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You’ve seen today’s guest on “Alias,” “The Vampire Diaries” and “Once Upon a Time.” He’s currently shooting his new series “I-Zombie” here in beautiful Vancouver.
More, I guess you’d say, it’s in the warm bodies’ bag. [laughter] David: It gets dark, but it’s very light. Rose Mclver, myself play the two zombies who are made main characters obvious in our story.
Malcolm Goodwin: I also like how all the characters and all the worlds interconnected. Anders: If I’m kicking your ass or you’re slapping mine. RELATED: Malcolm Goodwin on Clive Learning Liv's Secret What is your favorite personal touch the writers have given each of your characters?
I also love the way that everything came to an end, all that action stuff. I like the way all the storylines came together, all the way the characters got to interact and how everything got to blow up. Goodwin: I know for me, it’s making Clive a Knicks fan.
Anders joined us in the TV Insider Suite at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 to talk about Knepper's return to The CW series.
#i Zombie's #David Anders shares his thoughts on Robert Knepper being promoted to series regular on The CW series.
“When you film away from everybody you know and love, your coworkers can really make or break the experience,” Mc Iver says. I remember us laughing, and being like, “Guys, if we get a second season, this will be so much easier next year.” And it was so cool to be back and actually have people not only know the show, but be into it as well. Which Liv brain would you have liked to experience? I’m already a bit of a dude-bro, and I think it would be a fun personal challenge to see how hard I could bro the hell out. Buckley: When we hung out after the pilot, Rahul was the first one who came over to my house, and he was like, “You’re a proper dude-bro…there’s your Xbox, your Mountain Dew; you probably have Doritos in the cabinet.” I did. Ders is the hardest on himself; he doesn’t need to be, because he’s fantastic. He’s aware of it, and he tries, but if he takes a nap, he is a proper grouch. We can’t thank them enough for their support and the photoshops they do.
Their characters may have increasingly complicated relationships on screen, but off screen, the cast has formed a tight bond. Especially if you’re trying to do it in sound bites. Not only are we back here and it’s easier, but they like it. He’s the worst person to take a flight with, because he can fall asleep on the runway and is gone for hours.
Looking back at last year, what was your favorite part of Season 2?  Kohli: Rose is super professional, very sweet and just awesome. If Rose is having a hard day, she’ll go into her trailer and he’ll have flowers [there for her]. And we’re now headed into our third season and a great fan base and people who support us.
David Anders: I liked working with Rahul a lot more. And the game and stuff dropped in, that they keep sneaking in for Ravi. Every now and again I can break her; she can draw something dirty on a clipboard. Even in the old-man costume, I watched him making a jump shot. During lunchtime, usually I don’t eat, but if there’s something I like, Rahul puts some in my trailer.
In Episode 4 of Season 1: they were looking for a game for Major and Ravi to bond over, and we suggested , because that’s what we were playing at the time.
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