Chernobyl Season 2

Chernobyl is a 2019 historical drama television miniseries. Craig Mazina is the writer of the show. Johan Renck is the director. The critics and the fans loved the show. It received an approval rating of 96% on Rotten Tomatoes. The first season concluded on June 3, 2019. The show, Chernobyl received nominations for 19 nominations at 71st Primetime Emmy Awards and won awards for Outstanding Directing, Outstanding Limited Series, and Outstanding Writing.

It is one of the most successful television miniseries by HBO. The first season of the show concluded in 2019. Since then there have been no updates regarding the release of the second season of the show. In this article, we will focus on the production updates regarding the second season of the show. Also, with all the details of the show, Chernobyl.

Premises:

The account of the show, Chernobyl is about the Chernobyl disaster of 1986 in Ukraine. The show features how that nuclear accident proved to be fatal for many lives. The story depicts the lesser-known facts about the cause of the disaster and about the people who were the first responders to the disaster. The show is the adaptation of the tales told by the locals of the nearby ghost town, Pripyat. Also, the series features the incidents from the book Voices from Chernobyl, written by Belarusian Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich. 

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Season 2:

The Chernobyl brings the spine-chilling experience of the infamous Chernobyl disaster. The show received positive reviews from the critics and the audience worldwide. Regarding the second season of the show, the creators have decided to end the show with the first season. That means, there are no chances of getting the second season of the series anytime soon.

Cast:

  • Jared Harris as Valery Legasov
  • Stellan Skarsgård as Boris Shcherbina
  • Emily Watson as Ulana Khomyuk
  • Paul Ritter as Anatoly Dyatlov
  • Jessie Buckley as Lyudmilla Ignatenko
  • Con O’Neill as Viktor Bryukhanov
  • Adrian Rawlins as Nikolai Fomin
  • Sam Troughton as Aleksandr Akimov
  • Robert Emms as Leonid Toptunov
  • David Dencik as Mikhail Gorbachev
  • Mark Lewis Jones as Vladimir Pikalov
  • Alan Williams as Charkov
  • Alex Ferns as Andrei Glukhov
  • Ralph Ineson as Nikolai Tarakanov
  • Barry Keoghan as Pavel Gremov
  • Fares Fares as Bacho
  • Michael McElhatton as Andrei Stepashin