Several years since a zombie virus swept across America, there's only one person -- who goes by just Murphy -- known to have survived the infection -- the world's last hope at creating a vaccine. The last functioning viral lab needs blood from him for its antibodies, but the facility is in California and the man is in New York. A ragtag group of strangers works to transport him to the West Coast, but his dark secret remains hidden, which could threaten everyone. Hammond and his second in command, Garnett, initially lead the group of the living -- later replaced by Lt. Warren -- and computer hacker Citizen Z helps everyone navigate through the zombie-infested terrain. When the group meets a man in Colorado, he offers to take Murphy the rest of the way to California. When nuclear weapons are launched, people head into survival mode and become desperate to find a cure.
"Z Nation" has always been a show about a group of intrepid heroes trying to save humanity by delivering the somehow immune Murphy (Keith Allan) to what was left of the U.S. government and the CDC. The thing that makes this show so much fun, and often excuses its low-quality, is the fact that it lights up the same part of people’s brains as "The Walking Dead", minus all the parts of that make the latter series boring. If "TWD" is a show about people trying to find themselves at the end of the world, "Z Nation" is a show about people trying to find gasoline at the end of the world, and if those cold-hard logistics don’t appeal to you, you’re doing zombies wrong. The addition of these various factions is, of course, a little silly, but it’s also a lot of fun.--Tyler McCarthy, Den of Geek, September 23, 2016
Action, Drama, Horror
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