'iZombie' Season 2 Finale Spoilers Reveal Massive Episode, Liv Tries to Help Major Out of Prison

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'iZombie' season 2 is set to close this Tuesday, April 12 as it will air its finale episode. But before it could end on another cliffhanger, fans expect that the episode will be something that they don't want to miss. According to a report by Design and Trend, the upcoming season 2 episode 19 titled "Salivation Army" will be deadly.

Series co-creator Rob Thomas shared during the show's WonderCon panel that the season 2 finale is bigger than the first one. "I just finished a cut of this finale, and last year's finale when Major went into Meat Cute with a shotgun, we thought 'This is as big as iZombie gets.' But this year's finale is a massive episode," Thomas said, as noted in Comic Book Resources.

Robert Buckley, who plays as Major, also hinted some few spoilers to the fans about what's to come in the last episode of the second installment. He said that someone will not make it out alive in the second season to move on to the third one. He did not divulge further but he did mention that someone will die.

Also, in the finale event trailer released, Major is seen in prison and it's not going to be good because he tells Liv (Rose McIver) that he is very hungry. Liv is aware that a hungry zombie is bad news so she will need to find a way to get him out of prison before he could cause some zombie breakout among the inmates. As detailed in Australia Network, Liv will help Major even though she knows very well that it was him who killed her boyfriend, Drake (Greg Finley).

She will ask for help from Dr. Ravi (Rahul Kohli) but he wouldn't be able to help along the way as he will be arrested after the FBI found evidence that links him to the 'Chaos Killer.' The source also noted that "Agent Carter" star Ken Marino will make an appearance in the last episode. He will play as Major's lawyer who is hired by Max Rager.

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