Julianne Moore and Glenn Howerton Star in Dark Comedy ‘Sirens’ on Netflix


A Star-Studded Cast and Intriguing Plot

Netflix’s upcoming limited series ‘Sirens’ features a stellar cast, including Julianne Moore, Glenn Howerton, Meghann Fahy, Milly Alcock, and Kevin Bacon. Created by Emmy-nominated writer Molly Smith Metzler and produced by Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap, the dark comedy is an adaptation of Metzler’s play ‘Elemeno Pea.’

The story unfolds over a single weekend, focusing on the toxic relationship between Devon (Fahy), her sister Simone (Alcock), and Simone’s enigmatic boss Michaela Kell (Moore). Devon, concerned about Simone’s increasingly cult-like bond with Michaela, decides to intervene, leading to a series of darkly comedic and dramatic events.

Character Dynamics and Setting

Fahy’s character, Devon, is a funny and protective sister who feels trapped in her hometown. Simone, played by Alcock, is intelligent and competitive, drawn to the luxurious lifestyle offered by her boss, Michaela. As the sisters navigate their complex relationship with Michaela, played by Moore, they encounter Ethan Corbin II (Howerton), a yacht club regular and neighbor who has spent his life as a roaming bachelor.

Set at a lavish beach estate, the series delves into themes of manipulation, wealth, and the blurred lines between genuine care and control. The show’s unique setting and character interactions promise to deliver a compelling narrative filled with wit and dark humor.

Excitement and Anticipation

Fans of the cast and creators are eagerly awaiting ‘Sirens,’ which showcases the talents of its diverse actors in a fresh and engaging storyline. Julianne Moore’s portrayal of Michaela Kell, alongside Glenn Howerton’s Ethan Corbin II, adds a layer of depth and intrigue to the series.

With Metzler’s success from ‘Maid’ and the production backing of Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap, ‘Sirens’ is poised to be a standout addition to Netflix’s lineup. The series is expected to deliver a mix of humor, drama, and sharp social commentary, making it a must-watch for fans of dark comedies.