Freeform’s Mermaid Drama ‘Siren’ Gets Premiere Date, Casts Duo, Releases Clip
October 9, 2017 - Finding Carter
Freeform not usually announced a premiere date of their stirring drama Siren but also announced a entrance date as International Mermaid Day — that is wise deliberation a show’s narrative. The strange array will make a two-hour premiere at 8 PM EST on Mar 29.
The proclamation was done during a Siren New York Comic Con row where they also announced a casting of Aylya Marzoff (Grandfathered) and Sedale Threatt Jr. (Hap and Leonard) in repeated roles. Marzoff will execute Katrina, an alpha personality of a charmer colony, while Threatt Jr. will execute Levi, a soldier merman with an commanding presence. You can watch a shave next a post.
Siren is set in a coastal city of Bristol Cove which, according to legend, was once home to mermaids. The tiny fishing city is incited upside down when a puzzling lady (Eline Powell) appears and starts wreaking havoc. Using their resources, sea biologists Ben (Alex Roe) and Maddie (Fola Evans-Akingbola) contingency work together to find out who and what gathering this primal hunter of a low sea to land and if there are some-more like her out there.
Siren is formed on a story by Eric Wald and Dean White who both offer as executive producers. Emily Whitesell (Finding Carter) serves as showrunner and executive producer. Brad Luff, Nate Hopper, and RD Robb also offer as executive producers.