The BEST Episodes of Aftermath (2016)

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Jan 4, 2020

Network: Syfy

The Copelands battle for survival after civilization comes to an apocalyptic end -- and they are faced not only with plague – but the rise of supernatural creatures.

Now That We Talk of Dying

#1 - Now That We Talk of Dying

Season 1 - Episode 12 - Aired Dec 13, 2016

Pursued by new enemies and racing against the clock, the Copelands need to find the man who holds all the answers.

star 7.58
1,089 votes
Directors: Leslie Hope
Writers: Larry Lalonde, Philip Bedard
A Clatter and a Chatter

#2 - A Clatter and a Chatter

Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired Oct 25, 2016

After accepting help from an old friend, a deathly omen torments Karen; the Copelands learn that no refuge is truly safe.

star 7.50
1,505 votes
Directors: James Marshall
Writers: Glenn Davis, William Laurin
In Our Empty Rooms

#3 - In Our Empty Rooms

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Oct 11, 2016

While their daughter is taken in by a religious commune led by the mysterious Reverend Brother, the Copelands meet a man with the cure to the plague.

star 7.50
162 votes
Writers: Denis McGrath
What the Thunder Said

#4 - What the Thunder Said

Season 1 - Episode 7 - Aired Nov 8, 2016

With volcanic Mount Rainier about to erupt, a mysterious figure tells the family that their only salvation lies back on the deadly mountain.

star 7.46
1,469 votes
Directors: Kaare Andrews
Writers: Sarah Larsen, Sean Alexander
Madame Sosostris

#5 - Madame Sosostris

Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired Nov 1, 2016

When the family splits up, Josh leads half the party to a nearby university to find a prophetic professor, while Karen leads the others to a nearby summer camp on a supply mission.

star 7.44
1,410 votes
Directors: James Marshall
Writers: Larry Lalonde, Philip Bedard
Where the Dead Men Lost Their Bones

#6 - Where the Dead Men Lost Their Bones

Season 1 - Episode 11 - Aired Dec 6, 2016

With a family member on the verge of death, the Copelands resort to desperate measures.

star 7.41
1,185 votes
Directors: Leslie Hope
Writers:
The Barbarous King

#7 - The Barbarous King

Season 1 - Episode 9 - Aired Nov 22, 2016

The Copelands are accosted by a gang of bikers led by a figure from Karen's past. Later, it's hard to know who to trust when shapeshifters appear.

star 7.37
1,195 votes
Directors: April Mullen
Writers: Adriana Maggs
Hieronymo's Mad Againe

#8 - Hieronymo's Mad Againe

Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired Nov 29, 2016

When a family member shows plague symptoms, the Copelands go on a desperate hunt to find tetracycline.

star 7.35
1,162 votes
Directors: April Mullen
Writers: Vince Shiao
Fever of the Bone

#9 - Fever of the Bone

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired Oct 18, 2016

A horde of vicious feverheads and flesh-eating parasites force the Copeland's into a plague isolation unit.

star 7.34
1,614 votes
Writers: Adriana Maggs
Here Is No Water but Only Rock

#10 - Here Is No Water but Only Rock

Season 1 - Episode 8 - Aired Nov 15, 2016

As her family struggles to survive an eruption, Karen's visions reveal signs that may be the key to everything.

star 7.32
1,317 votes
Directors: Kaare Andrews
Writers: Denis McGrath
Whispers of Immortality

#11 - Whispers of Immortality

Season 1 - Episode 13 - Aired Dec 20, 2016

The end of the world has arrived, and the Copelands must use every ally and every bit of knowledge they possess to survive.

star 7.27
1,080 votes
Directors: Mike Rohl
Writers: Glenn Davis, William Laurin
In Rats Alley

#12 - In Rats Alley

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Oct 4, 2016

The Copelands continue their search for their daughter, and encounter catastrophic solar flares, demons and beasts that were once only mythological.

star 7.27
1,872 votes
Directors: Jason Stone
Writers: Larry Lalonde, Philip Bedard
RVL 6768

#13 - RVL 6768

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Sep 27, 2016

The Copeland family fights to survive the end of the world in the face of natural disasters, supernatural creatures, and a plague.

star 7.17
2,394 votes
Directors: Jason Stone
Writers: Glenn Davis, William Laurin