If you missed "Sharknado" when it aired on
The low-budget cheese-fest, starring
The producers promise never-before-seen footage from the movie, a behind-the-scenes featurette and even a gag reel. Watching Ian Ziering blow his lines repeatedly is probably best enjoyed in the wee hours of the night, anyway.
The original TV movie, which aired July 11, drew only a so-so audience of 1.37 million viewers, but it was a social media phenomenon. It drew enough attention that a sequel has been green-lighted and is expected to air on Syfy in July 2014.
While it's too soon to tell if this midnight showing of "Sharknado" will spawn a generation's worth of midnight fun a la
After all, no one watches "Sharknado" just to watch "Sharknado."