Back chilling on the disaster of 1986.
This is what is called a series disaster. But a real series disaster. The tragedy of Chernobyl will be revisited by HBO via a new mini-series in 5 episodes, which will be called Chernobyl.
It will describe the errors that led to the nuclear fusion reactor 4 of the Ukrainian central in 1986, which was then part of the soviet Union – and the tragic health consequences that have followed, all over Europe.
Chernobyl will be carried out in entirety by Johan Renck (Breaking Bad). In the audition, we will find Jared Harris (The Terror), in the skin of Valery Legasov, one of the leading nuclear physicists soviets. Has its sides, Stellan Skarsgård (Melancholia) will play the vice-soviet Premier Boris Shcherbina, charged by the Kremlin to lead the government commission on Chernobyl in the hours immediately following the accident. Emily Watson (Breaking the Waves) will be Ulana Khomyuk, a nuclear physicist soviet commitment to resolve the mystery of what led to the disaster.
The series will be broadcast on HBO starting Monday, may 6, and in France on OCS.