‘Sharknado 6’ Was An Epic Finale And The Fan Reactions On Twitter Were Perfect

It’s hard to believe that last night the final installment of the Sharknado series premiered on the SyFy network.

Sharknado 6: It’s About Time was the 6th and final film in the epic franchise about tornadoes picking up sharks and terrorizing the world. I spent 8 hours yesterday watching a Sharknado marathon on the couch after introducing my cousin to the films for the first time.

I’ll admit that Sharknado 6: It’s About Time wasn’t necessarily my favorite film in the series. I was a big fan of Sharknado 2 and Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!. And I believe the 6th film focused a little too much on rebooting the film franchise instead of actual sharknados, but it was still a glorious film.

They jumped through time and fought dinosaurs, met a sorceress, fought alongside Benjamin Franklin and changed the course of history. They jumped into a dystopian future with robot sharks. This movie had it all.

Sharknado Twitter is the best version of Twitter. It’s better than Awards Shows Twitter, WWE Twitter, NFL Twitter. It’s the best.

There’s something about sharks getting sucked up into a vortex and thrown into a city that just brings out the best that Twitter has to offer and I wanted to share some of last night’s best tweets with you dudes so you could get a taste of what you missed if you weren’t watching Sharknado 6: It’s About Time.

Frankly, I don’t understand this sentiment. If your family isn’t into tweeting and Sharknado then just trade them in for a newer, better family:

Dude, what?

Facts only:

They say that this is the last of the Sharknado films but I’d be SHOCKED if there wasn’t another one next year. Shocked.

One of the best GIFs of the night, just before Fin met his parents on the beach:

He’s not wrong:

Sharknado 6: It’s About Time deserves a nomination:

Let this sink in:

This was one of best moments:

Nobody saw Neil DeGrasse Tyson making a cameo:

So, the film ended with Tara Reid and Ian heading to the hospital to give birth to a baby and then fade to black.

If the film doesn’t reboot with an alien shark baby inside of her then the franchise has failed us. We need this zombie reboot. It has to happen.

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Cass Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of BroBible. He covers an array of topics including NFL, Pop Culture, Fishing News, and the Outdoors.