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Keep your eye out for crazed sea animals caught in a storm, because it looks like another "Sharknado" is about to touch down. 

Try to contain your excitement.

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Syfy has ordered a third “Sharknado” for your viewing pleasure. This means Syfy must be pretty confident about the franchise, because the sequel “Sharknado 2: the Second One” — talk about a clever and intriguing title — has yet to premiere on the network.

The first movie was set in Los Angeles and the second one is set in New York, so we can’t imagine what new location the producers have in mind to be pummeled by sharks and strong winds. We’re crossing our fingers for Miami, but we can also see the trilogy returning to L.A. to, you know, bring the story full circle. We also hope that in the third movie, the government has put together an active response team to attend to these sharknados now that they seems to be happening all the time. Talk about plot development!

The first “Sharknado” cost the network a mere $250,000 for the made-for-TV movie, which didn’t leave much of a payout for Tara Reid.

What do you think about Syfy ordering another “Sharknado” movie? Are you going to tune in to see the stormy carnage? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Entertainment Weekly