Three years after the zombie virus has gutted the country, a team of everyday heroes must transport the only known survivor of the plague from New York to California, where the last functioning viral lab waits for his blood.
i don't know whats wrong with people here,have you ever watched an original old zombie movie? z-nation is much closer to the real deal than TWD. i liked it pretty much and i know i wasn't the only one. i don't know if people getting paid to write bad reviews , but i assume ,yes -- the acting is how it supposed to be,and again,just watch some old zombie movies to compare. its a good cast,too.It is easy to remember the characters. The story is funny and it has some new ideas ,which TWD couldn't pull of.i was surprised that is was a scyfy series,i thought it was fx. :-( overall a nice series,hope for many seasons despite that paid trolling.Just watch it instead of just writing bad reviews cause you think thats the wave to float with. :-)
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Several of the actors/crew lived together while filming season 1 in Spokane Washington to save on costs. Including Anastasia Baranova (Addy) and Michael Welch (Mack).
The first season was recorded on a tight schedule, with an episode being fully recorded within six days, with most shoots only allowing 3 takes.
Russell Hodgkinson, who plays Doc, found a host family in Spokane. He lived in their basement throughout the filming of season two, doing interior painting and yard work in exchange for free rent.
In one of the episodes, survivors are seen eating "Twinkies" - a nod to Zombieland (2009).
Keith Allan (Murphy) was working for The Asylum production company as a stage hand when they were tasked with Z Nation. They suggested he audition for the role of Murphy and he ended up getting the part.