Possibly

#580812
Tim Haymes
Participant

I didnt see the program, but a quick search of the internet indicate you are not alone thinking this:

https://www.space.com/25179-hubble-constant.html

“As of January 2018, measurements from multiple telescopes showed that the rate of expansion of the universe is different depending on where you look. The nearby universe (measured by the Hubble Space Telescope and Gaia space telescope) has a rate of expansion of 45.6 miles per second (73.5 kilometers per second) per megaparsec, while the more distant background universe (measured by the Planck telescope) is a bit slower, expanding at 41.6 miles per second (67 km per second) per megaparsec”

This could be a significant observation.