Zombie Shows to binge watch now that ‘The Walking Dead’ is ending

We’re all into various kinds of distractions these days. And who doesn’t love a good zombie movie? The walking dead aren’t just for movies, though. There are tons of fantastic TV shows that feature them. For those who enjoyed watching The Walking Dead, we’ve rounded up six zombie titles to add to your watchlist.

1. Kingdom: The Zombie Show with political drama

South Korean political period horror thriller, based on the webtoon series The Kingdom of the Gods.

Without a doubt, the greatest zombie show on Netflix, and possibly among the best TV shows of all time, zombie or not. Kingdom is set in medieval Joseon Korea and tells the story of a future king whose father died under mysterious circumstances. Now he has to deal with a zombie outbreak as well as his stepmother’s political shenanigans. There’s nothing else quite like it, both in terms of location and the fact that it’s also a political drama. It also has slightly tweaked zombie regulations, which play a big role in getting a lit second season. Kingdom raises the standard for what a zombie story should be, from gorgeous cinematography to gripping storytelling.

2. Reality Z: The Netflix Original Zombie Series

One of the best zombie shows to binge-watch.
Brazilian horror web television series based on the British television miniseries Dead Set.

This Brazilian Netflix Original series gives the reality TV genre a zombie twist. Olimpo producers The House of the Gods seem to be doing everything they can to keep their series on the air as the city sees riots and news broadcasts are called “fear mongering”. However, as the zombie plague progresses, the riots turn into armies of flesh-eating zombies that regularly invade the city. It’s traditional zombie-fueled mayhem and fun to watch. It adds a whole new dimension to who will be the last one standing.

3. iZombie: The Zombie Detective Show

One of the best zombie shows to binge-watch.
American supernatural crime drama television series developed by Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright.

The CW’s iZombie follows Liv Moore, an aspiring doctor who transforms into a zombie and finds a job at the medical examiner’s office so she can eat brains. However, it turns out that the zombies take on the personal characteristics and memories of the people whose brains they consume. So Liv teams up with Seattle Police Department Detective Clive Babineaux and his boss to investigate the crimes. This show features entertaining stories as well as a wide cast of characters. If you want to watch an undead show that’s more fun than scary, iZombie is for you.

4. Happiness: The Stealth Zombie Series

One of the best zombie shows to binge-watch.
South Korean television series with Han Hyo-joo, Park Hyung-sik and Jo Woo-jin.

Happiness is no ordinary zombie movie. It’s one of the zombie shows set in years to come, and “Next”, an unsuccessful COVID-19 cure, resulted in the emergence of a contagious new virus known as “Rita”. . People with this disease experience intense anger and bloodlust, which leaves them in a zombie-like state for some time. Tenants of an apartment complex are forced to follow quarantine precautions to suppress the outbreak, reflecting the actual pandemic today.

5. We’re All Dead: The Teen Zombie Show

One of the best zombie shows to binge-watch.
South Korean Zombie Apocalypse Horror TV Series Streaming.

What’s harder than navigating the rough seas of high school? Imagine being stuck with a zombie apocalypse. This is precisely what the teenagers of a South Korean high school in this zombie show have to deal with as a terrible disease spreads across campus, turning students and teachers into zombie creatures that devour all who are approaching it. This zombie survival drama stars Yoon Chan-young, Park Ji-hoo, Cho Yi-hyun, Park Solomon, and Yoo In-soo, and is inspired by Joo Dong-geun’s anime series.

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