If you love Siren, we imagine that you’ll see this as a double-dose of great news! Not only are you going to get one new episode airing on Thursday, but another one will immediately follow it.
As we wrote on Thursday, season 2 episode 11 (entitled “Mixed Signals”) is going to revolve around the struggle that Ben and Maddie are dealing with in regards to Elaine. They’re having a hard time balancing what the treatments are doing to Ryn, but obviously Ben also wants to save his mother. In between this and the research that is being done into the possible weaponization of siren songs, it feels abundantly clear that there is so much that the world is still to learn about sirens. It’s also clear that much of the research into them could be potentially harmful and cause some more chaos a little bit down the road.
So what’s going to be coming in the second episode? The title for this one is “Serenity,” which of course makes us automatically think a little bit of the Firefly follow-movie. As for the story itself, you’re going to have a chance to realize that there are consequences for Ryn spending as much time as she has on land. Nonetheless, this may actually be the most ambitious episode that Siren has ever done as you’re going to see all of the show’s main trio head underwater in order to get answers to a long-simmering mystery. For those of you curious to learn and understand more about Siren and its life under the surface, this episode could be your opportunity to get just that and so much more:
Below, CarterMatt has the official Siren season 2 episode 12 synopsis if you want to know a little bit in the way of further details:
Ryn goes back to the ocean to get help for Ben and Maddie’s conditions but discovers that continuing to go back may get harder than she realized the longer she’s on land. But when they learn that there may be a special place in Ryn’s homeland that could help them, Ben, Maddie and Ryn must all venture under the sea together to find the cure. Meanwhile, Helen and Ted connect over their shared family histories.
We recognize that sometimes, it’s easy to be hyperbolic when discussing various TV shows. Yet, “Serenity” actually feels like one of those great episodes where at the end of it, nothing is really anywhere near the same. This journey into the water could have some far-reaching implications and we’re curious to see what those are.
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