"Chernobyl" is a 2019 historical drama television series directed by Johan Renck and Craig Mazin.
The starring cast includes Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, Paul Ritter, Jessie Buckley, Adam Nagaitis, Con O'Neill, Emily Watson, Adrian Rawlins, Sam Troughton, Robert Emms and others.
Here are "Chernobyl" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Chernobyl TV series?
HBO on Thursday, March 28, 2019 released the trailer for "Chernobyl" you can watch here:
Chernobyl (2019) | Official Trailer | HBO.
What is Chernobyl TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Chernobyl" TV series plot summary.
Chernobyl dramatizes the story of the April 1986 nuclear plant disaster which occurred in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union, telling the stories of the people who caused the disaster and those who responded to it. The series depicts some of the lesser-known stories of the disaster, including the efforts of the firefighters who were the first responders on the scene, volunteers, and teams of miners who dug a critical tunnel under Reactor 4.
The miniseries is based in large part on the recollections of Pripyat locals, as told by Belarusian Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich in her book Voices from Chernobyl.
Who plays who in the Chernobyl TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Chernobyl" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Jared Harris as Valery Legasov the deputy director of the Kurchatov Institute brought in to aid cleanup efforts
Stellan Skarsgård as Boris Shcherbina a Council of Ministers' deputy chairman
Paul Ritter as Anatoly Dyatlov the deputy chief engineer at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant
Jessie Buckley as Lyudmilla Ignatenko the wife of Vasily Ignatenko
Adam Nagaitis as Vasily Ignatenko a Pripyat firefighter and first responder to the Chernobyl fire
Con O'Neill as Viktor Bryukhanov the manager of Chernobyl
Emily Watson as Ulana Khomyuk a nuclear physicist from Minsk
Adrian Rawlins as Nikolai Fomin the chief engineer at Chernobyl
Sam Troughton as Aleksandr Akimov the night shift supervisor at Chernobyl
Robert Emms as Leonid Toptunov the senior engineer at Chernobyl
David Dencik as Mikhail Gorbachev the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Mark Lewis Jones as Vladimir Pikalov the commander of the Soviet chemical forces
Alan Williams as Charkov the KGB's first deputy chairman
Ralph Ineson as Nikolai Tarakanov the chief supervisor of the cleanup operation
Barry Keoghan as Pavel Gremov a civilian liquidator draftee
Alex Ferns as Andrei Glukhov the mining crew chief
Fares Fares as Bacho a Georgian soldier and Soviet - Afghan War veteran
Michael McElhatton as Andrei Stepashin the prosecutor for the trial of Dyatlov, Bryukhanov, and Fomin
Karl Davies as Viktor Proskuryakov a senior reactor control engineer trainee at Chernobyl
Adam Lundgren as Vyacheslav Brazhnik the senior turbine operator at Chernobyl
Nadia Clifford as Svetlana Zinchenko a doctor treating Vasily Ignatenko and others with radiation sickness
Joshua Leese as Igor Kirschenbaum a senior turbine control engineer at Chernobyl
Billy Postlethwaite as Boris Stolyarchuk the senior unit #4 control engineer at Chernobyl
Michael Socha as Mikhail a resident of Pripyat and father of a young baby
Jamie Sives as Anatoly Sitnikov the deputy chief operational engineer at Chernobyl sent to inspect the exploded core
Douggie McMeekin as Aleksandr Yuvchenko a senior engineer-mechanic on duty the night of the explosion
Donald Sumpter as Zharkov a Pripyat executive committee member
Baltasar Breki Samper as Alexei Ananenko one of the volunteers
Philip Barantini as Valeri Bezpalov one of the volunteers
Jay Simpson as Valeriy Perevozchenko the foreman in the reactor section
Josef Altin as Soldier
Alexej Manvelov as Garo an Armenian soldier
Hilton McRae as Milan Kadnikov the judge presiding over the trial of Dyatlov, Bryukhanov, and Fomin
James Cosmo as a miner
Michael Colgan as Mikhail Shchadov Soviet Minister of Coal Industry
Kieran O'Brien as Valery Khodemchuk the night shift main circulating pump operator at Chernobyl
Natasha Radski as Russian News Reader
Laura Elphinstone as Oksana
Jan Ricica as Oksana's Kid
Gerard Kearns as Pravik
Michael Shaeffer as Blond Man
Ron Cook as Old Maternity Doctor
Povilas Jatkevicius as Kibenok
Ross Armstrong as Nikolai Gorbachenko
Paulius Markevicius as Aleksandr Kudryavstev
Amanda Drew as Kremlin Aide Female
Oscar Dyekjær Giese as Baranov
Karolis Kasperavicius as Viktor Degtaryenko
Cait Davis as Local Wife
Darius Petkevicius as Local Husband
Tomas Zaibus as Policeman
June Watson as Old Woman Babushka
Matthew Needham as Dmitri
Sergejus Ivanovas as Survey Soldier
Rosie Sheehy as Nurse Pripyat
Caoilfhionn Dunne as Yenina
Pandora Colin as Dr. Vetrova
Josef Davies as Janek
Simonas Dovidauskas as KGB Driver
Rachel Atkins as Niyazova
Velta Zygure as Elderly Librarian
Paulius Cizinauskas as KGB Agent Library
Mark Bagnall as Jughashvili (Robot Operator)
Ian Pirie as Site Officer Masha
Sam Strike as Misha
Andrew Sheridan as Biorobot
Sammy Hayman as Titenok
Lukas Malinauskas as Biorobot Soldier
Arnas Danusas as Soldier (Miner's Bus)
Marius Karolis Gotbergas as Biorobot Soldier
Peter Guinness as Major Burov
Laurence Spellman as Commission Heli Pilot
James Kermack as Miner
Alison Pargeter as BCP HQ Aide Female
Victor McGuire as Garanin
Karolis Vilkas as Miner
Sakalas Uzdavinys as Ilya Ivanovich Chulkov
Sarunas Datenis as Soldier (Reactor Site)
Deividas Breive as Soldier (Mobile Office)
Matas Dirgincius as Vladimir Tishchura
Aidas Jurgaitis as Soldier (Shelter)
Aiste Gramantaite as Bartender in Polyssia Hotel
Caolan Byrne as Day Shift Worker
Stephen Bisland as Night Shift Worker
Alex Blake as Petrovich
Daniel Crossley as Stasiuk
Lucy Russell as Marina Gruzinskaya
Diarmaid Murtagh as Zukauskas
Yitzchak Averbuch as General
Joe Tucker as Plant Employee
What are Chernobyl filming details?
"Chernobyl" series are produced by HBO, Sky Television plc, Sky UK, Sister Pictures, The Mighty Mint and Word Games.
The average duration of each episode is 59 - 72 minutes. Country of origin: United States and United Kingdom. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Chernobyl TV series?
"Chernobyl" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 9.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 100/100.
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