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Z Nation season 3 to premiere on September 16, 2016

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Summary and storyline

Z Nation is an American post-apocalyptic action and horror television drama series that is currently airing on the Syfy channel in the United States. Z Nation was created by Karl Schaefer and Craig Engler. The sci-fi series is produced by The Asylum, Go2 Digital Media and North By Northwest for Syfy and executive produced by Paul Bales, David Michael Latt, David Rimawi and Karl Schaefer. Season 1 of Z Nation debuted on Syfy September 12, 2014.

The highly anticipated Season 2 of Z Nation premiered on the Syfy channelin the US on Friday, September 11, 2015 and it is set to consist of 15 episodes. The season 1 premiere reached 1.58 million total viewers and the debut season of the show has averaged 1.42 million total viewers per episode, making it the cable channel’s highest-rated series in the demo.

Current season and renewal expectations

The premiere episode of season 2 drew in just slightly less than 1 million viewers, which is an almost 40% decline in the viewership if compared year-to-year. Let’s hope that the ratings improve as the season progresses, because at the San Diego Comic Con the creative team said that they have plans for the show for up to seasons 5 and 7. For those plans to become a reality, the ratings will have to hold their ground. At the moment, there have been no statements yet from Syfy about the fate of a third season, so check back with us for the latest news, or subscribe to our notifications and get the premiere date of Z Nation season 3 automatically sent to your inbox as soon as it is announced.

Latest developments

UPDATED November 6, 2015: With season 2 of the popular sci-fi and horror series is in full swing, the Syfy channel made an official announcement today that Z Nation has been renewed for season 3, which will consist of 15 one-hour episodes and premiere sometime in 2016. In its debut season, the zombie series became the highest-rated show on Syfy, but in the current season the ratings have declined and after eight episodes, the show is averaging 0.9 million viewers which is a 37% drop. The network has still made a decision to renew, probably because the series has been its most social original series in total social engagements. Since Syfy is yet to schedule the release date for new episodes, check back with us for the latest news, or subscribe to our notifications and get the premiere date of Z Nation season 3 automatically sent to your inbox as soon as it is announced.

UPDATED September 12, 2016: The Syfy network’s fall television schedule has been finalized and a highly-anticipated third installment of the channel’s hit post-apocalyptic drama series Z Nation is scheduled to begin airing in the US on Friday, September 16, 2016 at 8pm ET/PT with a special double episode. Starting on September 23rd, the horror drama will move to its regular time slot at 9/8c. Despite the ratings’ drop during the sophomore installment, the series has garnered mostly positive reviews from viewers. We are very excited to see what the creative team has in store for us in the upcoming episodes. Sign up for our notifications and we will send you an automated reminder of the premiere date of Z Nation season 3 one day prior to its release.

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Premiere date of Z Nation season 3 – September 16, 2016

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+1 Laura  2017-05-06 21:53
Thanks for finally writing about >Z Nation season 3 release date — September 16, 2016
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+1 Jeffrey  2016-09-15 09:43
I love z nation and I'm glad it's coming back can't wait to watch it should never came off the air the girl with the bat smoking hot tmi .
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-1 Kouga  2016-10-04 13:07
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