Welcome to the Pre-Squee, a new weekly feature here at the Bookworms and at The Book Swarm. Some books, though they might not be coming out for a few months, need an early squee — we just can’t hold in our excitement about them! And since we also love Movies and TV Series, we occasionally Pre-Squee about these too!
So today we Squee about
“The CW” TV Series
Premiere: March 17 on the CW (and on Hulu Plus – woot)
What is it about:
“Olivia “Liv” Moore was a rosy-cheeked, disciplined, over-achieving medical resident who had her life path completely mapped out, until the night she attended a party that unexpectedly turned into a zombie feeding frenzy. Afterward, she became part zombie. She works at a coroner‘s office to give her access to the brains she must eat to survive. A side effect of her new diet is the ability to absorb the memories of the deceased, which helps her solve homicides.” Source Wikipedia
- Rose McIver as Olivia “Liv” Moore: A former medical student who is now a zombie. She works as a mortician’s assistant to have access to the human flesh and brains she must frequently consume to keep her humanity intact and suppress her hunger.
- Robert Buckley as Major Lilywhite: Liv’s ex-fiancé
- Malcolm Goodwin as Clive Babinaux: A local police detective. He knows Liv’s secret and often asks for her help to solve crimes.
- David Anders as Blaine DeBeers.
- Rahul Kohli as Dr. Ravi Chakrabarti: A medical examiner and Liv’s boss. He also knows Liv’s secret and assists her whenever he can to protect as well as study her.
Why am I excited about it?
- The Trailer promises a lot of spunk, wit and fun! I really love the humor, if the whole series is like this, it’s going to be fun!
- Rose McIver – she is so adorable! I loved her already as Tinkerbell in Once Upon A Time (and now it also makes sense that Tink disappeared from UOAT, since Rose is main character in this new show!)
- Adult – Young Adult Crossover with a paranormal twist! Serious – that is my perfect combination.
- A Comic Book Adaption from DC Comics – where also The Arrow and The Flash is from! YEAH for Comic Book Adaptations that rock!
Since the premier was yesterday, did anyone of you saw the premiere? How did you like it? And if you haven’t seen it – are you going to watch it? I truly can’t wait to see if I’m going to like it !