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The mini-series Chernobyl, based on events at the nuclear site, was quite good. I watched in over the New Year. This is Craig Mazen's baby. While I don't consider him the most imaginative TV writer on Earth, he is nonetheless a very competent one, and ideally suited for this type of project.  These type of events IRL are worth remembering when we get haughty as human beings. Anyone else see it?

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The mini-series Chernobyl, based on events at the nuclear site, was quite good. I watched in over the New Year. This is Craig Mazen's baby. While I don't consider him the most imaginative TV writer on

I'll have to check it out.    I hope to watch this miniseries again, too. I saw in the news that  fires in the exclusion zone are causing radiation levels to spike.   Also, PBS had a documentary

did they talk about the fungus they found thriving on the radioactive waste ??   they have also found it at the Japan reactor damaged after the tsunami !

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Really enjoyed Chernobyl mini-series, I thought it was really thought provoking and well made. Great acting too. Of course I kept thinking back to the Yaponchick episode of Millennium, who wouldn't?

By the way, if you haven't seen The Americans, it is highly recommended. I mention it not because of the great storyline and obvious Russia link, but because it was nice to see Boris Krutonog (the Russian cop who was hunting Yaponchik in the US) in a number of episodes and he has become a really good actor.

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Hi @seesthru

Yes, The Americans has indeed finished after 6 critically-acclaimed seasons and 75 episodes. Really good ending too for a change! ☺️

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I'll have to check it out.    I hope to watch this miniseries again, too.

I saw in the news that  fires in the exclusion zone are causing radiation levels to spike.   Also, PBS had a documentary out about the animals in the exclusion zone.   I watched it some years ago, and it was surprising.   

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