Z Nation: Season 2 (2015)

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 11, 2015
2
Air date: Sep 18, 2015
3
Air date: Sep 25, 2015
4
Air date: Oct 2, 2015
5
Air date: Oct 9, 2015
6
Air date: Oct 16, 2015
7
Air date: Oct 23, 2015
8
Air date: Oct 30, 2015
9
Air date: Nov 6, 2015
10
Air date: Nov 13, 2015
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In Season 2, after surviving a nuclear attack surprisingly unscathed, Warren (Kellita Smith) and Co. regroup and head back out on the long road to California. Their first order of business: Find Murphy (Keith Allan), who, as a zombie-human hybrid, is the last hope for the human race. But he's also a self-obsessed jerk who's more interested in having fun than being a hero, which is why Citizen Z (DJ Qualls) has put a price on the pimped-out Murphy's head. Joining the hunt for Murph at the start of the season is a mysterious bounty hunter with questionable motives named Vasquez (Matt Cedeno). The gang also encounter a strange cult led by guest star Anthony Michael Hall. And Gina Gershon shows up as a queen with a plan for world domination.

Cast

Kellita Smith
as Roberta Warren
DJ Qualls
as Citizen Z
Keith Allan
as Murphy
Matt Cedeño
as Vasquez
Anastasia Baranova
as Addy Carver
Michael Welch
as Mack Thompson
Pisay Pao
as Cassandra
Harold Perrineau
as Mark Hammond
Tom Everett Scott
as Charles Garnett
Donald Corren
as Dr. Walter Kurian
Mark Carr
as Sketchy McClain
Lisa Coronado
as Dr. Merch
Doug Dawson
as Vernon Skeezy
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Critic Reviews for Z Nation Season 2

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (0)

We're in for some good, mindless, cheap, entertaining times.

Jan 17, 2019 | Full Review…

The second season of Syfy's Z Nation will make you gag, think, and laugh -- not necessarily in that order.

Jan 17, 2019 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

Z Nation is a show that works in extremes. Really, just the one extreme, which involves veering towards whatever might be the most bug-nuts insane thing to do each week.

Sep 17, 2015 | Full Review…

The impression I'm getting, for at least the first part of this season, is that it's going to be all about chasing Murphy and his hoard of zombie acolytes. That sounds like a lot of fun.

Sep 14, 2015 | Rating: 8.2/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Z Nation: Season 2

  • Jun 17, 2020
    Weird season. Over-the-top but realistic until episode 12, then the men had to be tortured by zeros, and the women were untouchable. Real life zeros would "use" women, then kill the most obnoxious of them. Why do you want so many Mary Sues? What about allowing arrogant "brave" characters to die? Yes, I am talking about Addy "you are the strong one" "I am the brain" but no, she is just an entitled monster who let her boyfriend die in front of your eyes. Still the show defines her as a positive female role model. I would love to see the backlash if it was the other way around, the "strong" male character letting the girlfriend die, and then be defined as "the strong one".
  • Jun 09, 2020
    The first season was at least fun, but this second one started inventing too much things such as zombies talking, aliens, super powers, and other more disgusting things. Also it takes a while to have new characters in the crew, since throughout the episodes they always encounters people, and this people always ends on dying in less than 1 episode. After watching some episodes it starts to be repetitive and realy tedious. Sorry if I wrote something wrong, I'm brazilian and I'm not totally fluent in english.
  • Jun 09, 2020
    absolute best series out there
  • Jan 09, 2020
    no no no no no no no
  • Mar 18, 2018
    Highly underrated TV show... and I'm not a zombie fan.
  • Nov 04, 2016
    I liked all Z Nation seasons/episodes (and will continue to as long as 10 K and Warren do not get killed, and Doc and Addy and Citizen Z and the dog either), but I liked season 2 better than season 1. At least season 2 did not have a disgusting cannibal episode ( I think it was ep. 2 or 3 of season 1), season 2 did not have a lame episode like the groundhog-ish episode (I think it was ep.) 9, and I did not like that Tom Everett Scott was killed off pretty early on. Well, Harold Perrineau, too, but it was so obvious the damn zombie baby was a threat, why not just kill it?? Why is it easier to kill an adult than a baby with no real personality and connections yet - I am in no way for any killing, but it is just as bad if it is an adult, and as soon as it comes to zombies: what future/development does a zombie baby/child have? If it attacks you, killing a zombie baby is as bad/necessary as killing an adult zombie. It is not less bad if an adult dies, no matter how old (or lonely/without people mourning him)!!
  • Aug 22, 2016
    Oh, The Murphy..how much do you wish he wasn't precious cargo just so you could pike him!? Blasters are ridiculous and awesome-good job Murphy. Hybrids. Don't we just love babies! If you thing fanboys are crazy out there, wait for episode 8. Another reason to love this show is, In episode 9, We get a little taste of Alien in our mouth. "Party with the Zeros" and "Adios Muchachos"was cool to show more of Murphy's power. There were more tears shed in this season and laughs, and I'm on the edge of my seat for season 3! Thanks to "End Times" bring it on !
  • Aug 22, 2016
    I like this show better than The Walking Dead.
  • Jul 23, 2016
    pretty cool show (despite its campy camera quality)
  • Apr 09, 2016
    This season wasn't as good. It picks up right where the first season left off, and I really liked that! The whole season had 15 episodes instead of 13 like the first season, and I didn't really like that. There were definitely some filler episodes that were not only filler, but just felt like they were stopping the story or making it take longer to get to the season finale. But I did like the season finale, but not as much as the first season. The second episode was by far the best, and the third episode was the coolest in terms of what it was parodying. This season didn't have as much of Citizen Z. In the first season, I liked him, but didn't need to see him as much, just have him in there to help the team. But this season just didn't really show him. They also add a new character in the 3rd episode which, I liked, but they added something to him that I thought was kinda stupid. Overall, this season wasn't as good as the first, but I still liked it. Like I said, I liked the finale (not as much as the first season) but it felt more like it was trying to stop the story, postpone it, or try and make it longer, which just feels a little annoying. SPOILER: I didn't reveal this in the first season review, but in the 6th episode, they kill Garnett. That's a good portion of why I didn't like the second half of the first season, and definitely a reason why I didn't love the second season. But it's definitely not the only reason. And in the 2nd episode of this season, they kill Mack!? It's ballsy how they'll just kill any character, but it does frustrate you because you get attached, and like the characters. Especially me to Garnett, because he was my favorite character.

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