Storm Tracker Kelley Williamson and partner Randy Yarnall go head-to-head with every storm imaginable including powerful tornadoes and supercell thunderstorms. The Missourian duo truly love tracking storms and it comes across in a down-home, authentic way. Kelley, a farmer by trade, started storm tracking after his wife Carol got caught in an EF4 tornado in 2008. The twister picked up her van, and as a result, she nearly broke every bone in her body. The incident ignited Kelley's passion, and he is the eyes and ears on the ground for The Weather Channel when our viewers need it most.

Storm Wranglers - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-02

Storm Wranglers - Las Vegas Wranglers - Netflix

The Las Vegas Wranglers were a professional ice hockey team based in Las Vegas Valley. The Wranglers were members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the ECHL (formerly the East Coast Hockey League). The Wranglers were founded as an expansion franchise in 2003 following the ECHL's takeover of the West Coast Hockey League to form the ECHL. In May 2014, the team suspended operations for the 2014–15 ECHL season, allowing it time to secure a new home arena. In 2015, the team withdrew from the ECHL after being unable to find a home arena for the 2015-16 season. The Wranglers won many accolades over their time in the league. They have the highest winning percentage in ECHL history and hold six other ECHL records. The Wranglers made two appearances in the Kelly Cup Finals, in 2008 and 2012 and won the Brabham Cup once and the Pacific Division title twice. Former Wranglers who have reached the National Hockey League (NHL) include Brent Krahn, Adam Pardy, Dany Sabourin, Tyson Strachan, and Tyler Sloan. From 2003 to 2014, the Wranglers played their home games on the west side of the city at the Orleans Arena. The team's lease with Orleans Arena ended after the 2013–14 season. The Wranglers had been the ECHL affiliate of the NHL's Calgary Flames since the team's inaugural season in 2003 until 2009 before announcing that they were switching their affiliation to the Phoenix Coyotes for the 2009–10 ECHL season. The Wranglers garnered many accolades from the local media, including the Las Vegas Review-Journal naming the Wranglers “Best Local Sports Team” three times (2005, 2006, 2009) and head coach Glen Gulutzan “Best Local Coach” (2007, 2009).

Storm Wranglers - Theme songs - Netflix

The Wranglers had numerous songs that represent the team during pre-game introductions. Songs that represented the regular season have included: Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy), Stand Up, Ready Steady Go, ...To Be Loved, Crash. When the team makes the playoffs, the song that was used in the regular season is usually changed. Songs that have represented the playoffs have included: The Hand That Feeds and Lights and Sounds. During the regular season the Wranglers used Ain't Nothing Wrong With That by Robert Randolph and the Family Band and The Pretender by the Foo Fighters as their theme song. For the 2008 Kelly Cup Playoffs, the Wranglers used Give It All by Rise Against. The Wranglers last used Redlight King “Born to Rise” before folding.

Storm Wranglers - References - Netflix