‘Five Days at Memorial’ examines a hospital’s controversial response to Hurricane Katrina

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The new Apple TV+ miniseries ‘Five Days at Memorial’ details the response to Hurricane Katrina at one New Orleans hospital and the questions surrounding dozens of deaths there. Creators John Ridley and Carlton Cuse along with actor Cornelius Smith Jr. and journalist Sheri Fink discuss.

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