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  1. 'Sharknado 3' Producer on Creating "Shock, Awe and Surprise" on the 'Feast Coast'

    10:36 am 7/20/2015

    Chris Regina, senior vp program strategy at Syfy and an associate producer on the sequel, talks with THR about what to expect from the next installment.Read more

  2. 'Sharknado 3' Behind-the-Scenes Preview Has More Sharks, More Tornadoes

    7:00 am 6/30/2015

    Hungry for the Feast Coast. Read more

  3. Ann Coulter Talks 'Sharknado 3' Role: I'm as Bad as Lena Dunham

    6:00 am 6/19/2015

    "I've been acting for years. ... My greatest acting performance was pretending to enjoy the movie 'Selma.'"Read more

  4. 'Archie Vs. Sharknado' Cover Sees Archie Facing Death From Above (Exclusive)

    11:57 am 5/18/2015

    Riverdale's favorite teen takes on Syfy's guilty pleasure this July.Read more

  5. 'Sharknado 3' Producers Accuse Labor Union of Bullying

    1:40 pm 3/13/2015

    The IATSE denies the allegations from The Asylum COO Paul Bales.Read more

  6. 'Sharknado 3' Shoot in D.C. Met by Picketing Union

    11:14 am 3/11/2015

    IATSE members walked off the job as the production shot near the White House.Read more

  7. 'Sharknado 3' Producer Mocks Picketing Union By Touting Deal With Sharks

    4:26 pm 3/3/2015

    Meanwhile, IATSE is “surprised” at producers’ non-union stance, which denies workers pension and health benefits.Read more

  8. 'Sharknado 3' Sets President and Vice President Roles (Exclusive)

    7:30 am 3/2/2015

    Mark Cuban and Ann Coulter become the latest guest stars in the Syfy sensation.Read more

  9. Ian Ziering, Tara Reid Returning for 'Sharknado 3'

    10:37 am 1/15/2015

    The cult hit will premiere in JulyRead more

  10. Syfy's Dave Howe on New Strategy, "Frustrating" 'Defiance' Experiment and More 'Sharknado'

    11:00 am 12/11/2014

    The network's president on the channel's plan to return to its outer space roots with 'Ascension' and why 'Battlestar Galactica' was ahead of its timeRead more

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