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Chernobyl
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Title

Chernobyl

Year released

2019

Genres

Drama

Classification

MA
Adult Themes

Synopsis

Valery Legasov and Soviet Deputy Prime Minister Boris Shcherbina consider using lunar rovers to remove radioactive debris, while Ulana Khomyuk tries to determine the truth about the cause of the explosion.

Seasons

  • Season 1 (2019)

One of the most praised series to come out in 2019, Chernobyl is immersive, clever and fascinating. The show excels on every level from writing to acting to directing. It offers viewers a memorable viewing experience and gives them plenty to think about.

Sure, the series is bleak, especially given the subject matter. But at the same time, it’s so well-made that you won’t be able to look away, especially thanks to great attention to historical accuracy and detail.

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