is an Z Nation American survival horror television series chronicling the after effects of a zombie apocalypse. Produced by The Asylum, it capitalizes on the popularity of the venerated AMC show, , which boasts a similar theme. The Walking Dead Z Nation was created by Karl Schaefer and Craig Engler and began airing on Syfy on September 12th, 2014 for a thirteen-episode inaugural season. The series stars Kellita Smith as Roberta Warren, DJ Qualls as Simon "Citizen Z" Cruller, Michael Welch as Mack Thompson, Keith Allan as Alvin Murphy, Anastasia Baranova as Addison Carver, Russell Hodgkinson as Steven "Doc" Beck, Pisay Pao as Cassandra, Nat Zang as 10K and Tom Everett Scott as Charlie Garnett, who only appeared in season one of the show.
Three years after the devastating ZN1 virus gutted the country, a team of everyday heroes must transport the only known survivor of a zombie attack — and humanity’s last hope of developing a vaccine—from New York to California.
Season One Edit
1x1 Puppies and Kittens September 12th, 2014
1x2 Fracking Zombies September 19th, 2014
1x3 Philly Feast September 26th, 2014
1x4 Full Metal Zombie October 3rd, 2014
1x5 Home Sweet Zombie October 10th, 2014
1x6 Resurrection Z October 17th, 2014
1x7 Welcome to the Fu-Bar October 24th, 2014
1x8 Zunami October 31st, 2014
1x9 Die Zombie Die... Again November 7th, 2014
1x10 Going Nuclear November 14th, 2014
1x11 Sisters of Mercy November 21st, 2014
1x12 Murphy's Law November 28th, 2014
1x13 Doctor of the Dead December 5th, 2014
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Z Nation aired on Friday evenings at 10:00 pm.
This is the first television series produced by The Asylum, which is known for its low-budget knock-off films as well as modern-day creature features such as Sharknado.
The creation of this series was clearly intended to capitalize on the popularity of the AMC zombie survival series .
The Walking Dead
The events of this series takes place three years following the onset of the zombie apocalypse.
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