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Sharknado 5 Set for A 2017 Premiere

Sharknado 5 will be shot in more than five countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia, and filming has already begun.

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    Actor Ian Ziering, who starred in the fourth installment of the campy smash "Sharknado" franchise on SyFy, talks to a fan at the Motor City Comic Con, Friday, May 13, 2016, in Novi, Mich.

    Syfy is bringing the four shark-men to cable with a fifth installment of "Sharknado." 

    The franchise, which has become something of a cult classic, has taken on cities around the United States for its first four films. From D.C. to New York to Los Angeles, shark-slaying team Fin and April have slashed through their nemeses. But despite their efforts, “Sharknado: the 4th Awakens” left North America in ruins, with sharks everywhere poised for an international attack. 

    Tornadoes filled with sharks will cause a global environmental crisis as actors Ian Ziering and Tara Reid reprise their roles later this year. Sharknado 5 will be shot in more than five countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia. Filming has already begun.

    No premiere date has been released for the sequel, but earlier installments have hit screens in summer, specifically July.

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