In 1986, the worst nuclear disaster in human history occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Reactor No. 4 went into meltdown and exploded, blanketing the surrounding area with radioactive waste and causing a massive evacuation. The area is still off-limits and remains unoccupied today, over 30 years later. HBO's miniseries documents the disaster from the perspective of the plant workers, cleanup crew, and citizens who lived through the disaster. Chernobyl premieres May 2019 on HBO.
Cage the Elephant is on the verge of releasing their latest studio album Social Cues due out on April 19th. One track from the album has already dropped, "Ready to Let Go", and they've followed that up with the Night Running", featuring a collaboration with Beck.
CBS and Jordan Peele are bringing one of the best shows in TV history back to the small screen with a modern-day makeover. The Twilight Zone will come to CBS's All Access streaming service in April, with Peele performing Rod Serling's double role as host and producer. Peele takes the role seriously, initially turning down the project only to have a change of heart. Peele plans to do the reboot justice, turning the mirror back on our changing society the way the original Twilight Zone did almost 60 years ago.
15-year-old photographer Govert De Roos captured one of the most iconic images of the 1960s. Using a fake press pass he'd made himself, De Roos was let in to John Lennon and Yoko Ono's presidential suite at the Hilton Amsterdam, room number 702. Using the announcement of their marriage to gain awareness for world peace during the height of the Vietnam War, the couple's Bed-In For Peace let members of the press into their room for 12 hours a day for one week — and De Roos was there.
Blake Leeper is the eighth fastest man on the planet — and Blake Leeper was born with no legs. A Paralympic athlete, eight-time Paralympic Track and Field international medalist, world record holder and three-time American record holder, Blake is as driven and inspiring as a person can be. He's currently training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics if the International Olympic Committee allows him to participate.
Bear is back. Following Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, the new interactive series has the extreme survivalist in the wild but instead of using his particular set of skills, he'll be relying on viewers to make decisions for him. You vs. Wild will arrive on Netflix on April 10, 2019.