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Section 30-1-6 – Z Nation (2014)
Z Nation is an American action/horror/comedy-drama/post-apocalyptic television series that aired on Syfy, created by Karl Schaefer and Craig Engler, and produced by The Asylum. The first season of 13 episodes premiered on September 12, 2014. Z Nation was filmed in the Spokane, Washington area.
On June 16, 2016, Syfy announced that Z Nation‘s third season would be preceded by a TV movie, set prior to the climax of season 2 and introducing central characters for the third season. However, the movie was instead presented as the first two episodes of the season, the two-part “No Mercy”.
On December 15, 2017, Syfy renewed the series for a fifth season, which premiered on October 5, 2018. On December 22, 2018, Syfy canceled the series after five seasons. The 68th and final episode aired on December 28, 2018, concluding the five-season series.
|Showrunners:||Karl Schaefer and Craig Engler|
|Production Companies:||The Asylum, Go2 Digital Media, North By Northwest|
|Original Release:||September 12, 2014 – December 28, 2018|
Season 1 Trailer
Z Nation begins three years into a zombie apocalypse caused by a virus that has already killed most humans. In the days just before society fell apart, Murphy was one of three inmates at Portsmouth Naval Prison in Kittery, Maine, who were unwilling participants in a government-approved experiment. Each inmate was given a different test vaccine. Murphy was the only one to survive the vaccine injection. He is the only known survivor of a zombie bite who did not turn into a zombie, and his blood contains antibodies that are mankind’s last and best hope for a vaccine. However, he seems to be mutating into some form of hybrid between zombie and human—his skin is shedding and his body turning blue, and he seems to be able to control and even mesmerize certain types of zombies he encounters. Yet he has not turned into a full zombie and still maintains control of himself. The series revolves around his travels with a small group of survivors being led through the apocalypse by Simon “Citizen Z” Cruller, who watches the world from his multiple computers. The group is looking to use him to solve the zombie pandemic.
The group must transport Murphy from New York to the world’s last known functioning Centers for Disease Control research lab in California. However, Murphy harbors a dark secret about his condition that threatens them all.
ZN1 Virus (Z Nation)
ZN1 is a term used in “Z Nation”, that first appeared in Season 1 episode 1 “Puppies and Kittens”.
ZN1 is the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) designation for the undead-creating virus that is responsible for the global zombie apocalypse.
It is highly likely that the virus that causes zombification may have been created by Dr. Walter Kurian at Fort Collins, Colorado under the code name “Red Death”.
Very little is known – or at least widely known – about its origins.
The first case of infection known was in the year 2016, as mentioned by Murphy in Doctor of the Dead.
Symptoms of ZN1 include, but are not limited to:
- Little to no nervous system activity with limited cognitive function.
- Violent tendencies towards most individuals.
- Acute/enhanced sensing of non-infected individuals or tumultuous noise.
- Physical abilities are both enhanced and debilitated, victims having limitless endurance, although their muscles have deteriorated.
- Increased resistance to traumatic physical injury except to the head/brain.
- Intense head trauma or complete annihilation is the only things that will kill a victim of the ZN1 Virus.
ZN1 is transmitted through a bite, or scratch caused by a victim who has been infected, leading to a rapid transition into a zombie, or after a non-zombie individual dies, leading most people to realize that everyone is infected.
The only known survivor of direct contact is an involuntary test subject from the Portsmouth Naval Prison’s infection control laboratory.
Murphy was injected with an experimental vaccine, which – unlike previous variations of the vaccine tested on other inmates – did not turn him into a zombie. He was then bitten 8 times by zombified individuals, again not contracting the virus.
It is possible that he holds the key to mankind’s salvation in the form of antibodies his immune system formed as a result of his exposure to the vaccine. Operation Bite-mark was then established in order to deliver him to the CDC research facility at Mount Wilson Station in California – at all costs.
There was an experimental herbal vaccine being developed in a weed lab in Minneapolis, labeled Batch 47, which showed promise. However, when tested on a human, it proved lethal.
Blends created by Murphy are both ignored by those infected with ZN1 and are immune to the virus, although this cure does carry the side effect of Murphy being able to control your actions.
Zona was able to cure ZN1, but their immunity began to fail, after which they sought out Murphy and his daughter, Lucy, hoping to use their antibodies to cure themselves. They succeeded, although a contaminant in Murphy’s blood caused them to contract a degenerative brain disease, and they are all likely dead.
In Season 4 of Z Nation, the virus appears to have mutated, creating a type of Z which cannot be slain through conventional means, and must be almost completely destroyed before it will stop.
The Vaccine, also known as the Zombie Vaccine or the ZN1 Vaccine, is a medical vaccine from “Z Nation”, that first appeared in Season 1 episode 1 “Puppies and Kittens”.
The ZN1 virus was created, along with the vaccine, at an underground facility in Fort Collins, Colorado around 2014.
The virus was created by Dr. Walter Kurian and Dr. Marilyn Merch. When testing the virus on primates, a lab technician named Brandon Doyle got infected as the virus jumped to humans.
Doyle was given the experimental vaccine to save him from turning zombie. It saved his life but would not let him die, until he was given Mercy by Murphy.
In 02 AZ, Dr. Merch tested different versions of the vaccine on prisoners at Portsmouth Naval Prison. The only survivor among the prisoners experimented upon in this fashion was Alvin Murphy, who was then attacked by zombies and bitten eight times. The vaccine worked and Murphy did not become a zombie.
By 03AZ, Murphy is the only carrier of the vaccine, prompting Operation Bite-mark and the Westward-bound survivor group to transport him across the country.
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