Ian Ziering, Tara Reid
Eight years after Al Gore taught the world about climate change, one film is hoping to pick up where An Inconvenient Truth left off. That would be the highly anticipated (but highly unscientific) upcoming Syfy TV movie Sharknado 2: The Second One.
"This is the most important film ever made about climate change," star...
Sharknado 2 will be rampaging the small screen early!
Syfy announced Friday that the highly anticipated sequel, Sharknado 2: The Second One, will debut...
Brandi Glanville, Kate Gosselin
With more than one Real Housewife in the boardroom, Celebrity ApprenticeSeason 7 will have more than its fair share of guaranteed drama.
Us Weekly reports that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Brandi Glanvilleand Atlanta'a Kenya Moore will both be among the contestants. The pair will join ...
Sharknado 2 will be rampaging the small screen this July!
TVGuide.com has confirmed that the highly anticipated sequel Sharknado 2: The Second One will debut...
Kelly Osbourne, Mark McGrath
The highly anticipated sequel to Sharknado just got more star-studded.
Kelly Osbourne, Mark McGrath, Vivica A. Fox, Andy Dick, 30 Rock alum...
Ian Ziering and Tara Reid
Ian Ziering and Tara Reid have signed on to return for the Sharknado sequel!
Set in New York City, Sharknado 2: The Second One will feature...
Looks like Syfy didn't like our pitch for the Sharknado sequel: 2 Shark 2 Nado.
The follow up to the buzzed-about Syfy TV movie will be titled...
Is Tara Reid shark bait?
Sharknado is getting a sequel, but Reid won't be a part of it, according to TMZ.
After taking Los Angeles and Twitter by storm on Thursday night, Syfy's TV movie Sharknado may be getting a sequel.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Syfy's executive vice president of programming and original movies, Thomas Vitale, sounded optimistic about a possible Sharknado Part Deux, but stressed that....
Orange is the New Black
Remakes (House of Cards) and reboots (Arrested Development) are one way to go when establishing a brand — let's just forget about the atrocious Hemlock Grove for now — but with Orange Is the New Black, Netflix finally achieves its eureka moment with a terrifically entertaining piece of original programming that's truly and bracingly original.
The setting, an upstate New York women's prison, isn't all that new, but Orange — adapted by Weeds' Jenji Kohan from a memoir by Piper Kerman — makes it fresh by mining a deep vein of absurdist humor with an unexpectedly generous empathy for the outrageous characters its overwhelmed heroine encounters in her nightmare odyssey behind bars. When anxious Piper Chapman (a wryly understated and immediately sympathetic Taylor Schilling) is being processed to start her 15-month sentence, she's assured this isn't OZ — and it also isn't Chained (or Caged) Heat. This show is much cooler than that.