National Geographic has announced its upcoming limited series “The Hot Zone: Anthrax”, which stars Daniel Dae Kim and Tony Goldwyn, will be coming to the National Geographic channel over the Thanksgiving weekend.   The three-night event will premiere Sunday, November 28th.

The first season of “The Hot Zone” focused on the Ebola outbreak and became the network’s most-watched scripted series ever.  The first season is available on Hulu in the United States and on Disney+ internationally.

With the world still reeling after the attacks on 9/11, America faces a second wave—the anthrax letters. Targeting journalists and politicians, mail with anthrax powder kills five people and causes panic across the United States. Limited series “The Hot Zone: Anthrax” follows FBI Special Agent Matthew Ryker (Kim) as he tracks down the killer, finding himself ensnared in an unstable web of psychological warfare. Bruce Ivins (Goldwyn) is the brilliant microbiologist who becomes embroiled in the hunt. The six-hour scientific thriller follows last year’s “The Hot Zone”, which was National Geographic’s most-watched scripted series of all time.


Check out the teaser trailer below:

For “The Hot Zone: Anthrax”, Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson serve as executive producers and showrunners. Scott Free Production’s Ridley Scott and David W. Zucker are executive producers, with Jordan Sheehan also serving as executive producer. Lynda Obst is an executive producer. Richard Preston is a co-executive producer on the series. The series is produced by 20th Television and Scott Free Productions.


Are you looking forward to “The Hot Zone: Anthrax”?








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