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8.6%
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2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

In April 1986, a huge explosion erupted at the Chernobyl nuclear power station in northern Ukraine. This series follows the stories of the men and women, who tried to contain the disaster, as well as those who gave their lives preventing a subsequent and worse one.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: May 6, 2019

Also Known As: Cernobîl, Tchernobyl |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Austria (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on a true story
miniseries
nuclear catastrophe
1980s

Company Credits

Production Co: Home Box Office (HBO), Sister Pictures |  See more »

Cast

Dainius Jucius
as Minister of Finance of Pripyat
Karl Davies
as Viktor Proskuryakov
Philip Barantini
as Bezpalov
Bartas Erminas
as Civilian in a Hospital
Andrew Sheridan
as Biorobot
Michael McElhatton
as Prosecutor Andrei Stepashin
Ralph Ineson
as General Tarakanov
Diarmaid Murtagh
as Zukauskas
Adam Nagaitis
as Vasily Ignatenko
Lukas Malinauskas
as Biorobot Soldier
Karolis Vilkas
as Miner
Ian Pirie
as Site Officer Masha
Jessie Buckley
as Lyudmilla Ignatenko
Arnas Danusas
as Soldier (Miner's Bus)
Kadrolsha Ona Carole
as Civilian in a Hospital
Caoilfhionn Dunne
as Yenina
Sakalas Uzdavinys
as Ilya Ivanovich Chulkov
Peter Guinness
as Major Burov
Hilton McRae
as Judge Milan Kadnikov
Petras Simonis
as Dyatlov's Guard
Roman Listopad
as Civilian
Povilas Jatkevicius
as Kibenok
Alan Williams
as KGB Chairman Charkov
Sam Troughton
as Alexandr Akimov
David Dencik
as Mikhail Gorbachev
Joshua Leese
as Kirschenbaum
Tomas Zaibus
as Policeman/Soldier (Hospital)
Sarunas Datenis
as Soldier (Reactor Site)
Nadia Clifford
as Dr. Svetlana Zinchenko
Billy Postlethwaite
as Boris Stolyarchuk
Jay Simpson
as Perevozchenko
Rachel Atkins
as Niyazova
Oscar Dyekjær Giese
as Baranov
Marius Karolis Gotbergas
as Biorobot Soldier
Robert Emms
as Leonid Toptunov
Amanda Drew
as Kremlin Aide Female
Karolis Kasperavicius
as Viktor Degtaryenko
Fares Fares
as Bacho
Adam Lundgren
as Brazhnik
Danguole Ragazinskaite
as Civilian
Douggie McMeekin
as Yuvchenko
Mark Bagnall
as Jughashvili (Robot Operator)
Jokubas Gutautas
as Mass
Caolan Byrne
as Day Shift Worker
Josef Altin
as Soldier
Rosie Sheehy
as Nurse Pripyat
Emily Watson
as Ulana Khomyuk
Victor McGuire
as Garanin
James Kermack
as Miner
Simonas Dovidauskas
as KGB Driver
Michael Socha
as Mikhail
Darius Petkevicius
as Local Husband
Lucy Russell
as Marina Gruzinskaya
James Cosmo
as Miner
Adrian Rawlins
as Nikolai Fomin
Matthew Needham
as Dmitri
Laurence Spellman
as Commission Heli Pilot
Sammy Hayman
as Titenok
Con O'Neill
as Viktor Bryukhanov
Aiste S. Gram
as Bartender in Polyssia Hotel
Yitzchak Averbuch
as General
Alexej Manvelov
as Garo
Deividas Breive
as Soldier (Mobile Office)
June Watson
as Old Woman Babushka
Sergejus Ivanovas
as Survey Soldier
Josef Davies
as Janek
Stellan Skarsgård
as Boris Shcherbina
Paulius Cizinauskas
as KGB Agent Library
Laura Elphinstone
as Oksana
Jamie Sives
as Sitnikov
Donald Sumpter
as Zharkov
Matas Dirgincius
as Vladimir Tishchura
Natasha Radski
as Russian News Reader
Sam Strike
as Misha
Joe Tucker
as Plant Employee
Jared Harris
as Valery Legasov
Kieran O'Brien
as Khodemchuck
Gerard Kearns
as Pravik
Stephen Bisland
as Night Shift Worker
Jimmy Walker
as Airman Pavel
Alex Blake
as Petrovich
Velta Zygure
as Elderly Librarian
Aidas Jurgaitis
as Soldier (Shelter)
Michael Colgan
as Mikhail Shchadov
Ross Armstrong
as Nikolai Gorbachenko
Barry Keoghan
as Pavel
Daniel Crossley
as Stasiuk
Cait Davis
as Local Wife/Local Wife at Bar
Jan Ricica
as Oksana's Kid
Baltasar Breki Samper
as Ananenko
Paulius Markevicius
as Aleksandr Kudryavstev/Aleksandr Kudryavtsev
Paul Ritter
as Anatoly Dyatlov
Pandora Colin
as Dr. Vetrova
Alison Pargeter
as BCP HQ Aide Female
Alex Ferns
as Glukhov
Mark Lewis Jones
as General Pikalov
Ron Cook
as Old Maternity Doctor
Michael Shaeffer
as Blond Man

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 5 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

BAFTA Awards, Scotland 2019

Winner

BAFTA Awards, Scotland

Best Actor - Television

Bafta TV Craft 2019

Nominee

Bafta TV Craft

Visual Effects

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