NBC is going to run an earthquake disaster movie next week - "10.5". The premise is that a magnitude 10.5 (ouch) Earthquake hits the west coast of the US (apparently, more than 1). You have to love these quotes I got from the CNN story on the show:
Howard Braunstein, executive producer of the miniseries, acknowledged that the film is meant as "fun entertainment" and plays loose with the facts.
Asked whether he consulted scientists in developing the project, Braunstein said: "Not really. We went on the Internet for backup research."