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The Hot Zone S01E05Available from: 29-05-2019The Hot Zone S01E06Available from: 29-05-2019The Hot Zone S01E03Available from: 28-05-2019The Hot Zone S01E04Available from: 28-05-2019The Hot Zone S01E01Available from: 27-05-2019The Hot Zone S01E02Available from: 27-05-2019
The Hot Zone - Season 1In 1989, the deadly Ebola virus started to appear inside USA at a scientific lab in the areas of Washington. This virus is considered to be one of the most dangerous viruses ever as it has no cure. In this series, Julianna Margulies plays an important role of the doctor who try to do whatever she can to spare the humanity from the spread of the virus.
Critic Reviews of "The Hot Zone - Season 1"CBRMay 26, 2019
Turns the story of medical inquiry into a series of cheap jolts to the audience.What She SaidMay 24, 2019
The series is powerful and balanced and emotions run high.Awards DailyMay 24, 2019
The Hot Zone thrilling suspense from National Geographic as Julianna Margulies battles to stop a catastrophic disaster.Pittsburgh Post-GazetteMay 23, 2019
Yes, "The Hot Zone" will probably provoke equal amounts of hilarity and horror with its mix of surreal situations and moments of "Oh no, he didn't!" terror.Wall Street JournalMay 23, 2019
With a supporting cast that includes Topher Grace, Paul James and Robert Sean Leonard, The Hot Zone is also dramatically sound, thanks to its artful balance of impending global disaster and small-bore drama.Ian Thomas MaloneMay 07, 2019
Bolstered by a stellar cast, The Hot Zone is a brilliant thriller that kicks the summer TV season off with a bang.ForbesMay 06, 2019
For a limited-run series, it packs the right kind of punch that will keep people watching all the way through. It's nothing more than that, though, and that's okay.