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'Sharknado' Sequel on the Way?

'Sharknado' Sequel on the Way?

Sharknado, the SyFy network’s latest film which aired last night (July 11), may be already signed for a sequel after social media exploded during and after its original airing.

According to Deadline, network officials want to sign on for a sequel and are anxiously awaiting the ratings.

Starring Tara Reid, the film features scary sharks that get sucked up into tornadoes.

“Given the enormous popular demand, Syfy will present a special encore presentation of Sharknado on Thursday, July 18 at 7PM (ET/PT),” the network also announced this morning.

DID YOU WATCH Shaknado last night??? How was it???

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5 Responses to “'Sharknado' Sequel on the Way?”

  1. 1
    aduh Says:

    “Given the enormous popular demand, Syfy will present a special encore presentation of Sharknado”

    Lmao so sad that syfy doesn’t understand mocking. most people watched it as a joke, not because they actually think it’s quality. oh well more money in their pockets either way

  2. 2
    kissmefrank1022 Says:

    everyone loves random crap.

  3. 3
    pika Says:

    THIS IS REAL??! i saw this on tumblr i thought it was a joke

  4. 4
    Albus Says:

    Wtf is this?? LOL

  5. 5
    anna Says:

    =@kissmefrank1022:

    It’s just light comedy! Geez, not every film has to have quality and taken seriously for it to be enjoyable. And, if you haven’t noticed, this was a made for TV film, not for the theaters. But sometimes the crap on TV is better than the crap Hollywood produces (i.e. Lone Ranger).

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