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‘Sharknado Week’ wrecks havoc on the Syfy channel

It’s time for shark week again – but with that unique Syfy twist.

The Syfy channel’s second annual “Sharknado Week,” starting Saturday, will feature seven original movie premieres as part of a celebration of the anticipated debut of “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” on Wednesday.

Additionally, the network will run shark and creature features daily through next Saturday including marathons on Saturday, Sunday and next Saturday. The movie premieres showcase the return of Syfy veterans sharktopus (part shark/part octopus) and mega shark (the extinct giant shark, megalodon) as well as the introduction of whalewolf and a three-headed shark.

For the full list of movies, visit Here’s a rundown of the week’s premieres:


7 p.m. “Roboshark.” An alien space probe is devoured by a great white shark that then terrorizes Seattle. Starring Hristo Balabanov (“Robocrock”).

9 p.m. “Mega Shark vs. Kolossus.” The mega shark goes go head-to-head against a reawakened giant robot Kolossus. Starring Illeana Douglas, Amy Rider and Brody Hutzler.


9 p.m. “Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf.” Sharktopus squares off against the new half-whale, half-wolf creature. Starring husband-and-wife actors Casper Van Dien and Catherine Oxenberg .


7 p.m. “3 Headed Shark Attack.” This triple-faced mutation finds a human buffet on a party boat. Danny Trejo and WWE star Rob Van Dam star. (“2 Headed Shark Attack” precedes the new film at 5 p.m.)

9 p.m. “Zombie Shark.” Another experimental shark gets loose and sets its sights on humans. With Jason London and Leslie Castay.


9 p.m. “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” The third film in the franchise finds sharknados wreaking havoc across the entire East Coast. Ian Ziering and Tara Reid return to fight again, this time with a slew of famous cameos. (“Sharknado” and “Sharknado 2” precede at 5 and 7 p.m. respectively.)

Next Saturday:

9 p.m. “Lavalantula.” It’s “Police Academy” vs. the lavalantulas as Steve Guttenberg, Leslie Easterbrook, Michael Winslow and others from the “Police Academy” franchise fight lava-breathing tarantulas in Los Angeles.


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