Meeting Internet video bloggers Tony, Miles and Hannah for the first time, we find them rather underwhelmed about the apocalypse and running low on survival resources such as beans, tea and Hobnobs. Planning a daring shopping raid on the zombie infested local supermarket is the only option, so Hannah hides in the bathtub doing knitting, whilst Miles and Tony head out with a shopping list, about as much skill and courage as Shaun of the Dead and some useful weapons to deal with anything brain dead that comes along.
Barricaded from the zombies at their shared flat, Internet video bloggers Tony, Hannah and Miles think they're safe shut inside; they saw Will Smith do it in I am Legend, Hannah even stays in the bath just to be absolutely certain... Of course, complacency is at least the second cousin of all F-ups, especially in an zombie plagued apocalypse, and it isn't long before night vision and Paranormal Activity style panic is required when something breaks into the flat...
Attempting to spread their social wings through the surviving Internet social network remnants of blogs, Twitter and Facebook, Miles, Tony and Hannah discover they are not the only survivors blogging the zombie apocalypse online. An opportunity to join forces and rebuild humanity? Not really, amidst debate over innuendo and veganism in a world infected with zombism any attempts at forming collective zombie killing groups quickly melts away.
Like any exciting change, even a zombie apocalypse can get a bit stale, and Hannah, Tony and Miles find their thoughts turning to love and relationships, or at least the lack of them. Deciding to bring some romance to their lives Tony surprises everyone by landing a girlfriend first, though she's not quite what the others had in mind.
The whole point of a blog is international reach or audience potential, and Miles, Tony and Hannah discover that most of human race being wiped out by a zombie apocalypse isn't as big a problem for view counts and international interest as may be expected when a new survivor turns up at their flat having seen their video blogs online, all the way from New Zealand! But can the trio of bloggers trust this new arrival? They'd best make sure...
The big season one finale, and our intrepid video bloggers Tony, Miles and Hannah decide to head to the local cinema to watch a series of short films they have created; an extreme movie premiere for the zombie apocalypse! Things go smoothly until they get to the cinema to find it over-run with zombies, sure to ruin their viewing pleasure as much as an annoying kid with noisy sweets kicking the back of your chair.
Flashback time... Season 2 begins with a glimpse at how this whole zombie infection apocalypse began, and the early days of the Internet video blog with fourth housemate Adam, an enthsiastic but ultimately doomed soul that we all miss dearly... Oh, spoiler alert!
Things take a turn for the worst when Miles and Tony face an impossible decision that every zombie apocalypse survivor must face from time to time, when one of their own number, Hannah, is bitten by a dead head and succumbs to the zombie plague; can they save her? Do they want to? Should they just put her outside and have a cup of tea? But who will make it? Some of these questions may be answered...
After the panic of Hannah getting bitten last episode, Miles and Tony find they have locked themselves out of the flat. They decide to travel beyond the confines of York city into the countryside where they discover an apparently deserted farm. Of course, it isn't really deserted but the question is are the locals more dangerous than the zombies?
Still coming to terms with the loss of third flatmate Hannah to the zombie infection, their flat and their sense of sanity, Tony and Miles decide to move on in their lives and find a replacement housemate. A great opportunity to bolster numbers, bring in fresh blood and ideas? Not as long as Tony has anything to do with it, things rapidly get complicated...
New housemate secured, a new breeze of ambition blows through the Internet bloggers home as the new boy convinces Tony and Miles to come with him to a seminar on positive thinking in a zombie apocalypse. But just how far can positive thinking take you, even with team names, when you've been bitten by a ravenous zombie?
After a dismal experience with their new flatmate and his love for motivational seminars, Miles and Tony, the only remaining bloggers of the zombie apocalypse, settle into a bachelor pad lifestyle of living on condiments and discussing lifes great questions. At least they would if there wasn't a vast horde of zombies gathering outside the flat.
After a second season full of change, season three begins with a rebalancing as our intrepid zombloggers continue their survival with plenty more zombie killing and random misadventures, but a few surprises are waiting on the horizon as Miles reveals something he has managed to keep quiet, or just forgot to mention, since the zombie apocalypse took hold.
Miles, Tony and Hannah set out on a quest to find a cure for the zombie infection, new flatmate Charlotte has picked up a nasty bite from a zombie child and there's no time to waste. Via a lucky DeLorean car find and a machine that goes ping and seems to lead them somewhere useful, they come to a mysterious facility full of terrible secrets... And zombies!
Miles, Tony, Hannah and deranged and bitten new housemate Charlotte find themselves in the creepiest and scariest Paranormal Activity / Resident Evil knock-off yet as they scope out the secretive underground facility for a cure to Charlotte's soon to be fatal zombie bite, and find far more than they were looking for.
Two part double header! The story so far... Charlotte got bitten by a zombie, Miles and Tony think they found a cure, Hannah's a ninja and ran off with the cure for some reason, leaving Charlotte puking blood and about to get zombified. One terrifying car crash and some zombies later, will things start getting back to normal in this apocalypse?
PARTY TIME! With Charlotte cured from her child zombie bite, the web bloggers kick back on the farm, settle their grievances, get drunk, act stupid and celebrate Tonyís 30th birthday, no mean feat in the time of the apocalypse. But will it be a happy occasion or will some zombie turn up to try and eat Tony's birthday braaaaaaaaaaiinnnnnsssss?
The big finish! After two brains, blood and gore soaked years of zombie apocalypse web blogging, the end is finally nigh... Who, if anyone, will be left standing? Will Tony find himself on a mysterious Lost-style island? Will someone end up standing in the corner in Blair Witch night vision? Will any of these questions have any relevance to the episode?
Back to the beginning with Zomblogalypse Zero, the prequel to end all prequels, as we learn how our three brave blogers first came together, lost their fourth housemate Adam, and started on this adventure we call Zomblogalypse, and just when that zombie apocalypse got started. Warning; may include copious use of flashbacks...
Hannah, Tony and Miles settle into the day to day grind of being some of the few survivors of a zombie apocalypse. Hannah blogs about knitting from the bath where she feels safest, and the boys spend most of their time shooting virtual X-Box zombies, but a crisis looms on the horizon.
Hannah, Tony and Miles begin to explore their barricaded house in more detail, seeking out things they may have missed like food supplies, batteries, or even an M16 assault rifle... But could they be taking things just a little too casually given the gravitas of the end of the world and a population of infected zombie types?
So exactly what are 'day to day activities' in the midst of a zombie apocalypse in York? For housemates Hannah, Tony and Miles it's all about the daily chores, such as cooking dodgy meat or playing ping pong and fighting about the results.
As the boredom of a barricaded flat continues, the three zombie apocalypse bloggers devise ever more ways of passing the time and divvying up the household chores. Miles challenges Hannah and Tony to a game of "post poker" with the unopened mail to help them make a decision, but who, or what, is that knocking at the door?
Hannah, Miles and Tony, our intrepid trio of Internet bloggers, make some essential decisions about the future of the blog, such as what to call it, and finally our four season odyssey through the zombie apocalypse comes to an end... For now!