Fall 2014, which kicked off with the dystopia of Utopia, was better served by the zombies of Z Nation and the concept of Love Prison. Here’s what else was on in September.
The season finale of Z Nation sheds some light on the nefarious origins of the zombie virus while someone from the gang becomes a zombie.
The writers of Z Nation take a break from copying other zombie stories they’ve seen and read to rip off The Matrix when they make Murphy The One.
The Z Nation gang act like they’re in college when they encounter the Sisters of Mercy, a closed community made up solely of women, during their trek through Utah.
The Z Nation gang schleps their way through a ham-fisted interpretation of The China Syndrome, except this story would be nominated for numerous Razzies rather than Oscars.
Last week’s Z Nation raised the bar for both Syfy and zombie storytelling. This week’s episode dropped the bar on the ground and said, “Meh, just leave it there.”
Z Nation has become the Breaking Bad of the zombie apocalypse with the best episode so far in the series. All hail, Murphy, the new King of the Zombies.
Very little happens in this week’s Z Nation episode, except for some quality/unintentional humor at the absurdity of Warren trying to deal with her grief over losing Garnett.
Z Nation‘s accountants realized they couldn’t afford to keep a semi-famous name on the show so the gang is now light one hero.
Z Nation experiences a natural disaster so catastrophic, not even Al Gore could’ve seen it coming: that’s right, it’s a zombie tornado – a Znado.