Sharknado 2 Will Be Bigger, Better, And Sharkier Than Its Predecessor

Photo courtesy of Syfy/The Asylum
Photo courtesy of Syfy/The Asylum


The greatest film of our generation is getting a sequel, which is currently in production, and promises to be bigger and better than the one that preceded it. Of course, I could only be referring to Sharknado, or more specifically, Sharkando 2: The Second One.

So what exactly is going to make the sequel that much more sharkier? Well for one thing, more sharks, but as star of the film, Ian Ziering, explains it’s not just sharks that will be terrorising the residents of New York. “You’ll see other sharks, you’ll see more sharks you’ll see other marine life as well. We’re not limiting it just to sharks this time. Those will be the apex predator but, you may see some octopus, you may see some other things.”

For those uninitiated, Sharknado was a 2013 film from the beautiful minds at The Asylum. The made-for-television spectacular is what most would class as a B-grade disaster horror flick, about a waterspout that lifts sharks out of the ocean and then reins havoc when the sharks begin spitting out of the resulting tornado over Los Angeles.

Personally, B-grade films hold a special place in my heart and anything that The Asylum does is pure gold to me, and while Sharknado is pure cinematic genius, I also urge as many of you that are reading this to check out some of The Asylum’s other features, in particular Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus, Mega Piranha, Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus and last, but certainly by no means the least, 2-Headed Shark Attack.

Sharknado 2: The Second One is due to premiere on SyFy in July.


Sarah Goddard

Sarah Goddard is the Senior Managing Editor of 4 Your Excitement. In addition to 4YE, she worked at PopWrapped as a Content Editor. Sarah is the mother to a wonderful 5 year old son, nurturing his passion for the arts with her work. Sarah can be found on twitter, sharing her love and her rants on some of her favorite pop culture topics. Sarah considers herself a Gleek and often covers Glee related pieces for 4YE.
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