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The Chernobyl Podcast | Part Five | HBO

Hear about the series finale from Peter Sagal and Craig Mazin

Peter Sagal and Craig Mazin discuss the fifth and final episode of Chernobyl. Valery Legasov (Jared Harris), Boris Shcherbina (Stellan Skarsgård) and Ulana Khomyuk (Emily Watson) risk their lives and reputations to expose the truth about Chernobyl. On the podcast, Mazin exposes the truth about the finale. He compares the real show trial with the series’s depiction, explaining where he took liberties and why. We’ll also hear from production designer Luke Hull about recreating the trial room. And finally, Sagal and Mazin talk about what’s happened since Chernobyl, and what they’ve taken away from this series. #HBO #ChernobylHBO #Chernobyl
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  1. Russia is making their own Chernobyl movie and it blames America for the explosion.

  2. Mazins final thoughts made me think of the Unabomber series, where stopping at a red light is a crucial point for the main character. Very interesting.

  3. Thank you very much! Вечная память!

  4. Here's the thing: I subscribe HBO GO from Brazil but so far haven't been able to watch Chernobyl's season finale. What's going on? People can download it ilegally but I can't watch it on the official platform? Guys, wake the F up! I'm dodging spoilers on a daily basis and that should be unnecessary for obvious reasons.

    How do I get some answers?

  5. Having read what Craig Mazin's previous writing credits were I gritted my teeth. The amazing cast and subject matter attracted me but the writing proved exceptional. The accents talk earlier was interesting; in Gorky Park a hugely successful 1983 film stars US & British actors none of whom affected a Russian accent and it works. Lots of Irish acting talent cast here – Jessie Buckley, Barry Keoghan and Michael McElhatton. Jared Harris is spell binding.

  6. Loved the Podcasts during this series. I truly loved this series. I never knew of Boris but I now respect him and the changes he made during this series. Casting the Capt. of the Russian Chase Sub from Hunt for Red October as Boris was BRILLIANT!

  7. Podcast 1: "This is not an anti-nuclear series"

  8. Im a bit disappointed that the construction of the sarcophagus was not covered by the series at all. That part of the plants history and the stories of the people who built it were as important as the intitial clean-up by the liquidators. The contruction was dangerous and conducted under very difficult circumstances in a record time span and under still very high radiation levels. Special equipment for it was brought in from all over the world. Remote controlled bulldozers from Japan, giant mobile work cranes from Germany modified with radiation protection cabins for the operators which made the construction of the roof cover and walls possible in the first place, thousands of specialized construction workers from all over the soviet union….

  9. Reading the comments on social media you soon realise how this great series has brought people together in unity in the West and in the East. That may be the first time that a drama has done that in history.

  10. it's not the reactors you should be worried about…it's the future of the DEADLY WASTE.

  11. As of today June 8th 2019 the soviet government oh sorry the Russian federation announced it will make there own Chernobyl series that's states the CIA is responsible for the disaster.

  12. To me it looks like the series had an underlying agenda of showing USRR as the big bad satan of world.

  13. I didnt like that THE most important aspect of the incident was igonred by Mazin even in podcasts.
    That the psycological aspect of the incident made the world switch to thermal energy – which is toxic and claims a lot more lives than atomic one. Quoting a research:

    'Paradoxically, it is likely that the Chernobyl accident and the associated cooling interest in nuclear power plants around the world ultimately indirectly claimed not 4,000, but much more lives, and continue to take them every year.

    According to the existing calculations, if by 2010 the entire thermal generation of the world had been replaced by an atomic one (French scenario), this would have avoided several million deaths until 2050.

    The fact that these millions will die is a significant part of the blame for the Chernobyl accident that dealt the main blow to the expansion of nuclear energy.

    Ultimately, this, in many respects purely psychological, side of Chernobyl should be assessed as the most deadly.'

  14. The truth as an imperative in life and human imperfections that are preventing us to live by it is such a great ideal and moral of this tragedy, in real life and in sense of a classic "ancient Greek tragedy".
    Lot to learn from integrity of an author Craig Mazin. I would like him to take a challenge and takle, with same truthfulness and objectivity, recent historical tragedy of fall of Yugoslavia. Seemingly a side show to end of cold war, this is the event in recent history that gave birth to to many precedents and practices in international politics and everyday life in Europe and world. The fall of EU, doesn't begin with Bregzit, it begins with fall of ideals of brotherhood, equality and diversity, and those ideals were the first victims of the fall of Yugoslavia. Think about it Craig and HBO, lot to learn there as well.
    Thank you for a drop of integrity that instantly purifies ocean of awareness.

  15. My mom who was 16 when the accident occurred and who was evacuated is deeply impressed with the series, and so am I. Nobody in the Estern Europe would ever film such a decent thing. Thanks from Belarus, Gomel (one of the most contaminated regions by far).

  16. I really wish they would have told the audience what SCRAM sands for…"Senior Control Rod Axe Man "

  17. Thank you for having done this. Both the series and the podcast.

  18. It is the best.Painful but true…we r destroying everything…nature ,animals ,water ..and we paid too much .dehumanizing…I like this story like it so many choices…

  19. Best series I have ever seen! Applause!!!!

  20. Other Shows, this is how you do it.
    Funny that, even though we didn't need to know them, I paused Chernobyl to learn the Cyrillic alphabet to read the signs and trial cards. I learnt that Water in Russian is said Voda (written BoДa)… No wonder they drink Vodka like it's water, it's almost the same word.

  21. Question: Why did they drive towards the power plant at the end?

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