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“iZombie” executive producer Rob Thomas said that no one will be more disappointed than him if the CW ends up not renewing the Rose McIver-led series for Season 4. The CW

“iZombie” executive producer Rob Thomas is optimistic that “iZombie” is going to be renewed for Season 4.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Thomas admitted that he feels “confident” that the Rose McIver-led series will return for another season after letting it slip that a particular reveal had been cut from the Season 3 finale and will be solved “pretty early in Season 4.”

Thomas added that no one will be more disappointed than him if the CW ends up not picking up the series for another season. “I’ll say this: I bought a house in L.A. and I’m moving there hoping there will be a season 4, so no one will be more disappointed than me and my business manager if there is not,” he revealed. “I am betting a lot that there will be. I feel good. I am confident, and hopefully, that confidence is not misplaced.”

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When asked what fans can expect from the potential Season 4, Thomas said: “The season 3 finale is a pretty major reset of the show, so I feel like if I said anything about Season 4, I would be giving away the cool stuff that we want to surprise people with in the finale of Season 3.”

Clearly, “iZombie” isn’t planned to end with Season 3, so viewers can expect that Ravi (Rahul Kohli) won’t be able to perfect the zombie cure any time soon. “If there is ever a cure where things go well, it seems like the show will be over,” Thomas said. “I don’t think we could cure Liv Moore (McIver) until we’re ready to do our final episode.”

The CW renewed most of their scripted series earlier this year (nine in total), making “iZombie” and its fellow midseason series “The Originals” the only shows that are up to renewed or canceled. According to TVbytheNumbers, both shows have a decent chance to be renewed for another season. But if only one should make it, the website reported that “iZombie” is more likely the one to return.

In addition, a source told Variety that “if/come deals” have been already made for “iZombie,” which is a positive sign for the show despite its lower ratings compared last installment.

Last November, Thomas took to Twitter to dismiss speculations that Season 3 of “iZombie” was written as the final installment of the series.

Thomas’ tweet is a direct response to an article online which suggests that the show is coming to an end this TV season “due to a drop in viewership ratings.” The article also claimed that the show’s “critical reviews were not as high as they were for Season 1.”

Although the show really lost some viewers in Season 2, Thomas showed some proof on Twitter that the critics actually liked “iZombie’s” sophomore run more than its debut season.

Kohli retweeted Thomas’ follow-up post, adding: “Thou shalt not bear false witness’ ...c’mon Christian Today, even I know that one.”

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“iZombie” Season 3 airs every Tuesday at 9 p.m. EDT on The CW.