Archives: June 24, 2020

z nation

Z NATION – Pick TV Sets UK Premiere Date For Season 5

Z NATION – Pick TV Sets UK Premiere Date For Season 5 and its the Final One.

The fifth and final season of Syfy’s zombie apocolyptic drama Z Nation will have its UK premiere on the Sky channel Pick TV on Tuesday October 9th at 10pm, 2020 it has been announced.

The Z Nation series follows a group of everyday heroes during their major struggle to save the world following a zombie apocalypse. The drama series, created by former Syfy exec Craig Engler and Karl Schaefer, is produced by Sharknado indie The Asylum and stars DJ Qualls (Supernatural), Kellita Smith (The Bernie Mac Show), Anastasia Baranova (The Darkness II), Russell Hodgkinson (Big Fish), Keith Allan (Rise of the Zombies), Emilio Rivera (Sons of Anarchy), Matt Cedeño (Devious Maids), Nat Zang and Joseph Gatt.

The  group embarks on a dangerous USA cross-country mission to take the one man who survived a deadly zombie virus, hoping he holds the key to a vaccine.

sliced tv show

“Sliced” is Coming Back To Our TVs on Dave Channel

“Sliced” is Coming Back To Our TVs on Dave.

UKTV announces today that Sliced is returning to Dave for another 6 episodes.  Sliced is co-written by its BAFTA-nominated star Samson Kayo  who plays Joshua, a down-on-his-luck pizza delivery driver in London.

The first three episodes reached over 1.7million viewer and was written by Samson Kayo and Phil Bowker and produced by Lovely Electricity. It is commissioned for UKTV by Pete Thornton, head of scripted, and ordered by Richard Watsham, director of commissioning, Luke Hales, Dave channel director, and Steve North, genre general manager, comedy and entertainment.

Sliced will be on our TV screens on Dave later this year.

Some media comments:

  • “Sweary, sweet and genuinely funny” – The Sun TV Mag
  • “Charming” – says The Guardian
  • “Scabrous, filthy, but funny” – reported the Daily Mail
  • “Officially our new favourite show … Dave’s best sitcom yet” – as written by Digital Spy
  • “Extremely relatable” – commented the Daily Mirror