H20: Just Add Water 3 Seasons 2010

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Season 3
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(311) IMDb 8/10

18. Into The Light TV-G CC

Rikki fears Ryan's explorations on Mako Island will uncover their secrets but Cleo and Bella discount her concern. She almost goes too far trying to stop Ryan from discovering the crystals in the Moon Pool.

Starring:
Cariba Heine, Phoebe Tonkin
Runtime:
25 minutes
Original air date:
April 12, 2010

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Drama, Kids & Family
Director Colin Budds
Starring Cariba Heine, Phoebe Tonkin
Supporting actors Indiana Evans, Luke Mitchell, Burgess Abernethy, Taryn Marler, Cleo Massey, Penni Gray, Andrew Lees, Alan David Lee
Season year 2010
Network ZDF
Producers Julia Adams, Cherrie Bottger, Nicole Keeb, Joss King, Arne Lohmann, Basia Plachecki, Chris Roache, Jonathan M. Shiff, Stuart Wood
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By claudia on September 17, 2012
Best season's ever I wish there was a 4th season when emma comes back and meets bella and all of them goes for a swim.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on January 19, 2013
I have watched every episode at least 3 times and I'm still impressed. I find it interesting that the show can generate interest without significant violence. I think it can do this for several reasons.

The innocence factor is very high. That is, the main characters are good while still being realistic. Cleo is played as innocent and simple, occasionally she (the actress) seems to over-ennunciate her words, as if she's playing on a stage rather than for TV, but it works well for her character. Ricci is the "straight man", good at scowling when the girls get too sweet, and Emma is the common-sense smart character. Bella, brought in for the third season when Emma leaves, is also good. Even the "bad" characters are played as real people, not evil, but a little too selfish, greedy, or mean while still having some good in them.

The language is clean, and the plots are mostly about how people relate to each other while the main characters try to do good while keeping the secret that the girls are mermaids.
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40 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Aliza M. Beer VINE VOICE on January 11, 2013
I am way beyond the age that this show is intended for but I was hooked from the first season to the last. I really enjoyed it. I watched back-to-back episodes and I fell in love with the characters, their struggles and even the annoying minor characters. I didn't expect the ending to be so epic but it showed the growth of the mermaids from the beginning to end (minus Emma, plus Bella). Really lovely and good clean fun.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By bre on February 21, 2013
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I loved this episode it was amazing. I would recommend this to older adults or younger or family it is really that good. Even though it is about mermaids you kinds get over that fact. It has a powerful action and episodes that want you to keep watching more...honestly it made me wanna go swimming!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By George D. Key on November 6, 2013
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This is a choice piece of fun. I didn't even know that this show was made until I found it on "AMAZON". When I watched it , I smiled or chuckled through most ,if not every episode of this series, as it is a light hearted program to watch.

No cussing, no violence, no drugs, or nothing that could offend the viewers. Granted this show is built on the premise of 5 girls (over three seasons) who are turned into mermaids. One lost her tail because she couldn't handle the responsibility of her powers.

This series has been released so viewers in the U.S. can watch it. All 3 seasons.

So thank you Amazon for carrying this gem of a series. I'm glad that I found this show.

George D. Key
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Kelsey Lapolla on March 19, 2013
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I chose a 5 star rating because this show is so good and is really interesting! I like it so much partly because when I was a little girl I always dreamed of being a mermaid!Those girls are so lucky to be playing a mermaid (My dream when I was little). My favorite Disney princess is Ariel of course! The other reason why I like it so much is because it is a family type show; they all are good friends who would do anything for each other! That is a really special thing to have on a show! This show always makes me laugh and makes me want to watch more! I wish they had more seasons! I want it to come back so bad! I love Australia and wish i could visit there! I will someday! People in Australia rock!!!! Love H20!!!! Thats why it is such an awesome show! You should totally check it out!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brandi Gerald on May 12, 2014
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Cute show. My daughter is into mermaids and she watches this constantly. Sometimes I even watch it with her. Wish there were more episodes.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Z Hayes HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on January 6, 2014
My daughter loves stories about mermaids, and when I saw that this Australian-made TV show, H20, centered around three teenage girls who are able to transform into mermaids, I thought it was worth checking out. I am glad I did because my soon to be nine-year-old daughter absolutely adores this series! I made it a point to watch it with her to make sure the series had nothing objectionable in terms of content or language but I needn't have worried. This is a wholesome, family-friendly show that explores mainly problems of friendship and relationships at a level that is appropriate for its target audience of girls ages 7-13.

In Season 3, Emma is no longer part of the trio (actress Claire Holt apparently left the show to star in a movie) and in the show, the character is revealed to have left to go on a world tour. Ricki Chadwick (Cariba Heine) and Cleo Sertori (Phoebe Tonkin) continue their roles, and a third girl joins the cast as the new mermaid. Her name is Bella Hartley (Indiana Evans), and it is revealed that she has been a mermaid since she was nine years old, having got her mermaid powers on a trip to Ireland.

Each episode runs about 24 minutes. The themes usually center on how the three girls struggle to keep their secret, and of how the secret places a strain on their relationships with others and their friendship. In the third season, Bella befriends the other two girls, and all three soon bond over their shared alter identities as mermaids. There's a new boy, Will, who shows an interest in Bella; Will's sister Sophie proves to be a threat to the girls, and more. In terms of content, the language is clean and even though there are some kissing scenes, they are very mild in comparison to other teen-themed shows, which makes this show appropriate for the target age-group. I make it a point to watch the episodes with my daughter, and we have a fun time discussing the plot and issues covered. It is an engaging and fun series for tween girls!
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