The series is based on the historic Catastrophe of Chernobyl in 1986 and is streamed on HBO. This series has an IMDb rating of 9.4/10 and is immensely popular. It was well-received by critics and viewers alike, with positive responses flooding in just after season 1, thus making it the most successful miniseries.
Which led to fans pondering whether the show will have a second season. Well, there’s a lot to consider before making any official announcements. The first thing in question is the filming and production of a potential second season.
The Hollywood remains suspended for an indefinite period, and actors are in strict home quarantine. Therefore, it does not seem plausible at the moment. Secondly, given the perfect finale of the first season, giving us a visual experience of the catastrophe replete with its authentic tension and morbidity as well as the revolting aftermath, we highly doubt whether the creators will venture into making a second season. So what stands to be the future of the show? Find out.
Chernobyl Season 2 Will Not Be Renewed For Season 2 And Its Official
Well, fans, we are equally disappointed and no less heartbroken at this disclosure. The show is created by John Renck and premiered on 6th May 2019 and had five episodes. In those five episodes, the creators successfully gave their audience a detailed insight into the disaster that swept through Ukraine and into the efforts of many heroes who laid their lives on the line to save their citizens.
The author of Chernobyl Craig Mazin opened up about season 2 and said,
“We won’t make that. We put an account of a spot in time, and we did it much darn well. It’s an opportunity to start considering different spots and different occasions, whatever we see at, regardless of whether its story or dependent on history, it’s imperative to who we are currently and what we’re wanting.”
So, its official, Chernobyl has ended its journey in season 1, and to be honest, it ended well.