Teen Wolf‘s Gage Golightly guest stars in season five episode four of The CW’s iZombie. The zombie comedy/drama/cop show is nearing the halfway point of its final season with episode four, “Dot Zom.” Directed by Michael Wale from a script by John Enbom, “Dot Zom” will air on May 23, 2019.
The season five cast is led by Rose McIver as Olivia “Liv” Moore. Malcolm Goodwin is Clive Babineaux, Rahul Kohli is Dr. Ravi Chakrabarti, Robert Buckley plays Major Lilywhite, David Anders is Blaine DeBeers, Aly Michalka is Peyton Charles, and Bryce Hodgson is Don E.
The “Dot Zom” Plot: Liv (McIver), Clive (Goodwin) and Ravi (Kohli) investigate the suspicious death of Cornell Piercey (guest star Devin Johnston), the head of Piercey Corp, a successful traffic app company. Melissa Schultz (guest star Stephanie Lemelin), Cornell’s ex-girlfriend, is now running the company, makes an interesting reveal to Liv and Clive. Meanwhile, Peyton (Michalka) is focusing on maintaining positive zombie PR in the city. Lastly, Blaine (Anders) is intrigued when he meets Al Bronson (guest star Gage Golightly) of Bluster Magazine, as she is not at all what he was expecting.
The Season 5 Plot:
“In season 5 of iZombie, our heroes try to keep the peace in the zombie state that is New Seattle, but with starving zombies on one side, and terrified humans on the other, they’ll have their work cut out for them. Liv faces off with the U.S. military trying to prevent her from bringing the sick and dying into Seattle to give them a lifesaving scratch.
Major, now the head of Fillmore Graves, has to worry about dissent in the ranks dissatisfied with his warmhearted treatment of humans. Peyton, still the acting mayor, will use her power to attempt to make the rest of the world see Seattle as something other than a lawless wasteland. Ravi will work tirelessly on a cure that may be the only thing that can stave off widespread violence. And through it all, Liv and Clive will continue to solve the murder cases that come across Clive’s desk, the murders themselves becoming more and more tied to the societal breakdown taking place all around them.”