Project Zomboid TV schedule: When are the TV shows available?

Project Zomboid TV schedule: When are the TV shows available?
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Written by 

Tarran Stockton

Published 

15th Mar 2023 09:52

The Project Zomboid TV schedule is really important to learn during your first week of the apocalypse, as it provides opportunities for you to learn some key survival skills, ranging from fishing to carpentry. Project Zomboid is an open-world survival role-playing game where you are forced to endure a zombie outbreak by any means necessary.

While you'll spend a lot of time scavenging, exploring, building, and fighting, early on you'll want to make the most of your time by watching the Life and Living TV channel and earning experience in various key skills. So, take a look at our breakdown of the Project Zomboid TV schedule. 

Project Zomboid TV Schedule

Project Zomboid TV Schedule in-game
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We're going to present the Project Zomboid TV schedule by the time the show airs, the skill that you gain experience in, and the amount of XP you will earn from watching. It's important to note that if your character has the Slow Learner or Fast Learner perk, the XP you receive will be lowered or increased

Day One 

12:00 am - Fishing - 75 XP

06:00 am - Cooking - 12.5 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 75 XP

06:00 pm - Fishing - 62.5 XP

Day Two

06:00 am - Cooking - 75 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 75 XP

06:00 pm - Farming - 75 XP

Day Three

06:00 am - Cooking - 62.5 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 100 XP

06:00 pm - Fishing - 75 XP

Day Four

06:00 am - Cooking - 87.5 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 75 XP

Day Five

06:00 am - Cooking - 75 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 112.5 XP

06:00 pm - Foraging - 50 XP

Day Six

06:00 am - Cooking - 62.5 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 100 XP

06:00 pm - Trapping - 112.5 XP

Day Seven

06:00 am - Cooking - 87.5 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 112.5 XP

06:00 pm - Foraging - 100 XP

Day Eight

06:00 am - Cooking - 125 XP

12:00 pm - Carpentry - 37.5 XP

Day Nine

06:00 am - Cooking - 75 XP

That's the full Project Zomboid TV schedule, and now you will be able to gain all the vital experience you need in the skills you want to boost.

Don't forget to look at our guide to Project Zomboid foraging

Tarran Stockton
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Tarran Stockton
Tarran is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon. He previously wrote reviews for his college newspaper before studying Media and Communication at university. His favourite genres include role-playing games, strategy games, and boomer shooters - along with anything indie. You can also find him in the pit at local hardcore shows.
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