The last trailer for The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time just might be the best video you watch ever. The newest look at the upcoming sixth and final installment of the Sharknado franchise is turning up the hilarity, and of course the sharkiness.
The trailer starts out just like any other Sharknado film would. Everything seems bright, sunny and well until a mutant superstorm comes rolling through bringing along with it, of course, Sharknados! This upcoming installment won’t just be another simple battle of Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) versus the shark-infested storms. Oh no. This time around, they are going back in time to stop the very first Sharknado from happening. If they can stop the first storm, they can stop them all. Oh, we can’t wait to see this installment of the Sharknado franchise.
Check out the new trailer below.
Now we have all the time in the world to give you the biggest, baddest #Sharknado yet.
— Sharknado (@SharknadoSYFY) August 16, 2018
The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time will pick up right where the fifth film, Global Swarming, left off. According to a press release from Syfy, the sixth film is described as follows: “Our hero Fin (Ian Ziering) has battled sharks all over the globe, but in this last installment he will tackle the final shark-tier — time travel. In the ending moments of SHARKNADO 5: GLOBAL SWARMING, Fin was seen wandering alone on Earth after it was destroyed. Now he must travel back in time to stop the Sharknado that started it all. Will Fin and the gang be able to set everything right and save the world once and for all? A production of The Asylum, SHARKNADO 6 is directed by Anthony C. Ferrante, based on an original screenplay by Scotty Mullen.”
The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time will air this Sunday, August 19th on Syfy.
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