October TV Picks: Strange Weather and Spooky Legends Abound on Sundays with The Weather Channel
Pumpkin everything is pretty much back again, it’s only a matter of time before Egg Nog is seen in the milk aisle.
Strange Weather and Spooky Legends Abound on Sundays with “American Super/Natural” and “Strangest Weather on Earth” on The Weather Channel
New Series “American Super/Natural” Premieres Sunday, October 5 at 10 p.m. ET
Following Season Two Premiere of “Strangest Weather on Earth” at 9 p.m. ET
Do you know what causes green clouds or a full circle rainbow to form in the sky? How about why a town might have been suddenly wiped off the map…was it simply Mother Nature or could it have been due to a curse? Join The Weather Channel for two original primetime series that reveal the answers to these mysteries and more.
Explore weather so crazy it seems like it’s straight out of a movie with the season two premiere of “Strangest Weather on Earth,” then see some of America’s spookiest weather legends revealed with “American Super/Natural” (formerly “Wicked in the Weather”).
“Wicked Weather Sundays” kick off Sunday, Oct. 5 on The Weather Channel, beginning with “Strangest Weather on Earth” at 9 p.m. ET, followed by new original series “American Super/Natural” at 10 p.m. ET.
In addition, The Weather Channel will celebrate Halloween with a special eight-hour programming block on Friday, October 31:
8:00 p.m. – Midnight ET: “American Super/Natural”
Midnight – 4:00 a.m. ET: “Strangest Weather on Earth”
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“Strangest Weather on Earth” Season Two (8x 60-minute episodes)
With the perfect confluence of events, the weather on Earth can turn so outrageous it defies imagination…Spiders falling from the sky, cocooned trees, green clouds and a full circle rainbow – these events may appear to be supernatural, but “Strangest Weather on Earth” explains why they’re simply Mother Nature at her most amazing. Witness extraordinary events stranger than anything Hollywood can dream up and discover just how these crazy conditions happen. “Strangest Weather on Earth” is produced by Pioneer Productions (“Weather That Changed the World,” “How Sex Works”).
“American Super/Natural” (8x 60-minute episodes)
“American Super/Natural” gives viewers a never-before-seen look into the Earth sciences as seen through the origins of Americana’s most frightening legends. Whether it’s a bad moon rising or a wicked wind blowing, this series peels back the layers of terrifying tales, examining their origins, the fascinating geographic and meteorological elements, and the modern day experiences told by the people who lived through them. “American Super/Natural” is produced by Sirens Media (“Who The (Bleep) Did I Marry?,” “When Ghosts Attack”).