This 10 episode zombie series came out today on Netflix and is a Brazilian remake of Britain's Dead Set from 2008. It centers around a bunch of people on a reality television set during a zombie outbreak. Dead Set wasn't a great zombie show, but I enjoyed it. It didn't take itself too seriously, and it was a nice mixture of horror and satire and social commentary. After watching the first episode just now, I can say that I have no idea whatsoever why this remake exists. It adds absolutely nothing to the original, and actually subtracts quite a bit [memorable characters, social commentary]. Dead Set had some somewhat memorable characters. I just finished this show's first episode 20 minutes ago and I already feel like I'm forgetting them. There were a couple small differences compared to Dead Set's first episode, but the majority of the scenes played out so closely to Dead Set that its almost like someone with a lower budget than Dead Set found the script in a drawer and decided to just copy it word for word, but leave out the interesting parts. The dialogue at times was exactly the same as in Dead Set, right down to details like someone being angry that Ketchup was added to a recipe, and 2 people getting in a prolonged argument over an egg at breakfast. It has apparently branded itself as a comedy, but there is no comedy whatsoever here. No satire. No slap stick. No attempt at humor. It seems like a show that marketed itself as a comedy so no one will complain when its horrible. In Dead Set there was a scene where an egotistical prick runs past a man in a wheelchair and says "get out of the way", leaving the man to die. It left you wondering how many people in real life would do that in a panic. It made me think, would I do it? If 5 FAST zombies were only a few steps behind me, would I run right past that man without much thought? In this version, the scene was absurd and involved the man actually going a couple steps out of his way go grab the guy in the wheelchair pull him between himself and the zombies, and say "here, eat him!! Eat him!". The only thing it left me wondering is how the director didn't realize the absurdity. Anyway, if you're looking for a bit of a zombie fix before the S10 finale, check out Dead Set, which is also on Netflix, and skip this watered down remake of it.