Freeform’s mermaid drama, “Siren,” wraps up its 16-episode second season on Thursday with its action-packed finale, but what’s next for the show after that?

Has the show been renewed for more episodes or has it been canceled after two seasons?

Luckily, fans don’t have to wait and wonder because Freeform made its decision back in May, shortly before part two of the current season even premiered, according to Deadline. Also lucky for fans, the network chose in favor of renewing “Siren” for Season 3, meaning there’s much more fantastical drama on its way.

A start date for “Siren” Season 3 has not yet been announced, but as Season 1 had a March premiere date and Season 2 had a January date, fans can expect episode 1 of the new season to have an air date in the first half of 2020.

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“Siren,” starring Alex Roe, Eline Powell and Fola Evans-Akingbola, is getting another season. Freeform/Eike Schroter

Before then, there’s still the Season 2 finale (episode 16, titled “New World Order”) on Thursday to enjoy.

“Ben [Alex Roe] faces a choice that has rippling consequences amongst mermaid, hybrid and human alike, as the truth about mermaids is exposed,” the synopsis reveals of the episode.

The show’s cast also includes Eline Powell (Ryn), Fola Evans-Akingbola (Maddie Bishop), Ian Verdun (Xander McClure) and Rena Owen (Helen Hawkins). Eric Wald and Emily Whitesell are the showrunners on the series.

The “Siren” Season 2 finale airs Thursday on Freeform at 8 p.m. EDT.