Siren (2018–2020)
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Ryn, Ben, and Maddie must recruit new allies in the fight against Tia; Helen seeks answers when she's haunted by Donna's spirit; Tia obtains dangerous weapons she plans to use in her fight.

Director:

Marita Grabiak

Writers:

Eric Wald (created by), Dean White (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alex Roe ... Ben Pownall
Eline Powell ... Ryn
Fola Evans-Akingbola ... Maddie Bishop
Ian Verdun ... Xander McClure
Tiffany Lonsdale ... Tia
Rena Owen ... Helen Hawkins
Deniz Akdeniz ... Robb Wellens
Katie Keough ... Hunter
Georgia Waters ... Eliza
Hugo Ateo ... Sarge
Millan Tesfazgi ... Cami
Sisse Marie ... Yura (Female)
Ben Sullivan ... Yura (Male)
Dalias Blake ... Commander Anderson
Jennifer Oleksiuk ... Lieutenant Maeda
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Ryn, Ben, and Maddie must recruit new allies in the fight against Tia; Helen seeks answers when she's haunted by Donna's spirit; Tia obtains dangerous weapons she plans to use in her fight.

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy

Certificate:

TV-14
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Ryn: I like Robb. He is very kind.
Maddie Bishop: I like him, too.
Ryn: Robb is love?
Maddie Bishop: I'm not sure yet.
[Ryn lays down her tea cup]
Maddie Bishop: Ryn, however I feel about Robb, that will never change how special you are to me.
[Ryn kisses Maddie]
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Relevant Scientific Information, Superb Acting by Eline Powell
8 May 2020 | by aylinpatacsilSee all my reviews

Wow. The writers truly did their research on environmental science. And to apply it without an absurd magical solution, and make it as exciting and as interesting as possible. I ended up googling all about BPAs and microplastics. Whoa, a fantasy show that's actually teaching relevant scientific information today!

Good direction too, capturing all those little moments that create character. Eline Powell is already a powerful actress, but she's exponentially becoming better every episode. I can already feel her separation from her baby from the past episode, and now I can feel her anxiety over having to choose. And oh how she squished in her plane seat, I felt that too.

Oh... and I think I'm falling in love with Robb.


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7 May 2020 (USA) See more »

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