TV News: Teaser Posters for THE FLASH & iZOMBIE

Written by Andrew Pollard Saturday, 10 May 2014

TV News

Following on from the recent news confirming full series for both THE FLASH and iZOMBIE on The CW, now comes some conveniently-timed promotional work for both shows. For iZOMBIE there’s a standard teaser poster, whilst THE FLASH gets an insignia reveal in addition to its own teaser poster.

To be based on the Vertigo series created by Chris Roberson and Mike Allred, the plot of iZOMBIE centres on Liv, played by Rose McIver. Working in a coroner’s office and forced to eat the brains of the deceased in order to maintain any sense of humanity, Liv finds herself absorbing the memories of the deceased in order to solve crimes.

As for THE FLASH, this is a show that has had its seeds already sown in The CW’s ARROW. Grant Gustin, last seen involved in a certain accident during ARROW’s Season 2 mid-season finale, is Barry Allen, aka The Flash. Joining him are the pair of Danielle Panabaker and Carlos Valdes as Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost and Cisco Ramon/Vibe, respectively; a duo that have already appeared in a recent episode of ARROW. Making up the rest of THE FLASH are Rick Gosnett as Eddie Thawne/Professor Zoom, Candice Patton as Iris West, Jesse L. Martin as Detective West, Tom Cavanagh as S.T.A.R. Labs’ Harrison Wells, Michelle Harrison as Nora Allen, Patrick Sabongui as Central City Police Captain David Singh, and an unspecified role for former Flash John Wesley Shipp.

As for just where and when these shows will find UK homes, we’ll bring you those deets as and when we get it.

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