Destroyed In Seconds

7:30pm – Wednesday, December 7 on TV 3

This series has taken audiences on a ride of awesome destruction, but now it’s time to say goodbye to Destroyed in Seconds when the series finals on Wednesday, December 7 th at 7:30pm on 3. In each episode of Destroyed in Seconds, host Andrew Gourdie brought viewers clip after clip of the most shocking destructions captured on film.

From well-orchestrated implosions of massive structures, to rampaging tornadoes, catastrophic mid-air collisions and sudden terrorist attacks, no topic is too trivial or taboo for Destroyed in Seconds.

Be they acts of nature or caused by man, Gourdie says that Destroyed in Seconds’ stunning disasters are what first attracted him to the series.

“What I found fascinating about Destroyed in Seconds is the show’s amazing footage,” he says. “This is a completely different presenting role from what I’m used to for 3 News,” he continues. “I like the show because I know from my usual job in 3 News how hard it is to capture things on camera.”

But there’s more to Destroyed in Seconds than just incredible footage of destruction. “The series also explores the causes of these disasters and, when possible, shows how families and communities bounce back from the devastation,” Gourdie adds.

So what does Destroyed in Seconds have up its sleeve in this week’s season finale? Find out when the series screens on Wednesday, December 7 th at 7:30pm on 3.

7:30pm – Monday, February 7 on TV 3

Interested in witnessing the awesome force of destruction? Then TV3 has just what you need – Destroyed in Seconds returns for its second season on Monday, February 7th at 7:30pm on 3.

In each episode of Destroyed in Seconds, 3 News Sports Reporter Andrew Gourdie will bring viewers clip after clip of the most shocking destructions ever captured on film.

From well-orchestrated implosions of massive structures, to rampaging tornadoes, catastrophic mid-air collisions and sudden terrorist attacks, no topic is too trivial or taboo for Destroyed in Seconds.

Be they acts of nature or caused by man, Gourdie says that Destroyed in Seconds’ stunning disasters are what first attracted him to the series.

“What attracted me to Destroyed in Seconds is the show’s amazing footage,” he explains.

“This is a completely different presenting role from what I’m used to for 3 News. I like the show because I know from my usual job in 3 News how hard it is to capture things on camera.”

But there’s more to Destroyed in Seconds than just incredible footage of destruction.

“The series also explores the causes of these disasters and, when possible, shows how families and communities bounce back from the devastation,” Gourdie continues.

Make sure not to miss a moment of this when Gourdie explores the cause and effect of catastrophes caught on tape in Destroyed in Seconds, returning on Monday, February 7th at 7:30pm on 3.

DISCOVERY CHANNEL – Thursdays from 13 May, 9.30pm

In these new episodes, host Ron Pitts will bring you clip after clip of the most shocking destructions ever caught on tape. From the well orchestrated implosion of the Las Vegas iconic Dunes Hotel, to terror attacks on an Israeli market place, no topic is too trivial or taboo for this show. Be it an act of god or caused by man, this is much more than just a clip show. This series not only shocks and entertains, but also educates and explores what leads up to mass destruction and how families and communities can bounce back from devastation. Don’t miss a moment as Ron explores the cause and effect of each catastrophe caught on tape!


7:30pm – Monday, March 22 on TV 3

Interested in witnessing the awesome force of destruction? Then TV3 has just what you need – Destroyed in Seconds, premiering its damaging first season on Monday, March 22nd at 7:30pm on 3. In each episode of Destroyed in Seconds, 3 News Sports Reporter Andrew Gourdie will bring viewers clip after clip of the most shocking destructions ever captured on film. From well-orchestrated implosions of massive structures, to rampaging tornadoes, catastrophic mid-air collisions and sudden terrorist attacks, no topic is too trivial or taboo for Destroyed in Seconds.

Be they acts of nature or caused by man, Gourdie says that Destroyed in Seconds’ stunning disasters are what first attracted him to the series.

“What attracted me to Destroyed in Seconds is the show’s amazing footage,” he explains.

“This is a completely different presenting role from what I’m used to for 3 News. I like the show because I know from my usual job in 3 News how hard it is to capture things on camera.”

But there’s more to Destroyed in Seconds than just incredible footage of destruction.

“The series will also explore the causes of these disasters and, when possible, show how families and communities bounce back from the devastation,” Gourdie continues.

Make sure not to miss a moment of this when Gourdie explores the cause and effect of catastrophes caught on tape in Destroyed in Seconds, premiering on Monday, March 22nd at 7:30pm on 3.

DISCOVERY CHANNEL – Thursdays from 7 January, 9.30pm

In all new episodes, host-Ron Pitts returns to bring you clip after clip of the most shocking destructions caught on tape. From the well orchestrated implosion of Las Vegas’ iconic Dunes Hotel, to terror attacks on an Israeli market place, no topic is too trivial or taboo. Be it an act of god or caused by man, this is much more than just a clip show. Destroyed in Seconds is meant not only to shock and entertain, but to educate and explore what leads up to mass destruction and how, when applicable, families and communities bounce back from devastation. Don’t miss a moment as Ron explores the cause and effect of the catastrophe caught on tape.

DISCOVERY CHANNEL – Thursdays from 9 July, 9.30pm

Destroyed in Seconds returns with new episodes! Hosted by Ron Pitts, Discovery Channel continues to bring you some amazing stories of destruction from around the globe. This series is jam packed with amazing footage and explains how such devastating destructions can occur! We take a look at disasters including a wave destroying a pier during a storm, a bull rider being trampled by a raging bull, a gas leak which triggers a massive fireball destroying buildings and a pilot-less plane heading directly towards a crowd.