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‘Siren’ Cancelled: No Season 4 For Freeform Mermaid Series

Freeform is telling Siren to sleep with the fishes, cancelling the mermaid drama after three seasons, TVLine has confirmed.

Across Season 3’s 10-episode run, Siren averaged a 0.11 demo rating and 410,000 total viewers (in Live+Same day numbers), down 30 and 15 percent from Season 2. Out of the seven series currently on Freeform’s roster, it ranks second in the demo (trailing only grown-ish) and No. 1 in total audience.

Siren‘s third season finale — which will now serve as its series finale — aired on May 28, delivering the long-awaited final showdown between mermaids Ryn and Tia. Though good ultimately triumphed over evil, the episode didn’t exactly wrap up Ryn’s story in a neat little bow. Sure, her daughter is safe, but Ben’s whereabouts are still unknown. (Click here for our full breakdown of the finale.)

The mermaid drama stars/starred Alex Roe as Ben Pownall, Eline Powell as Ryn Fisher, Fola Evans-Akingbola as Maddie Bishop, Ian Verdun as Xander McClure and Rena Owen as Helen Hawkins.

News of Siren‘s cancellation comes shortly after Freeform ordered additional seasons of witch drama Motherland: Fort Salem and quirky comedy Everything’s Gonna Be Okay. The network’s Party of Five reboot, meanwhile, was cancelled after just one season in April.

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In other recent Freeform news, the network announced that new episodes of Good Trouble and grown-ish — which were both supposed to air this summer — are being held until 2021.

TVLine’s Cable TV Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect Siren‘s cancellation. Did you predict this outcome? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.


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