Bad news, 'Zombieland' fans. In spite of of the modestly enthusiastic reception to Amazon's 'Zombieland' TV series pilot, it seems Amazon has officially decided to pass on continuing production of the series. The streaming service will continue to narrow its field in search of a pilot to take to full season production, but has 'Zombieland' officially been put down? Find out about the franchise's future inside!

Excited as we were to have Ruben Fleischer's 2009 film 'Zombieland' continued in Amazon's TV format, via Deadline we've learned that Amazon has passed on the 'Zombieland' pilot, as well as the musical workforce comedy 'Browsers.' Amazon will continue narrowing down its choices of which pilot to take to series, largely based on viewer reception to the various series.

'Zombieland' the TV series picked up two weeks after the events of the 2009 film, and featured a cast comprised of Kirk Ward as Tallahassee, Maiara Walsh as Wichita, Tyler Ross as Columbus, and Izabela Vodovic as Little Rock. Original ‘Zombieland’ writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick wrote the pilot and executive produced the show alongside the movie’s producer, Gavin Polone.

We'll certainly lament that Amazon decided to pass on the pilot, flawed though it might have been, though we're told that it's possible another outlet could pick up the 'Zombieland' series. What say you? Are you sad that Amazon said no to the 'Zombieland' TV series? Watch the trailer below, and tell us what you think in the comments!

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