The biggest event of the summer is here! That's right the premiere of Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! on Syfy. You don't want to miss this one, so even if you can't watch on a standard TV screen, there are ways to stream Sharknado 3, so you don't miss a single shark-filled tornado or chainsaw wielded by star Ian Ziering. For example, you could use your mom's cable account info (or anyone's) to watch it live on Syfy's website, or watch it on-demand on the SyFyNow app (available immediately after the first run of the movie ends).
Or you could watch it with a group of friends while streaming from your roommate's sister's cousin's account info for Hulu. (It's likely to show the third, since it has carried both Sharknado and Sharknado 2, and currently carries clips of Sharknado 3.) You'll also probably be able to watch the movie on Syfy's website after the movie airs Wednesday night and, according to some sources, the Syfy Now app will live stream the movie 24 hours after it airs.
No matter how you watch it, you simply can't miss the TV movie event of the summer. The first Sharknado movie had the freak weather condition take on Los Angeles and the second one (literally titled Sharknado: The Second One ) visited New York City. Sharknado 3 is set to bring campy and hilarious destruction to the rest of the East Coast, wandering from Washington, D.C., to Orlando, Florida. It sounds like Ziering's hero Fin Shepherd will need more than one chainsaw.
Here are some ways you can enjoy and stream Sharknado 3 to fully appreciate its epic-ness.
Use Your (Or Someone Else's) Cable Provider Info To Watch It On SyFy's Website With A Group Of Friends
Use either yours or your cousin's brother's mom's cable password info to stream it from SyFy's website for all of your best friends. Invite them over, provide some beers, and it's Sharknado party time! One of my friends actually did have a party for the first movie, because how could you not want to share the craziness, the sharks, and the chainsaws with your best friends? It's great to have people to laugh along with when watching the sharknadoes ravage the unsuspecting cities. You can even play Sharknado 3 bingo, thanks to Syfy.
Use Your (Or Someone Else's) Hulu Plus Info To Stream It The Next Day At Work
I'm not saying you should take advantage of these lazy summer days at work and turn your screen away from your boss' view, but you could. If you need something to do during the slow Thursday, fire up Hulu Plus (or whatever it's called these days), put in someone's (yours or whoever's) login info, and suddenly your work day is so much brighter.
Await The Inevitable Midnight Showing At Your Local Movie Theater & Cozy Up With A Date
The past two Sharknado movies have been picked up for midnight showings by local theaters, so it's only inevitable that this may very well happen for Sharknado 3. There's a certain magic about seeing a really campy and hilarious movie at midnight — a la The Room and the legendary Rocky Horror Picture Show — so why not take a date and cuddle together while you laugh and watch sharks chomp on the East Coast?
DVR It So You Can Watch It Over & Over While Doing Household Chores
Chores are boring, but putting Sharknado on in the background could certainly spice things up. Here, you'd be cleaning to prevent sharknadoes — or something like that. Use your imagination!
Have A Sharknado Marathon
What's better than one Sharknado movie? All of them! Watch them all in a row (the first two are available for streaming on Netflix, Hulu, or Syfy) and bask in their glory as we await the inevitable Sharknado 4.
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