Are you ready for some weather?
Are you sick and tired of YOUR weather? Specifically Boston and the 14 foot tall snowdrifts.
Weather affects everything. Sure, it can wreak havoc on our daily plans, but it also shapes the world around us in surprising ways.
The Weather Channel has also greenlit a second season of its hit series “Tornado Alley,” which was the network’s third highest performing series of all time.
Make sure to watch:
“BrainStormers” – The series is premiering Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 9pm ET with two back-to-back episodes on The Weather Channel.
“Brainstormers” follows three Colorado-based backyard geniuses – a father, son, and his friend – who are on a quest to build and test inventions that either fight bad weather or harness its power for everyday use…while on a budget!
In every episode, Poppy, Ryan, and Bill test their ingenuity and tackle weather issues by leveraging brainpower with the power of Mother Nature to repurpose what some might consider junk. Every build is always filled with challenges, from creating a homemade mosquito trap or solar water heater to fixing a nearby town’s wind generator, and the road to success is filled with setbacks, revelations and a lot of fun.5
“BrainStormers” follows three Colorado-based backyard geniuses – a father, son and his friend – who are on a quest to build and test inventions that fight bad weather and harness its power for everyday use – and do it on a budget. From their homegrown workshop, these lovable rascals tackle weather issues from across the country, sometimes starting from scratch and sometimes helping other backyard inventors improve their projects. Every build is filled with challenges, from a creating a homemade mosquito trap or solar water heater to fixing a nearby town’s wind generator, and the road to success is filled with setbacks, revelations and a lot of fun.
Featuring 8x 60-minute episodes, “BrainStormers” is produced by Outpost Entertainment, a joint venture between veteran producer Jodi Flynn (formerly of Screaming Flea) and Leftfield Entertainment (“Pawn Stars,” “American Restoration”), and by Crybaby Media.
“How Weather Created A Monster” is produced by Karga Seven Pictures (“Tornado Alley,” “Futurescape,” “Alien Encounters”) and will feature 8x 60-minute episodes.
“Tornado Alley” – second season premieres in Q2 2015
The Weather Channel has also greenlit a second season of its popular series “Tornado Alley,” which first premiered in April 2014. Each year, more than 2,000 tornadoes occur worldwide, with an average of more than 1,000 tornadoes hitting the United States. Ripping homes from their foundation in a split second or obliterating towns in the blink of an eye, these twisters are as unpredictable as they are dangerous. Over the course of this series, “Tornado Alley” will explore deadly tornadoes from every angle, through the eyes of both experts and survivors. Using cutting-edge CGI, the show destroys cities, tells white-knuckle survival stories, and features user-generated content to show just how devastating tornadoes can be.
“Tornado Alley” is produced by Karga Seven Pictures (“Futurescape,” “Alien Encounters”), who is also producing “How Weather Created A Monster” for Weather. The second season of “Tornado Alley” will feature 12x 60-minute episodes.
The Weather Company: Where the World Gets its Weather
Through The Weather Channel (weather.com) and Weather Underground (wunderground.com) brands, The Weather Company provides millions of people every day with the world’s best weather forecasts, content and data, connecting with them through television, online, mobile and tablet screens, as well as third-party publishing partners via API. Through WSI, the company delivers superior professional weather services for the media, aviation, marine and energy sectors. The Weather Company is owned by a consortium made up of NBC Universal and the private equity firms The Blackstone Group and Bain Capital. For more information, visit www.weather.com/press.
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