"Terror in the Skies" (TV show) is a gripping reality series on Smithsonian Channel that investigates terrifying near-disasters in air travel using user generated content (UGC) from passengers and eyewitnesses.

Rapid growth in global air travel has put increasing strains on the aviation industry, and as more people take to the skies, they're taking phones and camcorders with them. And in moments of crisis, they are capturing it all on video. "Terror in the Skies" gives unique insight into these alarming events. The series uncovers gut-wrenching stories of imminent disaster, told by survivors, witnesses and air-accident investigators.

By most measures, air travel has never been safer. But UGC reveals serious concerns, including pilots asleep in the cockpit and terrifying close calls caused by careless maintenance errors. "Terror in the Skies" uses these amateur videos as a new forensic tool — combined with genuine air traffic audio recordings, expert analysis and detailed CGI deconstructions — to examine what happened in each incident and how airlines and the industry have responded.

"Terror in the Skies" is produced by Arrow Media for Smithsonian Channel and Channel 4. Executive producers for Smithsonian Channel are Charles Poe and David Royle. Executive Producer for Channel 4 is Jill Fullerton Smith. Executive Producers for Arrow Media are Tom Brisley and Thomas Viner.


FACTS

Network: Smithsonian
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: September 29, 2013
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Arrow Media




'Terror in the Skies' Investigates Near Disasters — Premiering Sunday, September 29, the new Smithsonian series uncovers gut-wrenching stories of imminent disaster, told by survivors, witnesses and air-accident investigators. Read more...





 
 
 
 
 
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