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New Sky Atlantic Show Chernobyl Is Going To Be The Newest Binge-Worthy Show

It’s time for a new HBO show called Chernobyl to shine.

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To all the Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones fans…this show is not only going to fill your post season finale voids, but it’s also better rated than the two shows.

The Game of Thrones has officially ended and it might be leaving you a certain type of way. You might either be extremely frustrated because it wasn’t the season you expected or you might be a ball of sadness that feels like something precious was taken away from you. If you’re feeling either of the feelings or all of the above, I have some great news for you…

There is a hot and new show rising called Chernobyl, which is rated higher on iMDb than Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad. The show’s ranking is at an impressive score of 9.5 and has been getting tons of striking reviews since its release.

The cast features some remarkable actors and actresses like Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, Emma Watson, and even Laura Elphinstone who starred in Games of Thrones.

The series is about a true story that occurred in a Ukranian town in 1986 when a nuclear reactor disaster went off. The five-part miniseries covers the events that lead to the explosion and the disastrous aftermath. The series wants to highlight the brave men and women that fought through the explosion and became heroes at the end of the catastrophe.
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