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  • 'Sharknado 2: The Second One' scores with outrageous Twitter reactions

    'Sharknado 2: The Second One' scores with outrageous Twitter reactions
    Ratings for Syfy'sá'ťSharknado 2: The Second One'ÇŁ haven't come in, but the movie is already a hit in one sphere. It quickly shot to number one on Twitter trending, with everyone getting in on the action of the sequel to the unlikely smash hit from last summer.
  • TV Review: 'Sharknado 2! The Second One'

    Around the time National Geographic produces its inevitable retrospective "The 2010s: What Was That All About?" historians should have a clearer understanding of why "Sharknado," out of all the cheekily exploitative schlock movies programmed by Syfy,...

    'Sharknado 2' Draws Syfy Record 3.9 Million Viewers

    "Sharknado" hasn't yet jumped the shark with viewers, as Syfy's sequel to last year's creature feature drew a sizable crowd of 3.9 million viewers on Wednesday night -- dwarfing the original's total, according to Nielsen's "live plus same-day" estimates....

    'Sharknado 2: The Second One' knows that you know it's ridiculous

    'Sharknado 2: The Second One' knows that you know it's ridiculous
    Having become something of a succŔs d'ordures, "Sharknado," the 2013 TV movie about a tornado full of sharks (to simplify somewhat), has inevitably birthed a sequel. Here it comes now. Premiering Wednesday on Syfy, it is called "Sharknado 2: The...

    'Sharknado 2': Just when you thought it was safe to go to Times Square �

    LOS ANGELES The idea of making a movie about a tornado that scoops up thousands of sharks and sends them flying through the air to chomp their way through a bevy of people, places and things sounds totally ridiculous. That didn't stop Syfy from moving...