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After five seasons of building up to a full-scale conflict between humans and zombies, the series finale of iZombie saw every main character not only survive but also receive the happy ending they so richly deserved. After a bloody battle, it was discovered that Major (Robert Buckley) had taken a phony dose of the zombie cure, which Ravi (Rahul Kohli) had switched out to inject the leader zombie of the antihuman movement, demonstrating to the world the zombie cure’s efficacy. The human-zombie war’s conclusion and everyone’s final destination were then detailed in a flash-forward epilogue that took place ten years in the future.
IZombie Season 5 Recap
We discovered that Major’s huge heroic deed achieved the desired outcome when Byron recounted the events that followed him accepting the “treatment” on live television (although the general audience was still ignorant that he had been given a phony dose). When the treatment was mass-produced, zombies were no longer seen as a terrifying threat, which allowed brain donations to resume. Seattle was rebuilt and relaunched as a serene location where zombies and humans coexisted after the sick and dying went there to be transformed into zombies.
She was confirmed to have perished in the explosion by Clive, Ravi, and Peyton, but Major wasn’t. The trio said that he had continued to dig in the morgue’s rubble with the orphans he had taken in. But as one of the most recognizable figures from Fillmore Graves, the anti-zombie human Dead Enders were still after him because they still lived, led by Dolly Durkins (Jennifer Irwin). He was compelled to flee and had not been seen for ten years. Now let’s get to IZombie Season 5 Ending.
IZombie Season 5 Ending Explained
The episode concludes with Liv attempting to persuade her pals to turn zombies and move in with her family on Zombie Island, which, to be honest, seems like a lot given the problem-free, dream-like setting in which it is portrayed. I’m not sure if Peyton’s “yes, sure” is a true agreement or more of the next beat in their small talk banter because it seems like a topic they’ve probably had before. In either case, the entire conclusion seems out of this world.
Never will “All’s Well That Ends Well” be remembered as one of the greatest TV epilogues. It was a lot of fun to watch, and it’s nice to have a long-running TV show end with the good guys not only winning but living happily ever after in a time when the news seems to be all terrible consequences. However, it’s far too wishy-washy in its sense of consequence and downright ridiculous in its plot twists to even make an honorable mention for that list. (Even if in that flash-forward moment it seems like they are all just pretending to be kids.)
There wasn’t enough time for the calmer, character-driven moments because there was so much storyline. There are a few, such as when Major reassures Ravi after they believe Peyton is dead or even the amusing text exchanges between Liv, Clive, and Ravi, but they never last for very long. There is too much to cover in an hour-long episode, so the plot takes precedence. As a result, something slower and more lyrical is sacrificed.
IZombie Season 5 and other seasons are available on Amazon Prime Video.
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