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Z Nation debuts on SyFy this fall. Filming in downtown Spokane. Z Nation debuts on SyFy this fall. Filming in downtown Spokane.
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SPOKANE, Wash. - In case you missed the first week of production for "Z Nation" in downtown Spokane, we wanted to share the photos we captured of the Zombies we could see lingering around, outside the KHQ station. 

Filming for the SyFy network's 'Z Nation' is underway!

We sent our photographer Reed Schmitt over to the set to get up close and personal with the crews, the actors, and of course, the zombies. 

'Z Nation' is expected to debut this fall on SyFy. 
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