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Zomboat! A surprisingly clever and refreshingly upbeat zombie apocalypse

Wacky six-part genre romp is replete with British humour and some of the most relatable crisis behaviour to grace end times
A ragtag group quipping their way through classic zombie movie scenarios: clockwise from left, Jo (Cara Theobold), Amar (Ryan McKen), Kat (Leah Brotherhead) and Sunny (Hamza Jeetooa) in Zomboat! Photograph: Matt Frost/ITV

If you’re craving a zombie series that ditches the cynicism and has some good old-fashioned fun with the idea, then allow me to introduce you to Zomboat!, a short, six-episode British comedy with a silly title but a surprisingly clever premise.

The series follows sisters Kat and Jo (Leah Brotherhead and Crazyhead’s Cara Theobold) after they wake up one Sunday to

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