In this first companion episode to the HBO mini-series Chernobyl, show creator Craig Mazin and Peter Sagal of NPR's “Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me” discuss the ...
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Not only is the subject matter interesting and I remember it, the behind the scenes look at the filming caused me to buy the season and I just binge watched three episodes. Seriously, my TV is still unplugged but the tablet hasn't even been in use to watch baseball this season (We won't go into why, but it always has been in years past) Knowing the choices the producers and directors and whomever made for each episode made me want to see the show. I was already interested in the subject, but having that behing the scenes view on why they did this or didn't sucked me in. The last TV show I bought to give you an example was that added season of The X-files and I still haven't watched all of it! I'm a reader, not a TV person. until this.
If you like the show you should listen this!
I love this podcast! I listen to it when I go to bed, or when I draw! This podcast is so entertaining, once I start listening to it, I don’t want to stop! I think that the whole Chernobyl tragedy is a very interesting story, and I find it quite fun to research about it! Overall, the podcast is great! And I honestly wish there was more. It is a very challenging task to tell the whole Chernobyl story in just 5, 1 hour long episodes, these guys did outstanding! Right next to perfect! However, this is just my opinion. If I could, I would rate this podcast a great big 💯
Wow. This podcast is so interesting, even though I haven't watched the series yet. I realize I don't even really know what happened at Chernobyl. I loved the deeper look into the creative decisions and behind the scenes discussions.
To truly be able to feel the extent of what happened at Chernobyl you need to listen to this podcast. Let it really sink in, as with the age of an overwhelming amount of news stories we don’t want to forget this one.
I echo the recommendations to watch the entire show first and then listen to the podcast. A great companion to the show in my opinion.
I’d consider this podcast as great example of how podcast should be made-every word and sentence have sense and greatly complement the series. Great Job!
Everyone has to listen to it. Дзякуй!!
If you were engrossed with the amazing miniseries and therefore became fascinated by the story of Chernobyl as I have been, then this is THE podcast for you! Brilliant show with the writer and producer of the miniseries, telling the how’s and the why’s of the way each episode was shot. You will also hear more stories of Chernobyl that did not get into the miniseries. I highly recommend watching all of the miniseries first, then listen and enjoy the podcast! Simply awesome!!
A fantastic behind the scenes of the series in making but also a truthful account of what actually happened in 1986. An incredibly terrifying moment in time but beautifully captured and informative for generations to come.
I have listened to this podcast 5 times already. And no doubt I will listen to it another 5 times. If you haven’t done so already please listen to this podcast because it’s simply brilliant.
This podcast is the perfect accompaniment to the fantastic Chernobyl miniseries which is the best miniseries I have ever watched. The respect, truth and detail is inspirational. Thank you.
Remember the Where's Waldo craze back in the '90s? Chuck Norris found him. He is no more.
Highly relevant and intriguing insight to accompany the mini series. Highly recommend.
Perfect to sum each episode and explain what’s 100% true and what’s had a little poetic license added to it. GB
Love it but one small niggle - why can’t Americans pronounce Craig properly?? They make it sound like Kreg ⁉️ GB
This Pod really is the perfect compendium to this amazing TV drama. It really does open your eyes GB
What we think determines what happens to us, so if we want to change our lives, we need to stretch our minds.
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