Despite being able to put off decent ratings on the cable streaming network owned by Disney, the end for Siren is near. The mermaid drama, Siren, has been put out in the sea by Freeform. The makers of the show have canceled the show after premiering three seasons. This step was taken just after two months from the day of the premiere of the finale of the third season, which took place on May 28.
In the most recent season of Siren, we can agree on the fact that the ratings of the show have witnessed some drop. Even after showing a fall, it got better ratings and was among the better performers on Freeform.
The average count for the same day viewers of the third season was 408,000. These ratings were ahead of those like that of Grown-ish, which got 350,000, The Bold Type (162,000), and Good Trouble(255,000). These numerical values represent a fraction of the total audience of the show. You may know that Freeform acquires most of its viewership via delayed viewing and digital platforms.
Siren Cancelled after Season 3
The story of Siren revolves around Eline Powell, a young woman who arrives in a fishing of Bristol Cove. It is also known as the ancient home of the mermaids. This signals towards the fact that these predators are out to reclaim their rights of the ocean. Along with Eline, Fola Evans, Alex Roe, Ian Verdun, Akingbola, and Rena Owen are also there in the show. The series is based on a story written by Eric Wald and Dean White. Dean is also the executive producer of the show.
The cancellation of Siren will leave the Freeform with a lineup of originals, including the above-mentioned shows like Good Trouble, The Bold Type, Grown-ish, and Everything’s Gonna Be Okay.