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Hurricane Season in Full Swing on The Weather Channel
As Peak Hurricane Season Approaches, The Weather Channel Premieres New Hurricane Special and Series for Weather Enthusiasts
on Monday, Aug. 18
WHAT / WHERE / WHEN:
New series "Hurricane 360" and new special "Top Ten Worst Hurricanes" premiere on The Weather Channel on Monday, Aug. 18 - show descriptions & times below.
"Top 10 Worst Hurricanes" - Special premieres Monday, Aug. 18, at 8:00 p.m. ET
"Top 10 Worst Hurricanes" counts down the deadliest, most damaging storms to ever make landfall in the U.S. Hitting coastlines from Maine to Texas, these storms have produced storm surges higher than a house, killed thousands of people, and caused billions of dollars in damage. Through first-hand accounts of those who survived, as well as expert science and weather testimony and caught on camera footage, we find out how these incredible hurricanes changed not only the landscape and the lives of millions, but the course of history in America.
"Hurricane 360" - Series premieres Monday, Aug. 18, at 9:00 p.m. ET
Moments of fear and courage in the face of nature's wrath - these are the stories of "Hurricane 360," an all-new eight-part series that takes viewers on an immersive minute-by-minute journey into the eye of the storm. Each episode places you directly in the path of one the biggest hurricanes of the 21st century - from the flooded streets of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, to the ravaged coast of New Jersey in the middle of Superstorm Sandy. As we follow the storm and its aftermath, survivors and rescuers tell their terrifying stories in their own words. Featuring never-before-seen footage shot by the survivors themselves, "Hurricane 360" pieces together blow-by-blow accounts of sacrifice and survival, linking them across a CGI landscape to show what's happening where during each moment of the disaster. "Hurricane 360" is produced by Flight 33 Productions.
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