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The CW president Mark Pedowitz revealed at the Television Critics Association summer press tour that he’s currently not planning on having “iZombie” end anytime soon. The CW

Next year’s Season 4 of “iZombie” won’t be its final season.

The CW president Mark Pedowitz told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Wednesday that there have not been any conversations about the zombie drama’s fourth season being its last.

“Neither iZombie or ‘The 100’ have we had any discussions with the producers about whether or not this will be the last season,” Pedowitz said (via TV Insider). “[With] ‘The Originals,’ we came to a decision with [executive producer] Julie [Plec] and the studio that this was the right time to end it. If and when we get there with [‘iZombie’], we’ll sit down with [executive producer] Rob Thomas. At this moment in time, I'm not planning on having that series end.”

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Major plot details about Season 2 of “iZombie” are being kept under wraps, but Thomas told TVLine last month that the next installment will start with a “story about corruption.” Although Thomas didn’t offer additional details about the “corruption story,” he did reveal that “there are barely enough brains coming in to feed Seattle zombies so members of the undead are “going hungry.”

Wealthy zombies, however, won’t seemingly run out of brains, because as Thomas pointed out, “there’s a black market for brains.” Thomas told TVLine during a separate interview last June that Blaine (David Anders) is going to run the black market. In fact, Blaine is going to open a new restaurant called Romeros.

“I will say that Blaine is like a pig in slop this [upcoming] season,” Thomas told TV Guide. “New Seattle is the perfect city for him. When there’s a thriving black market, odds are, Blaine is doing well. And the black market is alive and well in Seattle. Whole brains are worth their weight in gold, and Blaine has a pipeline to them and a handshake deal with Chase Graves (Jason Dohring) to leave him alone. He’s raking it in.”

In related news, Robert Knepper — who plays Blaine’s dad Angus — was recently promoted to series regular for the upcoming season.

“iZombie” Season 4 will premiere midseason on The CW.