Is ‘Siren’ on Hulu or Netflix? How to Stream the Series Online
Siren enchanted fans from the beginning with its story of a different kind of mermaid that goes onto the land in a small town called Bristol Cove. According to legend, the town was once home to many mermaids. Yet no one believes those legends…or do they?
Some residents of the town, such as marine biologists Ben Pownall and Maddie Bishop, are left with no choice when a mermaid named Ryn falls into their laps. Others, like Helen Hawkins, have always believed in the legends for reasons of their own. If you’re intrigued and want to know where you can watch the show, or if you’re already a fan and are simply looking to stream it online, you’ve come to the right place.
Is ‘Siren’ on Hulu or Netflix?
It’s time to solve the mystery of where you can watch Siren. The show is available to stream on Hulu. Both seasons of the show are on the streaming platform and can be easily watched there. All you have to do is search for Siren, click on an episode and go!
However, those of you who only subscribe to Netflix are out of luck. The show is not available to stream on Netflix and at this point it seems unlikely that it ever will be. Though you never know, perhaps one day it will appear on Netflix as well.
Where else can you stream ‘Siren’?
Siren is also available to stream on Freeform’s website, at least the first 5 episodes of season 2. However, for that, you need to be able to log in with your cable tv provider. So those of you who have said goodbye to cable are out of luck.
If you’re willing to pay some money in order to watch Siren, it is available to buy either by episode (for $2.99) or by season ($12.99 for season 1/ $19.99 for the longer season 2) on Amazon. Though this might not seem like a good option to some, it is an option and it’s important to know all of your options before making a decision. Now you’re fully informed and can make the choice that is best for you.
How successful is ‘Siren’?
Siren isn’t the most popular show out there but it still does relatively well for Freeform. According to TV Series Finale, the first season was first in terms of total audience size on the network and third when ranked by Freeform’s demographic rankings. The second season did see a bit of a dip, but remained relatively strong and according to TV Series Finale is still the number one show on Freeform in terms of audience size, and comes in second when shows are ranked by the 18-49 demographic.
As far as the ratings go, episode 1 of season 1 had 872,000 viewers while the season 1 finale had 658,000 viewers. Episode 1 of season 2 had 709,000 viewers, decreasing by 18.69% from season 1 but still remaining strong. Ratings for the season 2 finale are not available on TV Series Finale, yet they must have been good enough for Freeform since the network renewed the show for another season.
For those of you wanting to see the supernatural drama that is Siren, there are several streaming options. Siren is on Hulu, available to buy on Amazon, and available on Freeform.com through your cable TV provider. We’ll let you choose which is the best option.