When dies mako mermaids season 2 come out?
The date at which Mako Mermaidsn season 2 will come out has not been stated.
Yes, most probably the Mako Mermaids will have a second season later in 2014.
in July from what I heard
There is no season 4 however, there was a spinoff series called Mako Mermaids. The three seasons of H2O & the three seasons of Mako Mermaids are currently (August 2015) streaming on Netflix.
Within the context of the show H2O: Just add Water, yes. In real life, no. Neither Mako Island nor mermaids actually exist.
No there is no fourth season of H2O: Just Add Water however there is a spin-off series that is called Mako: Island of Secrets but internationally it is titled Mako Mermaids.
She plays Sirena Santos... She plays in Season 1 & coming back for Season 2.. 😊
No. The show ended after Season Three, however a spin off series was created called Mako Mermaids. All three seasons of H2O & Mako are currently (August 2015) streaming on Netflix.
Never. There is a spin off series Mako Mermaids but Season Four doesn't and will never exist. It was cancelled after Season Three.
In the shows in which it is depicted it can. In reality, however, Mako island does not existm nor can anything turn people into mermaids.
No. There are three reasons for this: you cannot change your species, mermaids don't exist, and Mako Island doesn't exist.
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H20 or mako mermaids
yes,there is but there is also a mako island in h20 just add water, mako mermaids.
You can't. Neither mermaids nor Mako Island are real.
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No. Although there are plenty of myths about mermaids around the world, Mako Island is not a real place. It was made up by the writers of the TV show H2O: Just Add Water.
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Mako: Island of Secrets will come out in late 2012, sometime after the finale of the fourth season of H2O: Just add Water.
No, for several reasons. * There is no real place called Mako Island in Australia. It is a film set on Queensland's Gold Coast. * There is no Quebec in Australia * There are no such things as mermaids. As much as it is nice to believe in a fantasy world, the myth of mermaids is believed to come from sailors sighting dugong in ocean waters. And dugong are not the most attractive creatures… Read More
Nothing because there isn't a fourth season. There is apparently an upcoming (May 2013) spinoff series called Mako Mermaids. Teenager Zac decides to camp on Mako Island, unaware that three mermaids, Sirena, Nixie and Lyla, who are guardians of the island, are watching him. That night, when the full moon rises, the boy comes into contact with the magic water of the Moon Pool. The following morning, he wakes up discovering he has become a… Read More
No. First of all, Mako Island doesn't exist; it was made up by the creators of the show. Second, Mermaids do not exist; they are just a myth. Third, people cannot change into other creatures.
i think that it might be in the latter half of this year!
It comes out in late 2012. They did not say the date or time though
Never. Season Four of H2O does not, nor will it ever exist, however its three seasons & the spin off series, Mako Mermaids (three seasons) are currently (August 2015) streaming on Netflix.
Yes, Mako and Korra will be together in Season 2.
There won't be a new season of H2O: Just Add Water. It completed its run of 3 seasons and that included 78 episodes. However there is a spin off that is currently in the process of production which is currently titled "Mako Mermaids."
No, for several reasons. There is no real place called Mako Island in Australia. It is a film set on Queensland's Gold Coast. There are no such things as mermaids. As much as it is nice to believe in a fantasy world, the myth of mermaids is believed to come from sailors sighting dugong in ocean waters. And dugong are not the most attractive creatures, so you would probably not want to be one. Mako… Read More
Mako in seasons one and until episode 15 in season two then Greg Baldwin in season three .
No. First of all, Mako Island isn't real. It only exists in a TV show. Second, mermaids aren't real, and you cannot become one or any other sort of creature.
You can't. Mako Island isn't real. It was made up by the writers of a TV show. Mermaids are not real either and you cannot change into a mermaid or any other sort of creature.
The H2O girls did not use a spell. On the night of a full moon they went into the moon pool at Mako Island. They didn't know they were going to become mermaids, and they weren't trying to become mermaids.
No, they are not filming at the moment.. Season 3 is the last season as of right now... when Jonathan M. Shiff possibly opens more offices, He may do a movie to tie that series together... Right now, Mako Mermaids (the spinoff) is filming it's Season 2 & they should have 3 seasons as well. You can find both series on Netflix. ☺️
i have heard if you want to become a mermaid or merman go to Mako island when the full moon is out it is west or north of the pacific ocean If you want to know search Real mermaids of mako island found by professor mandelhoffs
It got cancelled! They made a spin-off of h2o called Mako Mermaids or Secrets of Mako Island. If your wondering why Emma left, she did a movie. But they signed her out of the series by saying she left to travel around the world.
Jonathan M. Shiff also author of Mako Mermaids (it's spinoff) just as good 😉
It will be aired on the 26th of July 2013, from 4pm in Australian on Channel 10...and on Netflix around the world on the 26th of July
H2O: Just ad Water is a TV show and nothing more. The mermaids depicted in the show are human actresses in costumes. Mermaids are a made-up, mythical kind of creature and are biologically impossible. Mako Island was made up by the writers of the show; no such island exists. These things are no more real than Hogwarts or the Death Star.
i am not sure but it is possible. ( I hope there is!) but there will be a spin off: The secrets of Mako island. H20 season 4 if there is will be in 2012
probably not because some people say it will come out in 2011 it is 2012 and it still has not happened but they are makin a new show called mako island of secrets soon!
The last episode of season 1, "Endgame".
The first episode of H2O is Metamorphosis, where the girls (Cleo, Emma and Rikki) visit the mysterious Mako Island and turn into mermaids when they enter the moon lake during a full moon.
There is no real place in Australia called Mako Island, and you cannot get there. It is not a "real place" as in a named, populated spot on the planet. It has been animated and all the underwater scenes are filmed at Sea World on the Gold Coast. Mako Island is a fictitious place made specifically for the TV shows. The island is a fictional place in the Australian teen show H2O:Just Add Water that… Read More
There were three seasons of H2O & a spin off series called Mako Mermaids. Both shows (all six seasons combined) are currently (August 2015) streaming on Netflix.