'Zoo' Premieres Tonight on CBS, Stars James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Billy Burke

James Wolk and Kristen Connolly star in Zoo.  Photo Credit: CBS
New CBS drama Zoo, based on the #1 bestselling novel by James Patterson, premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Zoo is a global thriller about a wave of violent animal attacks against humans sweeping the planet. Jackson Oz is a young renegade American zoologist who spends his days running safaris in the wilds of Africa with his best friend Abraham, who has a deep understanding of wildlife. Shortly after the attacks begin, Oz begins to see a link between the strange animal attacks and his late father’s controversial theories about impending threats to the human race. In Los Angeles, news reporter Jamie Campbell is intent on being the first to break the story behind the mysterious animal behavior, and seeks the expertise of Mitch Morgan, an off-kilter veterinarian, who prefers the company of animals over people. Nora Arnezeder stars as Chloe Tousignant, a French investigator Oz meets in Africa. As the assaults occurring worldwide become more cunning, coordinated and ferocious, Oz and the others are thrust into the race to unlock the mystery of the pandemic before there’s no place left for people to hide.

In the series premiere, "First Blood," Jackson Oz, an American ex-pat safari guide living in Africa, discovers a link between strange animal attacks on people occurring around the world and his late father's controversial theories about an impending threat to the human race. Meanwhile, journalist Jamie Campbell and veterinary pathologist Mitch Morgan team up to investigate similar abnormal animal behavior in Los Angeles.



Zoo stars James Wolk as Jackson Oz, Kristen Connolly as Jamie Campbell, Billy Burke as Mitch Morgan, Nonso Anozie as Abraham Kenyatta and Nora Arnezeder as Chloe Tousignant.

Guest starring are Ken Olin, Reid Scott, Tamara Tunie (As the World Turns), Wayne Pere, Brian Tee, Isaac White, Shane Jacobsen, Brandon Scott Stacy, Philip Fornah, Garrett Kruithof, Victor Ramsey, Jay S. Potter, Stella Allen and Henri Lubatti.

1 comment:

  1. I'll never understand how Patterson is able to make a living as a writer? A complete hack. The intelligence quotient of the American populous just keeps going down.

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