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REVIEW: Challenger: The Final Flight
Breanna Grigsby for (CNT) City New and Talk #reviews-all https://citynewsandtalk.com
CHALLENGER: THE FINAL FLIGHT is a 4-part docuseries that premiered on Netflix in September 2020. Executive produced by J.J. Abrams and Glen Zipper and directed by Daniel Junge and Steven Leckart, the docuseries offers a fresh and poignant exploration of the events leading up to, during and following the tragedy of the Challenger’s fatal launch. The docuseries not only engagingly examines the tragedy itself but also brings into focus the lives of the seven diverse crew members who perished. The lives of Dick Scobee, Michael J. Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe are beautifully memorialized and leave the viewer feeling connection and reverence. CHALLENGER: THE FINAL FLIGHT is a must-see docuseries that expertly incorporates interviews, footage, photos and archival material for the best presentation of the tragic events and is overall excellent docuseries.
Even if you’re not the type of person who loves documentaries, astronomy or history as I do, CHALLENGER: THE FINAL FLIGHT, is still a must see 4-part docuseries. Available for your viewing pleasure on Netflix, the docuseries is one of the most engaging, emotionally raw and unfiltered examinations of any historical event that I’ve seen to date, and I’d watch it again. The docuseries brings to life the hope for the future of space exploration that gripped the U.S. at the time, masterfully details the tragedy itself and expertly examines the aftermath of investigation and implications. I was left incredibly impressed with the storytelling – I rarely cry during movies or shows but tears gripped my eyes numerous times throughout. If you’re wondering what to watch next on Netflix, I certainly recommend you put CHALLENGER: THE FINAL FLIGHT at the top of your list.