Thursday, October 2, 2014

Z Nation NEW Television Series From The Asylum

The Asylum a movie studio that I review for has a new series and the first series for the studio as well. It is about zombies , just when you thought it was safe on TV from these creatures of the dead another series comes along. Very much like the zombies themselves people craving to see more shows and movies about them are rising like the dead.
Photos: "Bill Moseley as General McCandles in Z NATION'S 'Full Metal Zombie,'" copyright The Asylum, 2014. 
(From Press Release)
Friday’s episode of Z Nation, called “Full Metal Zombie,” will feature zombie genre and horror veteran Bill Moseley as General McCandles, a mysterious leader who controls a high-rise full of zombies. Moseley, known for roles in THE DEVIL’S REJECTS and ARMY OF DARKNESS, is a career horror veteran and a welcome addition to Z Nation’s ensemble.

In “Full Metal Zombie,” Moseley plays General McCandles, the last officer standing at what used to be Central Command of the US Armed Forces. When the z-pocalypse hit, he took charge of the Army on the East Coast. In Friday’s episode, Citizen Z directs the team to a helicopter rumored to be parked atop a zombie-filled skyscraper controlled by the General.
"Bill [Moseley] is at his best in ‘Full Metal Zombie,’” says producer David Michael Latt of The Asylum, adding, “He is the most deranged, bad-ass general to ever survive a zombie apocalypse."
Photos: "Bill Moseley as General McCandles in Z NATION'S 'Full Metal Zombie,'" copyright The Asylum, 2014. Z Nation premiered as Syfy’s highest-rated acquired scripted series premiere since Dr. Who in 2006 and was the network’s most social acquisition ever. The pilot, “Puppies and Kittens,” won the 10pm timeslot for Syfy, outperforming AMC’s Turn and Halt and Catch Fire as well as TNT’s Legends, WGNA’s Salem, and Outlander on Starz. The second episode drew more viewers than the first in both the US and Canada (where it airs on Space), and the show continues to draw high viewerships and young-skewing audiences.
Z Nation is produced by The Asylum and airs Friday nights at 10pm on Syfy & SPACE in Canada.

 The Asylum is one of the world's leading brand-oriented motion picture and television studios. With a focus on high-concept, market-driven entertainment, like the SHARKNADO franchise, The Asylum finances, produces and releases 25 films per year through its direct pipeline to the nation's top retailers and its network of international partners. Since itsfounding in 1997, The Asylum has released more than 500 films and has built a library of over 200 original productions, including top-rated movie premieres for Syfy, Lifetime, and Animal Planet networks. Z NATION is The Asylum’s first television series.

 I am not a big television watcher at all I really prefer movies and music over anything else to occupy my time with but will check it out at some point.Anyone that knows me knows that I will watch almost any kind of film but television not so much. 

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Anthony Nadeau

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