The end of the third season of Siren will also have to serve as the end of the series because Freeform, its chain in the United States, has decided to cancel it. Its audiences in these episodes had been notably lower than in the second installment, losing 30% in the demo and 15% in total viewers, so the series joins the reboot of Five in Family among the premature closings ordered by the channel, which has, however, renewed its antiterrorist witch fiction Motherland: Fort Salem.
Siren, curiously, is one of the most popular fictions in the HBO Spain catalog, and it also had a brilliant premiere on Freeform that, unfortunately for her, was losing steam over time. It tells the story of Ryn, a mermaid who dares to go to the mainland to look for her sister, and she does so in a town where there have always been many legends about these creatures.
The last episode of the third installment offers a resolution to the main conflict that appears to Ryn, in the middle of an internal fight between the mermaids, but there are also a few loose fringes that will no longer reach a resolution.