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Demsina MPH, RD, LDN Jun 7
Never thought I’d watch a show like until I became a folk. Who’s seen it?
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Sentient Meat Jun 8
I don't get why the scientist didn't get ice to keep the monkeys frozen when they were standing there arguing in front of a convenience store
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ulishoes 16h
Have started watching Figure I’ll alternate episodes with and to keep my spirits uplifted.
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Shannon Doty 12h
Watching and it is nice to see Sir Jorrah kept up that adult learning trend and became a such a star in the infectious disease world, bet he didn’t think he would be so integral to the first time Ebola was on US soil.
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National Geographic Jun 14
features an array of African talent including who gives a peak into what you can expect from him in the premiere episode this July.
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(((myndkrime))) Jun 11
should I be watching
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Alyx Crane 3h
Omg, watching . Not a good idea when your asthma has been freaking out and acting up, lol.
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Jolin Zhang Jun 11
is currently my new favorite series! Stories based on reality are truly good ! Who can be better writer than life?
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Claudia Ng Jun 14
Requiring us to read has finally come in handy.
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Yae 2h
Decided to make my lazy Saturday binge & i just realized the gf is ! We stan a legend!
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thifani Jun 9
The monster has returned
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Eugene Jun 14
Hot weekend coming up. Watching and researching Ebola on Google. I might even read a whole book on the damn thing, that's how hot it is.
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Caomhan Keane Jun 13
Having a really bad run of TV shows at the moment. and now were all meh and collapsed after the midpoint.
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Gail Kuhnlein Jun 13
We finished watching last night and woke up this morning to news of spreading in Africa. Scary stuff. I hope that we've learned enough about how to contain the spread and save as many lives as possible.
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Chloe the Cat Jun 12
coasts off of the inherent interest generated by its true-life premise, without much in the way of compelling characters, and feels as though it would have worked better as a movie than a mini-series. Still, it’s an okay and intermittently suspenseful watch.
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I'm Not Your Bae Jun 9
Went to a prescreening a while back for Docuseries abt the 1989 Ebola outbreak here in the U.S. Its on National Geographic now. Good series. 6 episodes.
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Dinah Neals Jun 12
In Lt. Col. Jaax' mentor Wade Carter makes a strikingly True statement about how "they" knew about HIV and did nothing to educate Or quarantine allowing 90,000 to die in shamed, feared loneliness 🙈🙉🙊
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Erika G. 12h
So I wonder- those of us who watched both and - what did you watch after, if anything, to decompress?
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JENI NENI Jun 12
I just finished watching last week. I’m paranoid asf now!
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JustJoolzy🤷🏼‍♀️ Jun 14
From Chernobyl to Why do I do this to myself 😫
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