CW’s ‘iZombie’ Reveals What’s Up Ahead For Malcolm Goodwin And Rahul Kohli! [Watch Video]

By Jorge Solis ( | Jun 22, 2014 05:07 PM EDT
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Actors Malcolm Goodwin (House of Cards) and Rahul Kohli (EastEnders) reveal what's coming up for their characters on iZombie. The two stars from the upcoming CW show discuss their tumultuous relationship with the zombie sleuth.

Based on the comic book series by writer Chris Roberson and artist Mike Allred, Liv (Rose McIver) has to feed on a dead body's brains if she wants to survive. When her mind suddenly gets filled up with someone else's thoughts and memories, the undead private eye has to fulfill the victim's last request.

As reported here, Goodwin and Kohli previously appeared in the iZombie poster with McIver. In the storyline, Kohli appears as Dr. Ravi Chakrabarti and Goodwin plays the role of homicide detective Clive Babinaux. Though Babinaux thinks Liv is just a "Goth chick with psychic powers," Chakrabarti though knows the real truth that his friend is actually a zombie.

Kohli describes how the doctor views Liv, who has risen from the dead, "The character is a man of science and he loves medical anomalies, the Loch Ness monster, Yeti; those kinds of things. When he meets Liv, he's treating it as such; a medical anomaly." The Holby City actor continues, "It's an incredible medical anomaly. And he's fascinated by that. That's his first reaction."

Goodwin teases why viewers should be excited about the upcoming TV series from Rob Thomas (Veronica Mars), "Just the dialogue. The words are so fun to say. It's so juicy. The characters are so juicy. Yeah, it was just a fun experience."

From IGN's YouTube Channel, check out the Rahul Kohli & Malcolm Goodwin Interview here:

iZombie will air on the CW Network in the fall. Viewers, are you excited to see the Veronica Mar's Rob Thomas play around the zombie genre?

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