New Documentary Shows Long Path to Recovery After Katrina
It was a storm that defied hyperbole. No superlative seemed adequate for the destruction the wake of a storm could create. Hurricane Katrina struck on August 29, 2005 packing a devastating punch in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall and changed New Orleans, LA and the entire surrounding regions forever. Now, 10 years later, a new documentary, After the Storm: Deepwater’s Journey, looks at how the city rebuilt after the devastating storm and how companies, like Shell Oil Company, helped the region get back on its feet.
The documentary examines the long path to recovery. Shell has a long history of engagement in the gulf coast region and helped produce this film to tell the region's story of long-term recovery. If you live in Houston or New Orleans, you can watch the broadcast debut of “After the Storm: Deepwater’s Journey” at the times below. The full documentary will also be available on Shell’s website.
- Houston - Saturday August 29th at 11:00am on FOX 26 Houston
- New Orleans - Saturday August 29th at 6:30pm on 4WWL