During the 22nd Century, science and technology had advanced beyond ethical bounds, so most of mankind reversed course. Eventually, global dictatorships violated the United Nation's ...
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During the 22nd Century, science and technology had advanced beyond ethical bounds, so most of mankind reversed course. Eventually, global dictatorships violated the United Nation's Bioethics Treaty, secretly stockpiling arms. As a result, an oblivious America was attacked. Retaliation with augmented nuclear weaponry had unforeseen effects, affecting most survivors in the Western Hemisphere and altering the rest. Those infected became ravenous beasts, feeding off the remaining population. But pockets of humanity remain.Written by
The cast was originally Amber Masterson (as Kat), Brenden Whitney (as Blake), Cal Nguyen (as Jim), Frank Rodrigez (as Landon), Lauren Jones-Gardner (as Rosie), Natalie Snow (as Rachael), Shaun Frenza (as Cameron) and Thomas Owens (as Russell). When the rights were sold to Cal Nguyen, he was the only one to remain with the project except for Amber, who's character was recast, but she remained as head composer on the production side. See more »
I was drawn in after seeing an ad for this show which I believed was because of my love for all things Fallout (the video game series). Day Zero reminds me of LOST and X-Files as far as TV goes but for games, more so like The Last of Us, Hulk or Fallout. I was hooked from the beginning to end, the realism and attention to detail was put to good use. For example, women in this environment still want to look pretty and I don't blame them (that's a natural human response to escaping the realities of a post-apocalyptic situation). Many "what if" scenarios here, some may think "controversial" (especially in Season 2). Fantastic little indie :)
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