In a brand new preview clip for Monday night’s episode of Teen Mom 2, Jenelle Eason meets with her mom Barbara Evans soon after Hurricane Florence devastated the area. Thankfully, Jenelle and husband David Eason were doomsday prepping back when tensions were high with North Korea, so they were ready when the storm hit.
Looking for a nice, romantic getaway? How about a nice room for two in the scenic foothills of the Appalachian mountains for $75 a night? Oh, and did I mention that if the world happens to end during your stay, you will be just fine? That’s right, the titular character from National Geographic Channel’s prepper reality series Doomsday Castle is renting rooms!
So, what’s the best way to prepare for an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that causes the world’s power grid to completely fail, plunging the planet into medieval chaos? Why, building a medieval castle of course! Keep reading to find out all about National Geographic Channel’s new Doomsday Preppers spin-off series Doomsday Castle starring super prepper Brent Sr. and his five kids trying to overcome family drama and build the ultimate self-sufficient medieval uber bunker in the Carolina mountains. As the show’s tagline states, “Nothing brings a family together like Armageddon,” right?
The Season 2 premiere of National Geographic Channel’s disaster preparedness reality series Doomsday Preppers was the network’s highest rated series premiere in its 11-year history, bringing in well over one million viewers. The weekly show features people from all over the country preparing for various doomsday scenarios including natural disaster, financial collapse, and nuclear war, with each episode concluding with “experts” giving the featured prepper(s) a final score based on the five categories of water, food, shelter, security, and x-factor. So who are the Doomsday Preppers experts who give out the scores? Keep reading to find out!