We are in the year 2027 and the future of humans on planet Earth is a murky one at best. The population keeps dwindling as most humans now find themselves sterile. On top of that problem those that remain are also under the threat of the Hybrids, lab fabricated creatures that seem to only exist to destroy/kill humans. Problems abound.

A team that worked well together when the problems started happening a decade ago has seen its members go their own ways. Now, with the threats mounting, Jackson, Jamie, Abraham, Dariela and Logan are drawn back together. Differences have to be put aside for the greater good. Plus they discover that Mitch, who they previously thought was dead, is alive and kicking. Now they have to work together to stop the deadly Hybrids by figuring out who is creating them.

Based on the novel by author James Patterson, Zoo is about animals who have had it with humans. They are done with all the bad things the most evolved species on the planet have done to them and the environment. Animals strike back. By season three it has evolved, via a series of twists and turns, into a full blown sci-fi based apocalyptic tale. You get science alongside conspiracies. Some of it is believable while some is ridiculous. It is a show that certainly never stands still. Always moving, changing direction and mutating. Kinda like the animals.

It is a show that has totally survived without getting much chatter or attention paid to it. The series gives us a bleak picture of the future here on this planet. Placing blame fully upon the shoulders of humans. Sterility, the same problem that drives The Handmaid’s Tale forward, is rampant. Instead of a scary religious response, the world turns to science to solve the problem. While this is not as creepy or well-acted or written as the Atwood based series, it does give us another side of the same issue.

Special Features:

-Deleted Scenes

-Season 3 Sneak Peek

-Season 3 VFX Reel

-Gag Reel