Doomsday Caught on Camera: Who will survive nature’s wrath?

Storm Callum (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
Storm Callum (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) /

Doomsday Caught on Camera is a brand-new Travel Channel series that premieres on Sept. 14. It poses the question, what happens when Mother Nature goes on a rampage?

Doomsday Caught on Camera is a Travel Channel series dealing with natural disasters and hellish weather events. Much like the spooky show, Paranormal Caught on Camera, this production will also use first person accounts and online footage.

Audiences will witness tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and hurricanes right along with the individuals who experienced the phenomena. Commentary on these terrifying occurrences will be provided by various experts in the field such as geologists and meteorologists.

The series premiere, “The Cruise from Hell,” will feature three segments. In the first one, a man is trapped in a tornado. From there, we will experience what it is like to be stuck on a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean during a ferocious bomb cyclone. Finally, in Maryland, residents of a small town will contend with a flood and its aftermath.

In the second episode, “A Twister on the Rampage and More,” viewers will see what happens when a violent volcanic eruption occurs and a boating expedition is in harm’s way. When a flash flood pops up, an onlooker captures its fury and its path of destruction.

We will also get to see intense footage of a Colorado avalanche that buries a family inside their truck, followed by an Arkansas man that is surrounded by a devastating twister.

All of the harrowing accounts on Doomsday Caught on Camera will be captured in a one-hour time block. Nothing is scarier than Mother Nature.

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Doomsday Caught on Camera begins on Sept. 14 at 10 p.m. on Travel Channel.

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