The hot zone, anthological series on the anthrax threat

(ANSA) – ROME, NOVEMBER 29 – It is 2001, a few weeks after September 11, when the United States is shaken by another deadly terrorist act. Letters containing anthrax are distributed in Florida, Washington DC and New York. The anonymous attack causes five deaths and spread panic in the country.

The anthological series THE HOT ZONE: THREAT ANTHRACE tells the mission of an unlikely team of scientists, FBI agents and government departments that, between wars between agencies and false leads, sets out on the trail of an unsuspected. The Hot Zone: Anthrax Threat, airing on National Geographic (Sky, 403) on Mondays at 8:55 pm from December 6, stars Tony Goldwyn (King Richard, Scandal) and Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii Five-0, Lost, The Good Doctor). Goldwyn plays Bruce Ivins, a brilliant microbiologist involved in the hunt for the 2001 anthrax killer. His instability and paranoia pave the way for disturbing discoveries.

Kim plays Matthew Ryker, an FBI agent specializing in microbiology who, just three weeks after the 9/11 attacks, risks his career to convince his superiors of the danger that the United States is under attack again. (HANDLE).


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