Z Nation

Spoilers ahead for Z Nation's “Warren's Dream,” because hey … it's a TV Recap.

A group of survivors must cross the country with a possible cure for the zombie apocalypse. The holder of the cure, a zombie-human hybrid named Murphy, may not be so cooperative.

If you thought they peaked with radioactive, glow-in-the-dark zombies, the cast and creators of SYFY's Z Nation want you to know there is more in store.

Three years after the zombie virus has gutted the U.S., a team of heroes must transport the only known survivor of the virus across the apocalyptic country to the last functioning viral lab.

Syfy’s Z Nation series is a wild palate cleanser for the zombie genre, and now it’s getting a prequel to tell some stories from the early days of the apocalypse.

Sure, The Walking Dead might get most of the attention—but Syfy has its own zombie series that will be back to battle the undead in 2017.

The Walking Dead has been at the top of the zombie food chain for nearly seven seasons, with its dread-fueled, head-smashing, stomach-turning action.

A literal zombie tsunami engulfs the survivors, who are forced to take drastic action to survive as they travel across Nebraska; at the same time, Citizen Z gets a visitor.

A group of survivors must cross the country with a possible cure for the zombie apocalypse. The holder of the cure, a zombie-human hybrid named Murphy, may not be so cooperative.

It's not easy launching a new series when you're tackling the subject matter of the most popular show on television. However, creator Karl Schaefer believes his new show, Z Nation, which premieres on Syfy tonight at 10 p.m.