When over-achieving medical resident Liv Moore attends a party that turns into a zombie feeding frenzy, she ends up joining the ranks of the living dead. Determined to pass as human despite her pale appearance and newly listless demeanor, Liv forms a plan to resist her drive to consume fresh human brains by taking a job at a coroner's office, where she can secretly snack on the brains of corpses delivered there. Soon discovering that she absorbs the memories of those she feeds on, she finds new purpose by posing as a psychic and working with a detective to help solve their murders.
Jennifer Garner rocked a now-iconic bright red wig on “Alias” (a color Rihanna would bring back to the public eye years later); Julianna Margulies had it written into her contract for “The Good Wife” that she would be donning a wig; and Julia Roberts’ wig on “Homecoming” was arguably so terrible it almost distracted viewers from her wonderful performance. A hairpiece can truly transform an actor’s appearance — when it’s good, you might not even know it’s there, but when it’s bad, it might make it impossible to focus on anything else! Let’s take a look at some of the most famous and infamous wigs worn on television series over the past few decades.