Syfy’s Sharknado has taken us around the world and into space, so there’s one way this had to end. New reports suggest the absurd and beloved franchise is chomping its teeth to a close, and will travel through time for its ultimate end.
Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin is trading dragons for aliens. Syfy’s first look at the veteran author’s adaptation of Nightflyers has already arrived, promising “Psycho in space” as aliens infiltrate a doomed starship.
TV viewers are no stranger to bleeped swear words in their favorite shows, but there’s always a double-take when F-bombs slip past the censors. It may now be intentional, as USA and Syfy are relaxing language standards on mature series – the sign of a coming trend.
Every year we ask ourselves how Sharknado might up the ante, and you don’t get much bigger than the full Independence Day. Watch Global Swarming send sharks after the world’s landmarks in a first teaser for Syfy’s fifth (!) Sharknado film.
Global Warming remains a very real threat to the world, but minor bright side – we don’t have flying sharks to deal with (yet). Not so for Sharknado, which winds into a fifth movie with a new Global Swarming subtitle, and a list of cameos from Fabio, to Tony Hawk, Kathy Lee Gifford and even a Game of Thrones White Walker.
If you thought the cord-cutters’ market was aggressive before, just wait until you get a load of YouTube TV. The online video staple announced the full scope of its live TV bundle, complete with unlimited cloud DVR and a moderate monthly subscription fee.
Sharknado 3 already reach the pinnacle of great white weather catastrophes in taking its titular threat to friggin’ space, and there’s only one way to top it. You’re goddamn right: Gary Busey. The fourth installment in Syfy’s surprisingly endurant social media disaster flick has whipped up the winds of production, announcing its first guest stars and details.
Because you asked for it, pleaded for it, mailed millions of pounds of chum to your local congressman for it, Sharknado is back and headed to Washington D.C. for a second sequel. The first trailer from Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! has arrived, and yes, a shark lands on the Lincoln Memorial.
Maine is full of old hospitals, forts, mills, prisons and other places that could be haunted. What I want to do is get the TV shows ‘Ghost Adventures’, ‘Ghost Asylum or ‘Ghost Hunters’ up here to investigate a few of these places. What’s cooler than Maine highlighted on TV? So I’ll list my top 10 places. Feel free to add yours to the list.
Just when you thought it was safe to stay out of the water, Syfy's infamous 'Sharknado' is poised to take a bite out of the Big Apple, as 'Sharknado 2: The Second One' prepares to make landfall on July 30. The first teaser trailer for the second sharkening has arrived, and if you were wondering whether or not sharks attack the New York Mets, we've got you covered.
Ever since Syfy first announced that it would follow up 2010 angel thriller 'Legion' with a sequel TV series 'Dominion,' we've been anxious to check out the post-apocalyptic heaven-scape. Last week's trailer gave us our clearest look yet at the ongoing angel-human conflict, but the full poster for Syfy's Dominion' might be the most iconic imagery yet.
It's been a difficult road for Starz to come up with anything as breakout as the 3.5-season 'Spartacus' saga, but while 'Outlander' will prove to be the next big concept series for the network, Syfy is giving 'Spartacus' another shot in the arena. All 39 episodes of the original run will soon air on the sci-fi network, albeit understandably toned down for content.
In the grand tradition of 'The Godfather,' 'Star Wars' and 'Back to the Future,' Syfy ordered a 'Sharknado 3' because you just can't do an epic proper justice unless you make it into a trilogy, thus cementing (or forcefully trying to demand by default) its proper place in classic cinema.
We've seen the Syfy development wheels turning a bit of late with last week's official pickup of the TV-adapted '12 Monkeys,' but this might be the cable network's most intriguing prospect yet. Syfy will follow 'The Walking Dead' into zombie land with a series order for 'Z Nation,' its own corner of the apocalypse that borrows a few pages from 'World War Z,' as well.