HBO’s Chernobyl has gotten quite the attention in a very short amount of time. It has become the highest rated TV show of all time and now has become the top trending show on IMDB in India.
So, if you’re planning or (not planning?) on watching the show, get to know what the people of Twitter have to say about it.
*wakes up in the morning* aw man, today’s going to be great, it’s Memorial Day AND my birthday, everything is awesome!— Ashley THX-1138 (@truestorydesu) May 28, 2019
There is one god and his name is Death, pass the vodka.
Such a phenomenal job telling this story, Craig. Down to every detail. I can tell how much research was done prior to filming. Can’t wait for the podcast.. gonna save it for tomorrow at work. Cheers— Legacy (@kegacy) May 28, 2019
It is an incredible show. Haunting and maddening and told beautifully through many different angles.— Christy P (@xCLeigh77x) May 28, 2019
The cast, the crew, the writers – all of you are amazing. Thank You for telling a story that needed to be told no matter how close to home it hits.
Writing and the cast are outstanding. Have to pick my jaw up off the floor after each episode.— brenda marler (@bren7899) May 28, 2019
I find it incredibly ironic that HBO’s (if not television’s?) currently highest ranked and critically acclaimed show is a docu-drama that involves literally zero “SuBvErTiNg ExPeCtAtIoNs!!1!!”. A lesson in writing, folks. #ChernobylHBO— koops (@jesterkoops) May 28, 2019
#Chernobyl – HBO’s new miniseries is a riveting masterpiece because it showcases real horror without making it look dull, it stuns you with sharp acting, it will make your heart stop a bit, it’s cleverly made to blow your mind. #ChernobylHBO is uncompromisingly brilliant. pic.twitter.com/mbh7g72xoC— Pallav Gogoi (@pallav_) May 29, 2019
Barry Keoghan bringing yet another really strong turn in a minimal role. His face is just so full of character. This guy has a massive future in film.#Chernobyl #ChernobylHBO pic.twitter.com/5r2Gvliwdb— Wallet Inspector (@MythAddict) May 28, 2019
#ChernobylHBO is the scariest ever tv show. Because its true— Kate hates fibro (@kateprewett) May 28, 2019
Who is watching #ChernobylHBO It is horrifying, depressing, scary, informative, heartbreaking, totally worth watching— Paula (@breakoutpass) May 29, 2019
I highly recommend #ChernobylHBO. It’s painful to watch- not only bc of the incomprehensible suffering, it will also give you flashbacks to every time you’ve had to work w obstructively arrogant turds who refused to simply listen and then blamed others for subsequent failures.— Molly Hodgdon (@Manglewood) May 27, 2019
I have just finished watching Episode 1 of Chernobyl on @HBO. My perspective is that of someone born and raised in the Soviet Union who has vivid memories of 1986, the catastrophe itself and how it was handled by the Soviet politicians and the state media…— Slava Malamud (@SlavaMalamud) May 24, 2019
#ChernobylHBO is a masterclass in storytelling. Every episode has me on the edge of my seat. I had to remind myself to breathe during a sequence when someone was getting a hug!— K J Brown (@kirstyjbrown) May 28, 2019
You May Watched GOT— MISH AL T P (@mishaltp69) May 25, 2019
You May Addicted
But I Recomend You This One
Chernobyl is bleak, brutal and an absolute must-watch, is extraordinary and at its absolute best
Awaiting Episode 4 #ChernobylHBO pic.twitter.com/63rfFlfz3J
How to watch #ChernobylHBO: Watch an episode, listen to the podcast about that episode with @clmazin & @petersagal, watch the episode again, listen to the podcast again. Spectacular show and fascinating p-podcast—repeated viewings/listenings are rewarded!— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) May 29, 2019
It’s an incredible piece of work that keeps ramping up the stakes both emotional and story— Elizabeth Ho (@RealElizabethHo) May 28, 2019
Amazing show. Kind of hits too close to home to watch politicians get in the way of the scientists.— Tim Maliyil (@tim_maliyil) May 28, 2019
HBO’s Chernobyl is some of the most bleak and horrifying television I’ve ever seen. Remarkably well made. #ChernobylHBO— Sumukh Shankar Pande (@SumukhPande) May 28, 2019
If there still were any inhibitions, Twitter sure has cleared them now!