THE National Geographic announced today (23) that the production debut The Hot Zone: The Ebola Story, will have simultaneous transmission in Brazil together with the USA.
Led by the actors Julianna Margulies and Liam Cunningham, the six-episode series, chronicles the onset of the disease in Kenya until it arrived in the United States in the 1980s.
The display of The Hot Zone it will be simultaneous to the United States and lasts three nights, with the exhibition of two episodes each!
Check the dates and time:
Monday, 27; Tuesday, 28; and Wednesday, 29, always from 9 pm.
The actors complete the cast Topher Grace and James D’Arcy.
The channel also released the synopsis: In 1989, in a scientific laboratory outside Washington DC, the Ebola virus makes its first known appearance on American soil. The discovery and containment of this lethal phylovirus, which reaches a death rate of up to 90%, is thanks to a group of scientists and soldiers led by Lieutenant Colonel Nancy Jaax (Margulies). Thanks to Nancy’s perseverance, scientific evidence reveals the truth about the situation, forcing the Army to act to contain an outbreak.
The Hot Zone: The Ebola Story arrives on May 27 at National Geographic.