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Ian Ziering, ‘Sharknado’ Director Reunite for ‘Zombie Tidal Wave’ at Syfy

Ian Ziering and the 'Sharknado' team are reuniting at Syfy to launch what they hope is a new movie franchise: 'Zombie Tidal Wave.'

How ‘Sharknado’ Went From AFM Pitch Session to Global Sensation

What began as a throwaway line from a film about a murderous leprechaun ended up in a pitch session during the American Film Market seven years ago — original title: 'Shark Storm' — and would go on to spawn five sequels, a Las Vegas musical and (possibly) an animated series. The creative team behind Syfy's monster hit Sharknado looks back on how a cheesy, low-budget thriller about airborne man-eaters became an unlikely overnight cultural phenomenon.

Tara Reid “Blown Away” by Success of ‘Sharknado’ Franchise

"I think that’s why fans like it so much, because they see that it’s outrageous. They see that it takes you out of your everyday life," Reid told The Hollywood Reporter.

This Week in TV: A Guide to New and Returning Series

From 'The Great British Baking Show' to 'Sharknado,' THR highlights the must-see new and returning shows in the week of Aug. 13.

How ‘Sharknado’ Casts Its C-Listers and Nearly Landed Trump as President

Months before he declared himself a candidate, Trump was set to play commander-in-chief in the schlocky Syfy film franchise that has lured everyone from Ann Coulter to Charo for cameos while regular Tara Reid makes a quarter of one male co-star's pay.

‘Sharknado’ Augmented Reality Mobile Game Debuts

Users will be able to see a virtual Sharknado in their surroundings.

‘Sharknado 5’ Unveils Guest Cast, Climate Change-Inspired Title

Fabio will play the pope in the summer Syfy movie.

‘Sharknado 5’ a Go at Syfy With Returning Stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid

The latest sequel will film in more than five countries, including the U.K., Bulgaria and Australia.

‘Sharknado 4’ Trailer Reveals Fate of Tara Reid’s Character

Syfy let fans vote on whether April lived or died.

Stacey Dash Sounds Off on Hollywood’s “Antagonistic” Treatment of Conservatives

"Everybody tells me I’m racist. I’m a black Mexican. It’s absurd. White casting people have actually said to me, 'You’re not black enough,'" the actor-turned Fox News pundit tells The Hollywood Reporter. "It’s the same as stereotyping white people, with ugly sweaters at Christmas and grandma drunk on eggnog."

‘Sharknado 4’ Title Revealed

Syfy has also unveiled the official poster for the movie.