All Of The Zombie Shows Available On Netflix Right Now

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Zombies are definitely a staple of the horror genre, and, if you’re a fan of them, you likely can’t get enough. While there may be dozens of zombie-related television shows and movies, there are so many ways to explore this genre that it rarely gets old. If you’re in the mood for a zombie show, Netflix has you covered with a wide range of television about zombies from scary to funny to the intellectual, so you’ll be sure to find the perfect fit. Here is a list of all of the zombie TV shows that you can stream on Netflix right now.

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10 Helix

If you’re a zombie fan, you’ve likely watched or at least heard about some of the more popular zombie shows these days. Luckily, there are some lesser known ones out there that are really good and worth a watch. Helix is about scientists from the CDC who go to the Arctic to investigate an outbreak. In the Arctic, they find a virus causing people to become violent zombies. This is a thrilling, thought-provoking zombie show that is definitely worth adding to your list.

9 Ash Vs. Evil Dead

There are two main categories of zombie stories: thrillers and comedies. If you love both, then Ash vs. Evil Dead is the perfect option for you. This show is a comedic horror that is a sequel to the Evil Dead trilogy. If you haven’t watched the films already, you can start there before jumping into streaming the television series. The show follows Ash Williams as he unleashes the zombie plague again and has to save humankind with the help of his team. If you need a break from the zombie shows that take themselves too seriously, you should definitely stream this one.

8 Glitch And The Returned

Netflix Series Glitch

Glitch and The Returned are two completely different shows, but they follow a very similar premise. Both of these shows follow small towns dealing with a strange paranormal phenomenon when dead people suddenly return to life. Instead of being ravenous zombies, however, these people are seemingly normal and healthy. Both shows are about figuring out what caused these people to return from the dead and what it all means. If you’re looking for something a little bit different than your standard zombie flair, you’ll want to check these shows out.

7 Deadset

Deadset is a zombie television show that is a little bit unexpected. This is a British series that takes place on the set of a reality television show. When an outbreak occurs on this fictional reality TV set, the filmmakers and cast have to try to survive together in the house. The show was also made by the same person who created Black Mirror. So, if you like social commentary mixed in with your horror, you should definitely give Deadset a try.

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6 Kingdom

Kim Seong-kyu in Kingdom Netflix

Kingdom is a Netflix original series, and it’s a zombie show with a historical element. This South Korean series is about Crown Prince Yi-Chang as he tries to stop the spread of an undead plague in his country. This series is both political drama and zombie horror, and, if you’re looking for a zombie television series that is different than the average, you’ll need to watch Kingdom. The first season aired earlier this year, and a second season is planned.


Santa Clarita Diet Ending

Santa Clarita Diet is a comedic series that shows that not all zombies are mindless monsters. Starring Drew Barrymore, the show follows a couple living in the suburbs whose life gets turned upside down when the wife turns into a zombie. Sheila, with the help of her husband Joel, tries to find a cure for the virus while covering up her murders. This show is extremely funny, and, although it’s now been canceled, you can watch all three seasons on Netflix right now.

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4 iZombie

iZombie is a television series that is loosely based on the comic book of the same name. This series is a mix of everything as it has crime, drama, comedy, horror, and more. The show follows Liv Moore, a regular medical resident who is turned into a zombie. To keep herself from killing innocents, she eats brains of already-dead people who make their way to her morgue. But, when she eats their brains, she takes on their personalities and memories, and she uses this strange superpower to help solve murder cases.

3 Black Summer

Jaime King Black Summer Season 1

Black Summer is one of the most recent additions to the Netflix library of zombie shows. This series is another Netflix original, but it’s a loose spin-off of the SyFy show, Z Nation. This series is set in the suburbs and shows a group of people trying to survive the zombie apocalypse in its early stages. This is a scary show, and the way it’s put together makes you feel like you’re part of the action. While it only has one season so far, Black Summer is a thrilling ride that will leave you wanting more.

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Z Nation Zombie Cast

Z Nation is one of the more well-known and established zombie television shows. This series takes place far into the apocalypse and follows survivors as they attempt to transport a man named Murphy cross country to the CDC since Murphy is the only person who has survived a zombie bite without turning. This show is a little campy at times, but it’s an interesting, fresh take on zombie lore that many viewers have loved.

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The Walking Dead Cast Led By Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Daryl (Norman Reedus)

The Walking Dead is the zombie show that everyone knows about, but there’s a reason for this. This show is well-made, dynamic, and engaging. While most zombie fans have already seen the series, with so many seasons, it never hurts to re-watch. Fans have loved this series so much because of the characters themselves and the exploration of humanity—and the lack thereof—when the world ends.

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