he loves and makes the choice to use any means necessary to do so. Realizing he has one option left to save her, The Flash turns to Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) for help. Michael Allowitz directed the episode with story by Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Grainne Godfree.

iZOMBIE 3.07 “Dirt Nap Time”: — When Liv (Rose McIver) and Clive (Malcolm
Goodwin) work together to solve the murder of a very charming, but womanizing, preschool
teacher, things get interesting when they bring his jealous girlfriend Piper (guest star Shenae
Grimes) in for questioning. Meanwhile, Peyton (Aly Michalka) is assigned a very interesting case.
Lastly, Blaine (David Anders) finds himself in a bad situation. Rahul Kohli also stars. Michael
Fields directed the episode written by Deirdre Mangan.

Wednesday, May 17

ARROW 5.22 “Missing”: Black Siren (guest star Katie Cassidy) returns to help Chase (Josh Segarra). Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) organizes a birthday party for Oliver (Stephen Amell) while Lance (Paul Blackthorne) is furious after Rene (Rick Gonzalez) misses the custody hearing for his daughter. Mairzee Almas directed the episode written by Speed Weed & Oscar Balderrama.

THE 100 4.12 “The Chosen”: Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) disagree over how to handle their grim reality. Meanwhile, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) leads a group to save a friend. Bob Morley, Paige Turco, Marie Avgeropoulos, Devon Bostick, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin, Richard Harmon, Zach McGowan also star. Alex Kalymnios directed the episode written by Aaron Ginsburg & Wade McIntrye.

Thursday, May 18

SUPERNATURAL 12.22 “Who We Are”: Caught in a dangerous situation, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) only have each other to rely on. Meanwhile, the fight between the American Hunters and the British Hunters comes to a head. John Showalter directed the episode written by Robert Berens.

SUPERNATURAL 12.23 “All Along the Watchtower” (Season Finale): Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) battles Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Castiel (Misha Collins) for control of his unborn child. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb.

Friday, May 19

REIGN 4.14 “Coup de Grace”: Darnley (Will Kemp) teams up with John Knox (Jonathan Goad) to strip Mary (Adelaide Kane) of her throne, which will leave a close friend of Mary’s dead. Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) must banish Gideon (Ben Geurens) from court at the request of her future husband (guest star Steve Byers), while Charles (Spencer MacPherson) takes a bold stance against his brother Henri (guest star Nick Slater). Dan Jeannotte, Celina Sinden, Megan Follows, Craig Parker and Rose Williams star. Megan Follows directed the episode written by John J. Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart.

SUPERNATURAL Sneak Peek: Castiel Returns With a Plan


Castiel returns from Heaven in this week’s SUPERNATURAL and he’s come equipped with a new plan to deal with Kelly and her devil spawn.

We begin this week’s episode with the Winchester brothers discussing the nephilim situation. Apparently Sam has been digging into the research and learned that nephilims don’t need 9 months of gestation. In fact, he predicts that the child will be born on May 18 — which just so happens to be the night of the SUPERNATURAL two-hour season finale (coincidence, isn’t it?).

However, Sam and Dean still aren’t entirely sure what they’ll do with the baby once it’s born. Can they kill it? Do they have to? Enter Cas, who has returned from his little side trip back to angel land (where the phone reception is terrible, by the way). Will his plans for Kelly clash with those of the Winchesters? Only time will tell.

Related: Browse through photos for this episode of SUPERNATURAL

Don’t miss an all new episode of SUPERNATURAL on Thursday, April 27 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

THE 100 Sneak Peek: Fight to Live or Fight to Die

the 100

After a month long break, THE 100 finally returns tonight with the episode “DNR,” which stands for the acronym and medical term “do not resuscitate.” This week’s episode is written by Miranda Kwok, a newcomer to the series who will also be back next year, and directed by Mairzee Almas. And as we’ll soon find out, there’s a whole lot in the world of Skaikru that could use resuscitating.

When we last saw the gang, Jaha, Monty, Kane and Indra had just discovered a secret Second Dawn bunker in Polis where 1200 people can gather to ride out the coming apocalypse. It’s quite a blessing after a number of setbacks have left them with no other options for survival. Only problem is that Clarke has already formed an alliance with King Roan and Azgeda, one which Trikru says they absolutely won’t allow. It’s now everyone for themselves and may the best clan win.

Related: The CW announces season finale dates for its 2016-2017 shows

Meanwhile, not everyone is so excited to spend the next five years trapped within six walls again, particularly those who have already spent most of their lives on the Ark. Jasper, Harper and a number of others in what’s left of Arkadia lock themselves in a room, refusing to go and find refuge at Polis. Monty will have to try and convince them that it’s better to go and fight for their lives then stay and die.

At Becca’s lab, Raven has started hallucinating that the scientist and first commander is there and speaking to her. Maybe Becca will have the answers that will save them or this could be a sign that Raven’s mental state is getting much worse. Hopefully, Murphy and Emori are around and able to help her out.

Watch some sneak peeks from the new episode below. THE 100 airs tonight (April 26) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

The CW Teasers: A Return on SUPERNATURAL, A RIVERDALE Finale and More


RIVERDALE’s first season is coming to an end on The CW the week of May 8, but the show has already been renewed for a second season. In addition, Lady Toni Bevell is returning to SUPERNATURAL to go head-to-head with Mary Winchester and Adrian Chase continues to torment Oliver on ARROW. Plus, Matt Davis is making a guest appearance on THE ORIGINALS.

Monday, May 8

SUPERGIRL 2.20 “City of Lost Children”: When an alien attacks National City, Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) and the DEO learn the alien is a Phorian, an otherwise peaceful race with telekinetic powers. Guardian (Mehcad Brooks) gets a lead on the Phorian’s address but instead of finding the culprit, he finds a very scared boy named Marcus (guest star Lonnie Chavis). Marcus will only trust James so it is up to Guardian to stop the attacks on the city. Rhea’s (Teri Hatcher) plan escalates. Ben Bray directed the episode with story by Robert Rovner and teleplay by Gabriel Llanas & Anna Musky-Goldwyn.

JANE THE VIRGIN 3.18 “Chapter Sixty-Two”: Jane (Gina Rodriguez) has to learn how to handle her new love life, especially when the guy she is dating introduces her to his grandmother. Petra (Yael Grobglas) learns some interesting information about Chuck (guest star Johnny Messner). Xo (Andrea Navedo) and Rogelio (Jaime Camil) are eager to share their news with Jane, but want to try to take her feelings into consideration. Meanwhile, when Mateo starts asking questions, Jane and Rafael (Justin Baldoni) are forced to sit down with him and explain how their family came to be. Ivonne Coll also stars. Fernando Sariñana directed the episode written by Jessica O’Toole & Amy Rardin & David S. Rosenthal.

Tuesday, May 9

THE FLASH 3.21 “Cause and Effect”: Barry (Grant Gustin) takes drastic measures to stop Savitar. Meanwhile, H.R. (Tom Cavanagh) continues to push Tracy Brand (guest star Anne Dudek) to design the trap for Savitar and Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) returns with an interesting proposal. David McWhirter directed the episode written by Judalina Neira & Lauren Certo.

iZOMBIE 3.06 “Some Like it Hot Mess”: To help Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) solve the murder of an irresponsible narcissist, Liv (Rose McIver) consumes her brain and literally becomes a hot mess. Meanwhile, Peyton (Aly Michalka) learns some shocking news. Lastly, Ravi (Rahul Kohli) experiences a major setback. Rico Colantoni directed the episode written by John Enbom.

Wednesday, May 10

ARROW 5.21 “Honor Thy Fathers”: Oliver (Stephen Amell) returns to the mayor’s office and faces one of his most pressing issues yet – the forced release of dozens of violent criminals prosecuted by Adrian Chase (Josh Segarra). Meanwhile, a crate is delivered to Oliver’s office containing a mysterious corpse encased in concrete. Laura Belsey directed the episode written by Marc Guggenheim & Sarah Tarkoff.

THE 100 4.11 “The Other Side”: Clarke (Eliza Taylor) faces the consequences of her fateful choice. Bob Morley, Paige Turco, Marie Avgeropoulos, Devon Bostick, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin, Richard Harmon, Zach McGowan, Isaiah Washington and Henry Ian Cusick also star. Henry Ian Cusick directed the episode written by Julie Benson & Shawna Benson.

Thursday, May 11

SUPERNATURAL 12.21 “There’s Something About Mary”: Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are alarmed when they learn hunters are being killed by suspicious “accidents” all over the country. They decide it is best to find Mary (guest star Samantha Smith) and make sure she’s safe. Meanwhile, Toni (guest star Elizabeth Blackmore) is back in the states and she and Mary face off. PJ Pesce directed the episode written by Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming.

RIVERDALE 1.13 “Chapter Thirteen: The Sweet Hereafter” (Season Finale): Archie (KJ Apa) and Veronica (Camila Mendes) continue to grow closer. Betty (Lili Reinhart) is tired of her family acting as if nothing has happened and confronts her mother. Jughead (Cole Sprouse) finds himself in an unexpected situation, leaving Archie and the gang scrambling. Hermione (Marisol Nichols) makes Fred (Luke Perry) an offer that seems too good to be true. Meanwhile, the truth about Blossom’s family business is revealed leaving Cheryl (Madelain Petsch) to take matters into her own hands. Madchen Amick and Ashleigh Murray also star. Lee Toland Krieger directed the episode written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

Friday, May 12

THE ORIGINALS 4.08 “Voodoo in My Blood”: After being summoned by the ancestors, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) and Klaus (Joseph Morgan) travel to the ancestral world and come face to face with Davina (guest star Danielle Campbell), Klaus’ former foe and the one person who holds the secrets to The Hollow’s demise. Meanwhile, old wounds are re-opened when Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) are forced into an uneasy alliance. Together, they meet with Alaric (guest star Matt Davis) who has tracked down a crucial artifact that could help in their fight against The Hollow. John Hyams directed the episode written by Talicia Raggs & Christopher Hollier.

REIGN 4.12 “The Shakedown”: After a tragic earthquake hits Scotland, Mary (Adelaide Kane) must face John Knox (Jonathan Goad) amidst claims that she isn’t coming to the aid of her people. Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) takes drastic measures after she is discovered with Gideon (Ben Geurens), while Charles (Spencer MacPherson) makes a decision that backfires. Dan Jeannotte, Celina Sinden, Megan Follows, Craig Parker, Ben Geurens, Rose Williams and Will Kemp also star. Norma Bailey directed the episode written by Patti Carr and Lara Olsen.

The CW Announces Season Finale Dates: SUPERNATURAL, ARROW, THE 100 and More


It may still be winter for many people, but The CW is already looking ahead to the end of the 2017-2018 season, which will take place in late Spring. The network has announced the May and June finale dates for its fall and midseason shows.

THE VAMPIRE DIARIES has already aired its series finale, but there’s plenty more shows that will be airing their season finales in a few months.

RIVERDALE – Thursday, May 11 at 9:00 p.m.
SUPERNATURAL (back-to-back episodes) – Thursday, May 18 from 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
SUPERGIRL – Monday, May 22 at 8:00 p.m.
JANE THE VIRGIN – Monday, May 22 at 9:00 p.m.
THE FLASH – Tuesday, May 23 at 8:00 p.m.
ARROW – Wednesday, May 24 at 8:00 p.m.
THE 100 – Wednesday, May 24 at 9:00 p.m.
REIGN – Friday, June 16 at 9:00 p.m.
THE ORIGINALS – Friday, June 23 at 8:00 p.m.
iZOMBIE – Tuesday, June 27 at 9:00 p.m.

SUPERNATURAL Photos: A New Plan to Deal With the Nephilim

Lucifer’s baby has become a problem on SUPERNATURAL. Even though the child has yet to be born, the threat of its impending existence is striking fear in the hearts of our heroes.

In a late April episode of the show, Castiel returns from Heaven with a new plan. First, Sam comes up with a way to stop Lucifer’s baby, but Castiel has something else in mind to deal with Kelly and the nephilim. Kelly, meanwhile, seems tired of being controlled by the forces of Heaven and Hell and makes her own bold choice about the baby’s future.

Elsewhere in the episode, Dean is furious when he discovers that someone has stolen the colt.

Browse through photos below for the April 27 episode of SUPERNATURAL airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.











iZOMBIE Preview: Peyton’s Friendship With Blaine Grows and Liv Gets Zen


Clive and Liv investigation the death of a lifestyle guru in this week’s iZOMBIE, causing Liv to take a zen approach to life after eating the victim’s brains.

Elsewhere in the episode, Peyton and Blaine grow even closer. Expect to see Peyton meeting with Blaine’s father tonight. During a visit to the set Aly Michalka said that this encounter will help Peyton understand why Blaine was the type of man he used to be: “We do have a scene with me and Blaine’s father and Blaine. But he’s not really using me against Blaine. I think it’s me being able to see Blaine’s past and the childhood he probably came up in. And by finding that out, [Peyton’s] able to have a little more sympathy for the choices he made in his life. And probably the reason he got caught up on the wrong side is because he had a horrible father who probably wasn’t a great father figure. I think if anything, seeing him, makes Peyton feel more sorry for Blaine.

Finally, the issue of the cure is going to play a part in tonight’s episode, particularly as Major’s time may be coming to an end. In fact, the fact that Major has a possible looming deadline is a big motivating factor for Ravi to figure out the cure once and for all, but the possibility of Major losing his memory is a big issue. Rahul Kohli said that “At the moment the best that we can do is cure it, but [you’ll] lose your memory, and that’s the situation that we’ve had which is why no one else has taken the cure like Liv. So Major’s borrowed time and his journey and what he goes through will obviously motivate Ravi’s need to get [cracking]. The last thing anyone wants right now, I mean, it’s almost like wake up. “Do you want to be who you are?” He’s dying regardless because he’s on borrowed time, but lose the Major we know and have a cured dude who doesn’t remember anything, doesn’t remember us, doesn’t remember Liv, or does he give in and we just lose Major altogether and he keeps his faculties until the very end? That’s kind of the dynamic they are in.”

Don’t miss an all new episode of iZOMBIE tonight (April 18) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

The CW Teasers: A Missing Mother on SUPERNATURAL, A Kidnapping on SUPERGIRL and More


What’s coming to The CW the week of May 1? A mother goes missing on SUPERNATURAL, Alex gets kidnapped on SUPERGIRL, Jane looks to the future on JANE THE VIRGIN and more.

Monday, May 1

SUPERGIRL 2.19 “Alex”: Alex (Chyler Leigh) is kidnapped and the kidnapper threatens to kill her unless Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) releases a notorious criminal from prison. Supergirl and Maggie (Floriana Lima) have always had different approaches to apprehending criminals but this time they must work together to save Alex. Meanwhile, Rhea (guest star Teri Hatcher) has an interesting proposal for Lena (Katie McGrath). Rob Greenlea directed the episode written by Eric Carrasco & Greg Baldwin.

JANE THE VIRGIN 3.17 “Chapter Sixty-One”: Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is ready for some casual dating and is pleasantly surprised when her date actually helps her fix things with Lina (guest star Diane Guerrero). Petra (Yael Grobglas) follows a lead with the help of Chuck (guest star Johnny Messner) that could help her sister’s case. Rafael (Justin Baldoni) takes Jane’s advice and tries to come clean with Petra. Rogelio (Jaime Camil) is angry with Xo (Andrea Navedo) when she blows him off, but is shocked when he learns the reason why. Meanwhile, Alba (Ivonne Coll) is appalled by a comment a customer makes in the gift shop and decides to take a political stance. Melanie Mayron directed the episode written by Paul Sciarrotta.

Tuesday, May 2

THE FLASH 3.20 “I Know Who You Are”: Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team meet Tracy Brand (guest star Anne Dudek), a scientist, who may be the key to stopping Savitar. Unfortunately, Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) is also after Tracy so Team Flash must battle their old friend, which proves to be particularly difficult for Cisco (Carlos Valdes). Joe (Jesse L. Martin) and Cecile’s (guest star Danielle Nicolet) relationship takes a big turn. Hanelle Culpepper directed the episode written by Bronwen Clark & Joshua V. Gilbert.

iZOMBIE 3.05 “Spanking the Zombie”: When Liv (Rose McIver) consumes the brains of a dominatrix, her bossy and controlling personality makes everyone a little uncomfortable, especially Clive (Malcolm Goodwin). Meanwhile, Blaine (David Anders) and Peyton (Aly Michalka) have a heart-to-heart. Rahul Kohli and Robert Buckley also star. Tessa Blake directed the episode written by Sara Saedi.

Wednesday, May 3

ARROW 5.20 “Underneath”: Things get intense when Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) are trapped in the bunker together. Meanwhile, Lyla (guest star Audrey Marie Andreson) and Diggle (David Ramsey) deal with their martial issues. Wendey Stanzler directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Beth Schwartz.

THE 100 4.10 “Die All, Die Merrily”: Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) fights in the final battle for her people’s survival, but not everyone is willing to play fair. Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Paige Turco, Devon Bostick, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin, Richard Harmon, Zach McGowan, Isaiah Washington and Henry Ian Cusick also star. Dean White directed the episode written by Aaron Ginsburg & Wade McIntyre.

Thursday, May 4

SUPERNATURAL 12.20 “Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes”: Alicia Banes (guest star Kara Royster) calls Mary (guest star Samantha Smith) for help after her mother, Tasha (guest star Alvina August), goes missing. Sam (Jared Padalecki) answers Mary’s phone and he and Dean (Jensen Ackles) head out to help Alicia and her twin brother, Max (guest star Kendrick Sampson), find their mother who was hunting a powerful witch. Meanwhile, Mary starts to have some doubts about the British Men of Letters. Richard Speight, Jr. directed the episode written by Steve Yockey.

RIVERDALE 1.12 “Chapter Twelve: Anatomy of a Murder”: Archie (KJ Apa) and Veronica (Camila Mendes) are shocked to learn of the arrest but know they need to come clean to their parents about what they uncovered. Still hurt by the betrayal of his friends and torn over who to trust, Jughead (Cole Sprouse) reluctantly joins them in a quest for truth. Meanwhile, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) confronts her mom about why she treats her so much worse than she ever did with Jason. Lili Reinhart, Luke Perry, Madchen Amick, Marisol Nichols also star. Rob Seidenglanz directed the episode written by Michael Grassi.

Friday, May 5

THE ORIGINALS 4.07 “High Water and a Devil’s Daughter”: When it’s discovered that The Hollow’s latest servant is on the loose, Freya (Riley Voelkel) places a protection spell on the compound, forcing Klaus (Joseph), Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) and Hope (guest star Summer Fontana) to remain inside. Meanwhile, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) takes matters into his own hands when Vincent (Yusuf Gatewood) is reluctant to perform a dangerous ritual needed to strengthen their defense against The Hollow. Finally, while Freya enacts a risky plan that brings her face to face with their latest threat, an unexpected twist leaves her life hanging in the balance. Charles Michael Davis also stars. Charles Michael Davis directed the episode written by Celeste Vasquez & Carina Adly MacKenzie.

REIGN 4.11 “Dead of Night”: Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Darnley (Will Kemp) are at odds as they put their plan to seize England into action. Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) is conflicted about her feelings for Gideon (Ben Geurens) as she attempts to find a Catholic to marry. Catherine’s (Megan Follows) son Henri (guest star Nick Slater) attempts to claim the throne from Charles (Spencer MacPherson) with the support of Spain and Narcisse (Craig Parker). Dan Jeannotte, Jonathan Goad, Celina Sinden and Rose Williams also star. Deborah Chow directed the episode written by Wendy Riss Gatsiounis and Drew Lindo.

iZOMBIE: Robert Buckley Teases Major’s Teenage Girl Phase and Working With Fillmore Graves


When Liv eats a victim’s brain on iZOMBIE we’ve see her take on one extreme personality after another. And while Major has occasionally taken on the personality traits of people whose brains he’s eaten, fans haven’t gotten a chance to experience what they’ll see tonight: Major on teenage girl brains.

Liv, Clive and Ravi investigate a fatal car accident involving a father and his angsty teenage daughter. To aid in the investigation Liv consumes the brains of the father and Major consumes the brains of the daughter. Apparently a teenage girl is the “part Robert Buckley was born to play,” Rose McIver said during our visit to the set of iZOMBIE.

“It was so much fun,” Robert Buckley said of the upcoming episode. “The only thing weird about it was how not weird it was. It was not a stretch. It started because there was a bit I do when something minor happens to me and I’m like [in a fake teenage voice], ‘My life is so hard.’ And the writers have all seen it, so when we met with writers over the summer, Diane Ruggerio-Wright, one of our showrunners, was like we have some great ideas for a brain for you. She was like, ‘It’s going to be a teenage girl. Ice skating enthusiast.’ And I was like, “‘Yeah. Done. Of course that makes sense.’ I’d love to say I had to do a lot of prep for it and put a lot of thought into it [but]…None. Just learned my lines and I let that girl out. I’ll tell you what: I came on the first day and I told Dan Etheridge our [Executive Producer], ‘I’m going to do this and you dial me back. I’ll give you more and you pull me back.’ And it was the opposite. ‘You might want to go further,[ [he said]. And I was like, ‘Really?’ It ended up being so much fun. I also haven’t had much of a shot to do much comedy in my career, so this was the first chance to play it big, play it broad, and see how it goes. I loved it. I haven’t seen a cut of it, but I had a blast doing it. It was a lot of fun.”

There have been a few other fun brains coming up in season 3 that the cast has enjoyed according to McIver: “We’ve got a dominatrix brain that’s a lot. Poor Malcolm and Rahul, Clive and Ravi, definitely sort of bear the brunt of that. And especially now that Babineaux knows about Liv’s reasons for the way she behaves, he’s having to kind of put up with things in a different way, so that’s a very funny episode I think. And yeah, I think the brains have integrated very well with the overall storylines this year in a way that is just kind of even more refined. Like the writing is so clever and each time…What’s one last one? Oh, a hot mess brain. That was probably my favorite. Very sort of Amy Schumer/Trainwreck/can’t remember where she’s left anything, hasn’t got anything together. I didn’t expect that to be as easy to play as it was.”

As for Major’s work life, we saw at the end of the season 3 premiere that he had decided to join Fillmore Graves’ mercenary team. However, this new job could cause tension between Major and the other zombies, particularly given FG’s motivations to segregate zombies: “I think what happens is as Fillmore Graves grows and as the concerns about the zombie population grows among the zombie truthers in Seattle, the role that Fillmore Graves gets to take, their take on how to handle this zombie d-day, that is something that will come to shape and challenge everyone’s relationship with Fillmore Graves and Major’s reaction to the firm itself,” Buckley said.

Meanwhile, how will Major’s work for FG be different from his work for Max Rager (besides the murdering, of course)? Well, for one thing, this could actually be good for him: “The main difference between the two is Major was blackmailed into working for Max Rager. It’s something he never wanted a part of and only did against his will. Whereas Fillmore Graves is something he voluntarily joined. His job search was pretty fruitless — he wasn’t in a great place — so his options were kind of limited. But I think what appeals to Major with Fillmore Graves is what he does actually has some value. We’ve seen him, he’s a caretaker, from when he was at Helter Shelter; he likes to look after people. He likes to do work that has importance and value. Fillmore Graves, at least initially believes in what they’re doing. A large part of him wonders about his search for meaning, especially with what happened with the counselor thing. He really hasn’t had much of a life. His love life is in shambles, he has no job, he has no real personal life outside of a couple of friends. He’s trying to find who Major is again. I think he’s hoping by doing this job that could end up being a good use of his time is part of that.”

Don’t miss an all new episode of iZOMBIE tonight (April 11) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.