Chernobyl Wins Three Emmys For Best Writing, Directing And Outstanding Limited Series
When Chernobyl debuted on our televisions, people quickly started getting the word out about how incredible it was.
Over the course of several weeks, audiences were dazzled by the 'this cannot be true' storyline of the worst nuclear disaster to happen in human history.
Well, the show has just been recognised for it's incredible story, it's writing and directing at The 2019 Emmy Awards.
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The show has just won the Emmy for Outstanding Limited Series, beating out the likes of Escape at Dannemora, Fosse/Verdon, Sharp Objects and When They See Us.
Craig Mazin has taken home the gong for Outstanding Writer For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special, while Johan Renck took home the Outstanding Directing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special.
They were up against some tough competition in both categories.
Many people thought Ava DuVerny was going to take home the directing gong for her incredible When They See Us special from Netflix.
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