With the HBO drama series Chernobyl drumming up so much Emmys buzz, it's no wonder people are now flocking to their TVs to watch it.
Chernobyl, which has received 19 Emmy Award nominations including Outstanding Limited Series, is a five-part miniseries that follows the people involved in the infamous 1986 nuclear power plant explosion in Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and the event's disastrous aftermath. More specifically, the show centers around Soviet Deputy Prime Minister Boris Shcherbina (Stellan Skarsgård) and two Soviet nuclear scientists named Valery Legasov (Jared Harris) and Ulana Khomyuk (Emily Watson).
If you're interested in giving Chernobyl a go, here’s all the info you will need:
How and where to watch and stream Chernobyl on TV and online:
Chernobyl's primary home is on HBO, so if the channel is part of your TV cable package, you can access the series on demand.
On the other hand, you can watch Chernobyl on HBO Go (you can sign up for a one week trial for free here). Through the streaming service included free of charge with your HBO subscription, you'll be able to watch the miniseries by simply entering your username and password for your TV provider account.
If HBO isn't part of your TV package though, you still have plenty of options. You can always purchase the standalone service HBO Now for $14.99 per month (the first seven days are free). Along with Chernobyl, you'll get access to the channel's extensive library of movies, shows, documentaries, and more. HBO Now, which requires no cable, is available on Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, and so much more.
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