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Im April kommt es im ukrainischen Atommeiler Tschernobyl zu einer katastrophalen Kernschmelze. Feuerwehr und Ersthelfer geben alles, um den Unglücksort zu sichern und die Folgen des Ereignisses einzudämmen - doch diese sind weitreichend. Chernobyl ist eine US-amerikanisch-britische Miniserie des Senders HBO, die vom 6. Mai bis zum 3. Juni ausgestrahlt wurde. Im deutschsprachigen. Sky Original "Chernobyl" über die Atomkatastrophe vom April in Tschernobyl. Alle Infos zur neuen Serie und wie du sie sehen kannst. Das ist unnötig, denn sonst ist "Chernobyl" ein weiterer Beweis, dass HBO – diesmal mit Sky als Partner – hochqualitative Serien drehen kann. Der Reaktor-Thriller "Chernobyl" gilt vielen Beobachtern als beste Das anfangs nur zurückhaltend beworbene Projekt von Sky und HBO hat.
Chernobyl ist eine US-amerikanisch-britische Miniserie des Senders HBO, die vom 6. Mai bis zum 3. Juni ausgestrahlt wurde. Im deutschsprachigen. Mit „Chernobyl“ ist HBO ein neuer Hit gelungen – gerade rechtzeitig nachdem die letzte Staffel „Game of Thrones“ im TV gelaufen ist. In diesem. Im April kommt es im ukrainischen Atommeiler Tschernobyl zu einer katastrophalen Kernschmelze. Feuerwehr und Ersthelfer geben alles, um den Unglücksort zu sichern und die Folgen des Ereignisses einzudämmen - doch diese sind weitreichend.
Hbo Chernobyl - Die großartige HBO-Serie „Chernobyl“ rekonstruiert den größten Atomunfall der Geschichte.So dauert es ewige drei Tage, bis man endlich die Einwohner der Stadt Pripyat evakuiert, die in der Nähe des Kernkraftwerks liegt. Hauptkulisse war das Innere des Kernkraftwerk Ignalina , einem stillgelegten Kernkraftwerk, das wegen seiner optischen Ähnlichkeit zu Tschernobyl ausgewählt wurde. Die Serie zeigt die Folgen der Nuklearkatastrophe von Tschernobyl im April und stützt sich dabei weitgehend auf reale Gegebenheiten.
Ulana Khomyuk 4 episodes, Paul Ritter Anatoly Dyatlov 4 episodes, Robert Emms Leonid Toptunov 4 episodes, Sam Troughton Alexandr Akimov 4 episodes, Karl Davies Viktor Proskuryakov 3 episodes, Michael Socha Mikhail 3 episodes, Laura Elphinstone Oksana 3 episodes, Jan Ricica Oksana's Kid 3 episodes, Adrian Rawlins Nikolai Fomin 3 episodes, Alan Williams Viktor Bryukhanov 3 episodes, Douggie McMeekin Yuvchenko 2 episodes, Nadia Clifford Svetlana Zinchenko 2 episodes, David Dencik Mikhail Gorbachev 2 episodes, Gerard Kearns Pravik 2 episodes, Mark Lewis Jones General Pikalov 2 episodes, Adam Lundgren Brazhnik 2 episodes, Michael Shaeffer Blond Man 2 episodes, Jamie Sives Sitnikov 2 episodes, Ron Cook Old Maternity Doctor 2 episodes, Povilas Jatkevicius Kibenok 2 episodes, Jay Simpson Perevozchenko 2 episodes, Joshua Leese Kirschenbaum 2 episodes, Ross Armstrong Nikolai Gorbachenko 2 episodes, Paulius Markevicius Boris Stolyarchuk 2 episodes, Ralph Ineson General Tarakanov 2 episodes, Baltasar Breki Samper Ananenko 2 episodes, Barry Keoghan Pavel 2 episodes, Philip Barantini Bezpalov 2 episodes, Amanda Drew Baranov 2 episodes, Karolis Kasperavicius Viktor Degtaryenko 2 episodes, Cait Davis Local Husband 2 episodes, Donald Sumpter Zharkov 2 episodes, Tomas Zaibus Learn more More Like This.
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True Detective TV Series Money Heist TV Series Action Crime Mystery. Edit Storyline In April , a huge explosion erupted at the Chernobyl nuclear power station in northern Ukraine.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia The popularity of the miniseries was credited with a 30 to 40 percent spike in tourism to Chernobyl and Pripyat in the months following the premiere.
Goofs People refer to each other in the form "Comrade-surname," which is inappropriate among colleagues. Dyatlov's subordinates would have called him "Dyatlov" among themselves and "Anatoly Stepanovich" his first name and patronymic when addressing him directly, rather than "Comrade Dyatlov.
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Historical drama Tragedy . UHDTV p. On the second anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, Valery Legasov , chief of the commission investigating it, records tapes blaming engineer Anatoly Dyatlov and other superiors for the incident, before hiding the tapes and hanging himself in his Moscow apartment his death occurs the day after the second anniversary in real-life.
At Reactor 4's control room, Dyatlov dismisses evidence that their reactor core has exploded. He calls in firefighters and workers, and futilely orders subordinates to manually lower control rods and restore cooling before leaving his post.
Multiple plant workers and firefighters, including Vasily, subsequently suffer from acute radiation syndrome ARS.
Plant Director Bryukhanov , Chief Engineer Fomin and Dyatlov conclude that a hydrogen explosion caused leakage of contaminated vessel water, and the Pripyat Executive Committee elects to downplay the incident and blocks evacuation.
Deputy chief operational engineer Sitnikov reports seeing nuclear graphite on the ground and the others reject this. As Dyatlov succumbs to ARS, they force Sitnikov to the roof to make a visual inspection, where he receives a lethal dose of radiation.
Legasov is informed of an under control accident at Chernobyl and ordered to provide technical advice to the committee managing the response.
Seven hours after the explosion, Ulana Khomyuk detects a spike in radiation levels in Minsk. When her concerns are dismissed by local authorities, she sets out for Chernobyl, the likely source.
In Moscow, Legasov explains to Mikhail Gorbachev that the situation is more serious than reported and is sent to Chernobyl with a skeptical Boris Shcherbina.
From a helicopter, Legasov points out graphite debris and a blue glow from ionizing radiation , indicating the core is exposed.
Shcherbina confronts Bryukhanov and Fomin, who accuse Legasov of misinformation, but General Pikalov has high-range dosimeter readings that prove Legasov is correct.
Legasov instructs the military to suppress the fire with sand and boron as an initial step but with risks of its own. As news of the incident spreads, Pripyat is finally evacuated.
Upon arrival, Khomyuk warns Legasov and Shcherbina that a destructive steam explosion will occur if the molten core establishes contact with water in the flooded basement.
A lethal mission to drain the water is authorized and plant workers Ananenko, Bezpalov, and Baranov volunteer. The basement is successfully drained, but a nuclear meltdown has begun, threatening to contaminate the groundwater.
Shcherbina and Legasov report to Gorbachev that a heat exchanger is needed under the plant, for which Mikhail Shchadov recruits from Tula coal miners, led by Glukhov, to excavate a tunnel in extremely adverse conditions.
Shcherbina warns Legasov that they are under KGB surveillance. Legasov sends Khomyuk to a Moscow hospital, where she finds Dyatlov uncooperative but learns from dying Toptunov and Akimov that the reactor exploded after Akimov initiated an emergency shutdown , a scenario thought impossible.
Bribing her way into the hospital and lying about her pregnancy, Lyudmilla is allowed to visit Vasily, witnessing the harrowing deterioration of his health and disobeying orders by staying with her husband longer than instructed.
During Khomyuk's visit to the hospital, she witnesses Vasily touching Lyudmilla. Realizing that Lyudmilla is pregnant, Khomyuk threatens to report everything to the committee and is arrested by KGB agents.
She is imprisoned, but Legasov arranges her release. As Shcherbina and Legasov report to the Central Executive Committee their decontamination plans requiring the mass mobilization of liquidators , Lyudmilla stands among relatives of other deceased ARS victims as Vasily's body, sealed in a zinc casket, is buried in concrete at a mass grave.
Residents are evacuated from the wider Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and decontamination operations are underway.
Civilian draftee Pavel is paired with Soviet—Afghan War veteran Bacho to patrol the Zone to shoot and dispose of abandoned animals due to radioactive contamination.
Chernobyl liquidator commander General Nikolai Tarakanov deploys Lunokhod programme rovers to clear the plant's roof for a shelter. After a West German police robot almost instantly fails on the most irradiated level, Tarakanov is forced to cycle 3, liquidators to clear it by hand, allowed only 90 seconds each, once.
Khomyuk investigates the Moscow archives and confronts a recovering Dyatlov, who knows the government is not interested in the truth. Khomyuk reveals an article about an identical incident at the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant in , suppressed by the KGB, and tells them Lyudmilla gave birth to a girl who soon died from radiation poisoning.