Angry Planet is a 39-part television series broadcast around the world featuring the adventures of storm chaser George Kourounis, Angry Planet is produced by Peter Rowe of Pinewood Films. The series plays on the following networks: ⁕Outdoor Life Network ⁕Travel Channel ⁕Weather Channel ⁕TV8 ⁕MTV3 ⁕Canal Evasion ⁕TVB The first season of the series has also been released on DVD as a box set. Each episode focuses on a different force of nature as Kourounis gets up close to investigate and document the most fierce natural phenomena the Earth has to dish out.
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Season 1Amazon Prime | Tubi TV | Rent or Buy
S01 E01Mar 7, 2007
Tornadoes Mar 7, 2007 George embarks on his annual pilgrimage to the "Tornado Alley" area of the central U.S. to guide groups of people who want to witness the brute force of tornadoes in action. Along the way he faces giant hailstones, dust storms and quirky American roadside attractions.
S01 E02Mar 13, 2007
Desert Monsoon Mar 13, 2007 Desert Monsoon - George explores the American Southwest during the Desert Monsoon.
S01 E02Mar 14, 2007
Desert Monsoon Mar 14, 2007 Enlisting the help of fellow storm chaser R.J. Evans, George heads to Arizona to photograph spectacular lightning storms triggered by the desert monsoon season. R.J. however is known as "America's noisiest athiest" for his free-thought radio show... It seems that the gods are intent on striking them down with thunderbolts from the heavens.
S01 E03Mar 21, 2007
African Hellhole Mar 21, 2007 In this episode, George explores the deadly Nyiragongo volcano in the Congo jungle but the lava lake dwelling inside it's crater may be the least of his worries as he has to negotiate through armed conflict, a family of gorillas, severe weather and an 11,000 foot hike up the side of the volcano.
S01 E04Mar 28, 2007
Fire & Water Mar 28, 2007 Following in the footsteps of the Klondike goldrush, George heads north to the Yukon Territory and Alaska, but it's not gold he's seeking. It's the intense summer wildfires that often plague the area during their 24 hours of daylight. He travels by train, bike, plane and whitewater raft to reach the fires but Mother Nature has other plans for him and doesn't make things easy.
S01 E05Apr 4, 2007
The Winds of Autumn Apr 4, 2007 Hurricanes are the largest storms on Earth and George has been through many of them. This year he starts off by getting prepared in a wind tunnel, then he and his chase partner Mark Robinson head to Newfoundland for more wild weather action. Then, it's off to another encounter where the wild wind fans a raging inferno.
S01 E06Apr 11, 2007
Wild Weather Season Apr 11, 2007 2005 seemed to be the year that Earth went wild. Follow George as he brings us back to the site of his hairiest adventures from that year. Whether it's descending into a volcano in the most remote corner of Ethiopia, almost driving into a tornado in Texas or facing down hurricane Katrina, George was right there at ground zero and lived to tell the tale.
Season 2Tubi TV | Rent or Buy
S02 E01Dec 24, 2016
Island Caving Dec 24, 2016 Island Caving - George explores massive underground cave systems in the porous limestone of CanadaÕs West Coast.
S02 E02Sep 9, 2008
Hurricane Sep 9, 2008 Linking up with legendary stormchaser Jim Leonard, George tracks Hurricane Dean as it makes it's way across the Caribbean – eventually building to Category 5 strength. The pair fly to Jamaica to intercept the storm, and get right into the action.
S02 E03Apr 1, 2015
Water Spouts Apr 1, 2015 Water Spouts - George investigates the wild waters of the Florida Keys which have about 400 water spouts per year.
S02 E04Mar 3, 2015
Hawaii Surf & Snow Mar 3, 2015 Hawaii Surf & Snow - George surfs with the ÒHawaiian FireÓ firefighters and visits the site of major tsunami damage.
S02 E05Apr 1, 2015
Thunder Downunder Apr 1, 2015 Thunder Down Under - George travels with Australian stormchaser Jimmy Deguara during the height of storm season in Australia.
S02 E06Oct 8, 2008
Hottest and Coldest Oct 8, 2008 North America's hottest temperature ever? 134 degrees F – Death Valley, California. The coldest – Snag, Yukon - -81 degrees F. "Angry Planet" visits both – Death Valley in the hottest week of the summer, Yukon during a long cold snap in mid-February.