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iZombie Boss on Liv's New Roomie, Major's 'Moral Crisis,' Season 2 Villains

Warning: The following contains spoilers from Tuesday’s iZombie Season 2 premiere.

No wonder iZombie executive producer Rob Thomas has been keeping mum about Major’s arc in Season 2!

At the close of the CW series’ sophomore opener on Tuesday night, Liv’s ex-fiancé was blackmailed by Max Rager into agreeing to kill off all of Seattle’s zombies. In return, Major’s pretty, undead ex stays unharmed. (Oh, and thanks to the cure’s side effects, Major can now sense when somebody is a zombie. Helpful!)

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Exec changes at BBC Worldwide

Tim Christlieb has been named as the new Director of Channels for BBC Worldwide (Bbcww) Australia and New Zealand.

His appointment follows a review which abolished the role of Director of Television Anz held by Natalie Edgar, who is leaving the company in mid-August.

Christlieb will lead programming and acquisitions across Bbcww's portfolio of locally managed channels: BBC First, BBC UKTV, BBC Knowledge, BBC CBeebies in Australia; and BBC UKTV and BBC Knowledge in New Zealand. He joined in May 2012 as Head of Programming and Production and became Head of Channels in October 2013. Previously he was Bbcww's London-based. Head of Scheduling for the Nordics and Italy for two years. Before that he was Head of UK Channel Operations at MTV Networks and Deputy Head of Entertainment at Gateway Broadcast Services.

Edgar joined Bbcww in January 2014 after serving as Deputy Controller of ABC1 for six years. As. Director of Television Anz
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Sbs reveals 2013-14 programming line-up

Tony Iffland introduces the Sbs slate for 2013-2014..

Sbs revealed its 2013-2014 programming slate at an industry showcase held in The Rocks, Sydney, this afternoon..

Introduced by Sbs Director of TV, Tony Iffland, the slate spanned a number of genres and included a variety of programs; from returning series such as Once Upon a Time, to new content like documentary series Australia.s Secret Heroes, to the free-to-air premiere of international blockbuster drama The Walking Dead.. .2014 is really about more . so it.s about more food, more documentaries, more sport, more drama than ever before,. Iffland said. .On Sbs 1 and 2, we are seeing a 33 per cent increase in Australian commissioned content. very proud of that. It shows how we at Sbs have rearranged our resources, used our scarce funds and really invested that in content.. Sbs was particularly thrilled to announce they will exclusively cover the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
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