SPOILER ALERT!! - Reunited and on the road, the group travels South on the lookout for a new home. They encounter a small but thriving community of survivors and, after some initial trepidation, decide to take up their offer of hospitality. While Al (Philip Rhys) and Sarah (Robyn Addison) enjoy their new romance, Tom (Max Beesley) simmers as Anya (Zoe Tapper) makes friends with the new community’s leader, Judy (Morven Christie). Greg (Paterson Joseph) and Abby (Julie Graham) leave together to follow up their own investigations: Greg into a mysterious postcard he was sent shortly before the virus hit, and Abby into the Lab and the imprisoned survivors she met during her time there. Meanwhile, Sarah discovers an elderly couple dying from a new, mutant strain of the virus. Episode 11 airs Tuesday, April 20th @ 9:00 p.m. EST/PST on BBC America.
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SPOILER ALERT!! - With Abby (Julie Graham) still missing, and Greg (Patterson Joseph) recovering from his injuries, the group is holed up in the city, scavenging for survival. While Naj (Chahak Patel) leaves graffiti messages across the crumbling landscape for Abby, Tom (Max Beesley) steals supplies from another group of survivors. The group learns that other people have been abducted in the same way as Abby, and the kidnappers bear the markings of PSJ, a pharmaceutical company with offices in the city. As Tom leads Al (Philip Rhys), Anya (Zoe Tapper) and Sarah (Robyn Addison) off on this trail, Greg and Naj find themselves confronted by the group Tom stole from. Meanwhile, in the lab, Abby is re-infected by Whittaker (Nicholas Gleaves), who will stop at nothing to find his miracle vaccine. Episode eight airs Tuesday, March 3oth @ 9:00 p.m. EST/PST on BBC America.
SPOILER ALERT!! - When a so-called spiritual leader called John (Kieran O’Brien) turns up at the survivors’ home with his group of followers, some in the house are suspicious of his motives. Charming and eloquent, John is a preacher with a unique perspective on the new world, but the family’s opinion of him is split. Some find comfort in his message, while others are deeply distrusting of his motives.
Linda (Claire Keelan), a woman in John’s group, is pregnant, and Abby (Julie Graham) allows her to stay until the baby is born. Anya (Zoe Tapper) fears that she will be forced to reveal the fact that she is a doctor if there are any problems with the birth. Worse than that, she picks up on some unusual remarks made by John, which make her concerned for the group’s safety.
Al (Philip Rhys) is much more positive about John’s group. He spots a pretty woman called Louise (Louise Dylan) and uses his charm to seduce her. He is feeling much more like his old self - until he realises that Louise isn’t as innocent as she seems. Meanwhile, Anya’s fears are realized when Linda experiences complications and John’s serene facade starts to crumble. As the situation reaches crisis point, Anya is forced to confront some harrowing truths about her own past, putting her relationship with Tom (Max Beesley) on a new footing. Abby and the others also realize that, through a misguided act of kindness, they have put themselves in terrible jeopardy. Episode five airs Saturday, March 13 @ 9:oo p.m. EST on BBC America.
SPOILER ALERT!! - Abby (Julie Graham) learns of a group of young boys living at a nearby mansion called Waterhouse. She is determined to see if Peter is there, and leaves her new friends in order to find her son. When she arrives at Waterhouse, she walks into the middle of a land dispute between Jimmy Garland (Joseph Millson), an ex-Army officer who has an ancestral claim to the mansion, and an aggressive group of teenage boys who have taken up residence there.
In Abby’s absence, her surrogate family is in danger of falling apart. Tom (Max Beesley), Sarah (Robyn Addison), Al (Philip Rhys) and Najid (Chahak Patel) are drawn to the comfort and security that Samantha’s (Nikki Amuka-Bird) community provides. Tom settles into his new surroundings quickly and starts to see himself in a position of power in the new society that Samantha hopes to build.
Things quickly go wrong for Al, however, as he is ejected from the community when Samantha decides he will not fit in. Tom sees the chance to prove himself to Samantha, but will his criminal past catch up with him? Meanwhile, Greg (Patterson Joseph) and Anya (Zoe Tapper) are left to protect the survivors’ house alone, and an encounter with some unwelcome visitors provides a vivid reminder of how vulnerable they are without the group. Episode four airs Saturday, March 6th @ 9:00 p.m. EST on BBC America.
SPOILER ALERT!! - Abby Grant (Julie Graham) is a mother and housewife, married to David (Shaun Dingwall). The couple returns from vacation at the point where a virulent flu virus is beginning to sweep the world. Abby is worried about her 11-year-old son Peter, who recently recovered from leukemia and is on a school adventure holiday.
As the crisis deepens, Samantha Willis (Nikki Amuka-Bird), Junior Minister for Health, tries to keep public panic under control as essential services start to break down. Elsewhere, in a modern high-security prison, Tom Price (Max Beesley), a charismatic and dangerous inmate, is the only one who does not fall ill as the prison becomes a charnel house with prisoners dying one by one.
At a large inner-city hospital, services are at the breaking point. Jenny (Freema Agyeman), a bright and lively young teacher in a primary school, is overwhelmed by the chaos she sees all around her – but she is determined to save the life of her roommate, Patricia (Bryony Afferson).
Dr. Anya Raczynski (Zoe Tapper), beautiful junior doctor in the Accident and Emergency department, finds she can’t save her best friend Patricia from the virus which is killing virtually everyone who contracts it. In contrast, Al Sadiq (Philip Rhys), a wealthy playboy, is determined not to let the virus stop him from having fun (at this point no one understands how deadly it is). But the following morning he finds the girl he met at a club the night before dead in his bed. In the aftermath of the virus, Al finds himself responsible for Najid (Chahak Patel), a young Muslim boy. Al has never seen himself as the paternal type and initially proves to be a disaster as a father figure.
Greg Preston (Paterson Joseph), a former systems analyst, seems more prepared than most, his car is well-stocked and he seems calm in the face of the catastrophe. But when his car is involved in a collision with one of the survivors, Greg’s plans are temporarily derailed.
Meanwhile, Tom manages to escape from prison. He returns home to retrieve a bag full of cash and a gun…With a dangerous prisoner on the loose, and other survivors who will hoard whatever spoils they can, the brave new world is a precarious place for a mismatched group of survivors, who must stand together or die. Survivors – Episode 1 airs Saturday, February 13th at the special time of 8:00 p.m. EST/PST on BBC America.
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