What to Expect From 'Sharknado 2: The Second One'

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"Even the sharknados are tougher in New York," says Ian Ziering's character Fin Shepard during 30-second preview for tonight's "Sharknado 2: The Second One."

Yes, it's back!

The SyFy Network's introduction says lightning never strikes twice. It will do just that tonight at 9 p.m. ET -- as the movie that took over Twitter last summer returns, moving things from Los Angeles to New York City.

"Let's go kill some sharks!" is the battle cry for Shepard and his gang, who are in the Big Apple trying not to get eaten by deranged sharks flying overhead.

Read: Why Has 'Sharknado' Become Such a Culture Phenomenon?

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"They're sharks, they are scary and no one wants to get eaten, but let me tell you, I've been eaten and it takes more than that to bring a New Yorker down!" the film's leading man says.

So, what should you expect tonight?

Lot's of iconic New York landmarks are featured like the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty.

You can definitely expect lots of blood and chainsaws. You'll also see the return of Ziering, Tara Reid and a new cast that includes Mark McGrath, Vivica A. Fox, and guest spots from Billy Ray Cyrus, Andy Dick and Perez Hilton.

A battle will also rage in the subway.

In a teaser clip released a few weeks ago, McGrath's character and Ziering have a heart-to-heart talk on the train when a shark attacks and the gang is right back at it -- only this time in a dark tunnel!

Reid spoke to ABC News and said fans should expect a fun ride tonight.

“This film is amazing,” she said." “We realized, here’s a formula. It worked on the first one, so we don’t want to mess with that one."

The film's director said you can definitely expect Zeiring to be kicking some butt.

“Of course, you got to bring the chainsaw back,” said director Anthony C. Ferrante. “But what he does with it, I think, is what's going to be the fun part.”

If you recall, Ziering chainsawed his way out of a shark at the end of the first film, so he's going to have to go big to top that.

Finally, Reid says expect nothing in the movie to make sense.

"It doesn’t [make sense]," she added. "But that’s 'Sharknado.' There are no rules in 'Sharknado.'"

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