Glory, glory! Today, SyFy announced that there will, indeed be a “Sharknado” sequel.
“Every once in a while, there is a perfect storm – on television. The fans are clamoring for a sequel. Or perhaps it will be a prequel … What we can guarantee is that ‘Sharknado 2′will be lots of fun. We’ll be announcing more details very soon. But we didn’t want our fans to worry they wouldn’t get their fill of more shark fin, I mean, fun next year,” said the EVP of SyFy programming.
As if that weren’t good enough news, SyFy is now accepting title suggestions for “Sharknado 2.” You can Tweet them to @SyfyMovies using the hashtag #Sharknado.
Unrelated, but totally related, this page of a screenplay about Squid-Shark-Alligator hybrids (written by an eight-year-old at summer camp) was posted on Reddit last night. SyFy, I think we’ve got a winner here. “Sharknado 2: The Attack Of The Squarklligators.” Jeremy London could star in it. Guy needs a comeback performance. You can see a larger photo of the image on the right after the jump. [Gossip Cop; Dangerous Minds]
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When Nick and I moved, we sold our TV, and for the past couple months we’ve been toying with the idea of living a TV-free life. It was nice for awhile, but soon we realized we had turned into that special breed of hipster who says “I don’t watch TV,” but spends, like, six hours a day watching Netflix TV shows on their laptop. We love TV. So sue us. Last week, we decided to stop squinting at our laptops and bought a new TV. Since we didn’t have a table to put it on in the living room, we were like, “Hey, let’s put it in the bedroom for now! We can snuggle and have movie nights!” And yeah, that didn’t really work out. Keep reading »
Since the season finale of “Kitchen Nightmares” aired, it seems like the show is all anyone’s been talking about. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you must have been away from your computer all week or you live in a remote yurt in the woods. I’ll give you the briefest of brief updates and you can do the rest of the heavy lifting yourself if you’re interested. Spoilers after the jump. Keep reading »
Let’s play a game of “My Strange Addiction” Would You Rather. You go first. Would you rather drink blood or drink pee? You have to pick one, “neither” is not an option.
While you think about your answer, let’s take a moment to remember Carrie from last season, the woman who had been drinking her own urine — as well as using it to bathe, moisturize, and brush her teeth — for four years because she believed it helped send her cancer into remission. So, that’s your first choice.
Now, I’ll tell you about Michelle, the blood drinker who will be appearing on the March 20th episode. Just to clarify, she does not want to categorize herself as a vampire, she is simply someone who enjoys blood quite a lot. Keep reading »
So, you’ve worked your way through all 64 of the Kama Sutra’s pleasure postures, even the ones that seem impossible to pull off like the Pair Of Tongs or the Head Spinner. Seriously, how did you do that without hurting yourself? We’re impressed. But now, you’ve reached a sexual crossroads. What do you do to wow your partner in bed this Valentine’s Day once you’ve achieved sexual transcendence? Show that you’re hip and edgy, that you have the finger on the pulse of pop culture, obviously. We can help with that. Behold The Frisky’s sex positions inspired by our favorite TV characters. Maybe you’ve done the Back Breaker without a trip to the hospital but can you live through the The Dark Passenger? Now that’s dangerous bedroom play. But someone’s got to try it. Might as well be you. Click through for the Frisky’s addendum to the Kama Sutra.
It’s official! “Mad Men” season six is back on Sunday, April 7th at 9p.m, bitches! Here are some teaser promo pics to get us obsessing over possible story lines. I haven’t a clue about what will happen. But I can tell that Weight Watchers worked for Betty, that Sally has gone through puberty, that Don looks appropriately broody, and that Megan is experimenting with her personal style. More clues contained in the pics after the jump. Predictions? [ONTD] Keep reading »
Is there anything funnier than a cat sitting up like a person? How about a cat sitting up like a person watching TV? Not bad, Internet, not bad. [YouTube]
As we eagerly await the season three premiere of “Downton Abbey,” consider this over tea and crumpets: life before Lady Mary was mucking up her love life and Lady Sybil was wearing pants. Julian Fellowes, the creator of of the show, has announced his plans for a spin-off drama, following the courtship of Lord and Lady Grantham. At a recent BAFTA lecture, he said, “I do have an idea of doing a prequel of the courtship. He only fell in love after they married. He married her for the money. That is something he came to feel quite guilty about.” Here’s what we have to say on the matter: SMASHING. Cora … that minx. And now I’ll have to talk in a British accent for the rest of the day. [Express UK]
Dear “The Voice,”
I heard the news that you will be replacing Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green with Shakira and Usher next season. I hate this idea. Not because I love Xtina and Cee Lo so much that I can’t stand to lose them, but because you seem to be getting a touch of “American Idol” syndrome.
That’s not a real syndrome, I just made it up. It’s when a reality competition show gets really successful, really quickly, and instead of sticking with what made it really successful, really quickly in the first place, it gets all full of itself and tries to change everything, therefore ruining itself. That was a really long sentence. What I’m trying to say to you is: don’t ruin yourself, “The Voice.” Keep reading »
This season of “Bachelor Pad” atoned for all of its boringness in the finale. Let’s start off light, before I delve into the dark and dirty underbelly where people betray one another and we ponder the ways in which money corrupts human beings. Let’s start with Jamie’s ridiculous Pocahontas outfit. It’s as if she thought we would forget what a lunatic she was on the show by dressing like an even bigger lunatic for the finale. It didn’t work. I had almost forgotten. But her outfit brought all the cringeworthy memories back — the awkward makeout session with Chris, how she wanted to fall in love on TV so her kids could see it. Ugh. And just like the false eyelashes and face jewelry she wore, her Padmates called her out for being “fake.” But one couple found something real. Find out which couple, to quote Rihanna, “found love in a hopeless place,” after the jump. Keep reading »