Sharknado 6 To End Franchise

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All good campy things must come to an end: Syfy has greenlit a sixth and final Sharknado film, TVLine has learned exclusively.

The movie should be out in August, according to the official "Sharknado" Twitter account. TV Line reports that, in the final film, he must travel back in time to stop the Sharknado that started it all.

Joining Ziering in the film will be Vivica A. Fox, Tara Reid and Cassie Scerbo, along with a now unreleased slate of stunt castings and cameos.

Franchise stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will be back following the events of "Sharknado 5: Global Swarming" which ended with Ziering's character Finn wandering the world alone after it had been destroyed. Moreover, armed with pop culture riffs and an array of B/C-list celebrity cameos, the series seemingly brandished a level of self-awareness that bordered on satire.

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The SYFY channel built a reputation for itself by airing a wide variety of horror and science fiction-themed B-movies, pitting all manner of imaginary creatures against one another alongside actors who had often passed their prime.

The first film premiered in 2013 and quickly grew a rabid fan base on social media.

Advances in digital platforms in the early 2010s allowed audiences easier access to once-forgotten films like Troll 2 or Miami Connection, as well as more recent additions like The Room or Birdemic. That's because Syfy's order for Sharknado 6 will be the cable channel's final one.

The sixth Sharknado is set to air on Syfy sometime this summer; where will you be when the storm hits?

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