Siren: Season 2 (2019)

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Air date: Jan 24, 2019

With more mermaids landing at Bristol Cove's shores, the threat of discovery increases; following his encounter with the siren song, Ben tries to cope with the aftereffects; Maddie's mother returns to town and tries to connect with her daughter.

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Air date: Jan 31, 2019

Ben, Maddie and Ryn desperately try to keep the newly arrived mermaid pack hidden from the rest of the town; Elaine grows more suspicious of Helen and her connections to their family.

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Air date: Feb 7, 2019

Ryn fights to maintain leadership of the pack when her loyalties are questioned; Ben interferes in a mermaid ritual, causing friction between himself and Ryn; Helen discovers more about her family lineage.

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Air date: Feb 14, 2019

Ryn attempts to find another solution for housing the mermaids, as hiding them becomes increasingly difficult; Ben mentors Levi as he tries to learn how men behave on land; Maddie continues to struggle with her mother's renewed presence in her life.

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Air date: Feb 21, 2019

Ryn encounters some resistance as she continues to try to teach the other mermaids how to be more human in order to better assimilate; Maddie finds herself in a dangerous situation while trying to help her mother.

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Air date: Feb 28, 2019

Dale copes with the fallout from Maddie and Ryn's encounter with the man from Susan's past; Katrina continues to persuade the rest of the mermaid pack to get on her side, even if it means brute force against both mermaids and humans.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Tensions rise following a shocking discovery; living in a tank rather than the ocean starts to have an adverse effect on many of the mermaids; hoping to save her kind and help her human circle, Ryn makes a deal with a complicated ally.

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Air date: Mar 14, 2019

Mermaids and humans join forces in a radical plan to stop the oil company, but their efforts have a devastating effect; facing an uncertain future, Ben, Maddie and Ryn come together for a romantic farewell.

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Air date: Jun 13, 2019

Ben, Maddie and the other humans deal with the fallout from the attack on the oil rig, while the mermaids re-acclimate to their ocean home; Ryn returns to land to follow through on an agreement she made with the military.

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Air date: Jun 20, 2019

Elaine Pownall seeks treatment from the military's medical trial using mermaid cells, but the procedure doesn't come without side effects to the mermaids; Helen and Rick learn more about the hybrid status and their history in Bristol Cove.

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Cast & Crew

Eline Powell
Ryn

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Alex Roe
Ben Pownall

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Rena Owen
Helen Hawkins

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Fola Evans-Akingbola
Maddie Bishop

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Ian Verdun
Xander McClure

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Sibongile Mlambo
Donna

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Brad Luff
Executive Producer
Emily Whitesell
Executive Producer
Dean White
Executive Producer
Eric Wald
Executive Producer
Nate Hopper
Executive Producer
R. D. Robb
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  • Jul 05, 2020
    The love of Ryn became threesome with Maddie also. But it was OK. Not great. But plot has strong potential with unexpected twist on final episode. Great series!!!
  • Apr 25, 2020
    harika........................
  • Apr 23, 2020
    From the beginning, the series surprised me, bringing mermaids totally out of the cartoon pattern. The tv show portrays very well what I think would happen if humanity encountered mermaids and what they actually looked like. It became my favorite tv show! Totally non-standard, original and very well produced!
  • Apr 17, 2020
    I love this show. I wish it was on dvd or blu ray for purchase!
  • Nov 21, 2019
    Got turned off when the 3 main characters started a threesome.
  • Aug 07, 2019
    The second season of this show about mermaids holds up pretty well. The showrunners keep things interested as some interesting new developments progress throughout this season. What I like about this show is that unlike other attractive people drama shows, the characters usually act like regular people. You don't get forced logic or unreasonable overreactions or character inconsistency like some shows of this type. Not to say that there isn't any inter-character conflict, but when it happens it feels natural. First half is stronger than the second half. Kind of wish they hadn't increased the episode count this year and told a more compact story instead. Also found the final episode to be a little cheap and a plot point set up for next season to be a little frustrating. Overall, I was entertained and will be seeing the next season.
  • Aug 02, 2019
    the story of humans and mermaids continue on Freeform 'Siren' returns for a second season with more characters and more drama Ryn is back but she's not the only one as other mermaids are out for blood against the humans and vice versa the threat of the mermaids being discovered by everyone else is also increasing last time Ben also fell under the song's spell and its effects on him are starting to show Maddie's mother also returns who tries to mend their relationship Ben and Maddie have a lot on their plates watching over more mermaids including Ryn but also trying to keep their existence secret There may be a power struggle though about Ryns role as a leader An oil company is also threatening to destroy their habitat, true it'll create jobs for the town but at the expense of the quality of the sea and the wildlife Ben's Mother is suffering from a serious illness that could kill her so their only hope may lie in extracting stem cells from the mermaids themselves Of course it's at the expense of putting their trust in the military who may have a deeper agenda Among other things there's this unusual cult that obsessed with welcoming Ryn and others of their kind into their community Ryn is also approaching mating season but the waters have to be clean enough to make a successful offsrping the finale leads to the exposure of mermaids and how the rest of the human population is reacting, is it kind or resentful? how can so much suffering be avoided if the secret never got out? can there ever be a peace between both species? you're raised in a pack, you're not meant to be solitary, some people kill because they're afraid or ashamed or angry, trusting others can be dangerous, the truth can be scary and violent Cooler new characters and story twists here thankfully Season 3 is coming and a brand new development is about to be born so to speak, I'm anxious to see how they can raise more of the stakes between mermaids and humans 'Siren' still has that addictive edge to its advantage
  • Jul 31, 2019
    Strong story and i think show has capability to reach new heights.
  • Jun 26, 2019
    Seasons not over yet so I may update my review. But so far I still love the show and can't wait for the next episode each week. Can't recall a time I've ever been so excited to watch a series. Please keep the seasons going.
  • Mar 27, 2019
    Even better than the first season

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