No, any good? @WGNOtv
— Louisiana World #LWN (@Louisiana_World) July 31, 2014
(CNN) — Peace. Love. And Snarknado 2.
What does it say when Americans unite, not once, but twice in a lifetime for a TV show? And not just a TV show, but one where a twister filled with man-eating sharks menaces a major metropolitan area.
We couldn’t afford a psychologist so we’ll just have to look at social media.
Last summer, “Sharknado” churned up a storm of laughs, 5.3 million viewers and enough clever tweets to choke a … shark.
It was the same story Wednesday night for the debut of “Sharknado 2: The Second One” on Syfy.
The Twitterverse exploded.
#Sharknado2TheSecondOne was the top-trending hashtag on Twitter well into the overnight hours and social search website Topsy recorded more than 215,000 tweets with #sharknado2 over the past day.
But what inspires such passion, such creativity?
Is it the rubber sharks flying through Midtown Manhattan, the implausible storyline…
View original post 156 more words