Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015) is a made for TV disaster film - the second sequel to the 2013 film Sharknado, direct sequel to Sharknado 2: The Second One, and the third film in the Sharknado film series. Thunder Levin, Anthony C. Ferrante, and David Michael Latt returned as writer, director, and producer respectively, while Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, Cassie Scerbo, and Mark McGrath likewise returned to reprise their roles. Also joining the cast are David Hasselhoff, Bo Derek, and Jack Griffo, while Ryan Newman replaces Aubrey Peeples in the role of Claudia Shepard.
Sharknado 3 first aired on Syfy channel July 22, 2015.
When a mass of Sharknadoes threatens America’s East Coast, chainsaw-wielding hero Fin must again risk his life to save his children on spring break. But as he fights his way south, the sharknadoes merge and grow bigger than ever before.
While sharknado fighter Fin Shepard is in Washington, D.C. to receive a medal of honor from the president, another sharknado strikes, devastating the nation's capital. Fin and the president work together to defeat the sharks, and the storm unexpectedly subsides. Fearing that April, who is at Universal Orlando with their daughter Claudia and her mother May, is in danger, Fin heads for Florida. On his way there, he encounters a "fognado", which is stopped by Nova Clarke, his former employee from the first film who has become a hardened sharknado storm tracker, and her partner Lucas Stevens. They stop at a military airport where they get clearance to use a fighter jet to bomb other forming sharknados. Lucas sacrifices himself to blow up a sharknado so Nova and Fin can escape. They detonate a bomb in a sharknado over the Daytona 500 race. After crash landing in Orlando they reunite with April, Claudia and May who have survived the sharknado that has hit the theme park. Realizing that the numerous storms will soon combine into a massive "sharkicane" that will destroy the entire East Coast, Fin calls in a favor from his estranged father, former NASA colonel Gil Shepard, for a risky plan to destroy the storm from space.
Gil, Fin, April, and Nova reach Cape Canaveral where they plan to use a top-secret Space Shuttle to blow up tanks of rocket fuel into the storm. While Nova clears a path, Gil, Fin and April launch into space where they detonate the external tank, but it fails to stop the wall of sharknados. Gil deploys "Plan B", activating a Reagan-era Strategic Defense Initiative satellite laser weapon. This time, the sharknados are destroyed, but the beam causes the sharks to propel into space, attacking the shuttle. Fin fights them off using an energy-beam chainsaw; he and April are eaten by two separate sharks which fall back down to Earth. Though the sharks are charred from atmospheric entry, Fin emerges from his shark and discovers that April has too along with their newborn. As the family and Nova reunite, Fin names his newborn son after his father, who has landed on the moon. April is about to recover Fin's father's badge when a Shuttle fragment is about to hit her.
See also: List of celebrity cameos in Sharknado 3
- Ian Ziering as Finley Shepard
- Cassie Scerbo as Nova Clarke, a former waitress at Fin's restaurant
- Bo Derek as May Wexler, April's mother
- Mark McGrath as Martin Brody, Fin's brother-in-law
- David Hasselhoff as Gilbert Shepard, Fin's father and a former NASA colonel
- Tara Reid as April Shepard, Fin's wife
- Ryan Newman as Claudia Shepard, Fin and April's daughter
- Frankie Muniz as Lucas Stevens, as Nova's partner
- Mark Cuban as President Marcus Robbins, the President of the United States
- Jack Griffo as Billy, a guy who befriends Claudia at the amusement park
- Sharknado: The 4th Awakens (2016)