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Haven 6 Seasons

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4.3 out of 5 stars (110) IMDb 7.3/10

This all-new one-hour drama series Haven, starring Emily Rose (Jericho, Brothers and Sisters) is based on the novella The Colorado Kid from renowned author Stephen King. The series follows the shrewd and confident FBI agent Audrey Parker (Rose) who has a lost past, and arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine on a routine case. Before long, her natural curiosity lands her in the epicenter of a...

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Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant

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Season 1
1. Welcome to Haven

FBI agent Audrey Parker tracks a federal prison escapee who mysteriously dies shortly after reaching his hometown of Haven, Maine.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2010 43 minutes
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2. Butterfly

While Audrey tries to settle in as a Haven local and as a new police officer in town, she and Nathan investigate the seemingly random destruction of a local bar. When other strange events begin to occur - even targeting Audrey herself - they must race to figure what the connection could be, and what or who might be making them happen.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2010 42 minutes
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3. Harmony

Audrey and Nathan investigate an upheaval at the local psychiatric hospital - where something happened to make the patients normal for a time, but sent their doctor into madness. As they track down the escaped patients, Audrey and Nathan discover that whatever caused the temporary reversal has begun to spill across all of Haven - making normal townspeople go dangerously insane.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2010 41 minutes
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4. Consumed

Audrey sees an old photo in the local newspaper of a woman who could be her mother, she decides to investigate her family origins. Meanwhile, she and Nathan look into an epidemic that threatens the town's livestock and fields.

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5. Ball and Chain

When extremely old men mysteriously turn up dead in town - and appear to be aging and decomposing at an extraordinary rate - Audrey and Nathan begin to track down whatever must be preying upon the men of Haven. And when someone close to Audrey becomes the next victim, she must figure out how to reverse the process before it's too late.

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6. Fur

Wild animal attacks break out across town, but there seems to be a pattern - and Audrey and Nathan discover that even the animals in Haven are full of surprises.

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7. Sketchy

When a Haven man's body is bent, broken and crumpled for unexplainable reasons, Audrey, Nathan and Duke are drawn into a new Haven mystery.

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8. Ain't No Sunshine

An investigation into a Haven clinic seems routine to Audrey and Nathan, until they hear rumors of a dark spirit that wanders the halls, claiming lives - and find that this ghost story might be anything but.

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9. As You Were

Audrey's new friends and acquaintances in Haven throw her a surprise birthday party - but it becomes a nightmare when a predatory shape-shifter joins their midst.

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10. The Hand You're Dealt

Audrey and Duke's investigation into the Colorado Kid mystery becomes tied into the case of killer on the loose in Haven - someone who can see death before it happens.

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11. The Trial of Audrey Parker

Agent Howard visits Haven to question Audrey about her strange behavior as a local policewoman, but the interrogation is derailed when two of the town's criminals hijack Duke's boat with Howard, Audrey and Duke aboard.

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12. Resurfacing

A mother and her two children haven long been tormented by Haven locals, who have blamed the late father of the family for a recent tragic accident in town the sinking of a charter boat ever since it claimed several lives. But when someone comes to harass the family and is literally sent flying from the home and when another tormentor is attacked by flying objects Audrey and Nathan begi...

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13. Spiral

A mysterious criminal with surprising ties to Haven returns to town just as Audrey grapples with a shocking revelation about herself, and as destructive cracks and tremors begin to break out around town.

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The idea behind this show have promise, and some of the episode writing is solid, but there is too much weak writing for it to be a really good show. It has a good cast, I particularly like Emily Rose.

There is no suspense about any of the weird events, because no-one acts as if it is anything particularly out of the ordinary. There is no mystery because the weak writing means the main leads immediately jump to the correct weird and improbable solution to the latest mystery with only the most tangential clues.

I watched this free on Amazon Prime and I can safely say I would never have made it past episode 1 and would have been returning it post haste if I'd actually paid for it. As it is I didn't finish the series when there is so much better written stuff available.

I can only assume it has so many positive reviews because it is in no way taxing viewing. It is almost the visual equivalent of easy listening background music.
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 25 Aug. 2011
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Imagine a cross between "Twin Peaks" and "Murder She Wrote," set in a quaint Maine town where weird things happen every week.

That's the best description I can come up with for "Haven," a paranormal crime show very loosely adapted from Stephen King's novel "The Colorado Kid." The first season starts off on a rather mediocre note with a string of one-off "troubles," but slowly develops a mysterious arc that grows more intriguing and powerful as time passes.

FBI agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) is sent to the town of Haven to find an escaped murderer... but as soon as she arrives, she finds that the guy is dead... and his death was physically impossible.

Not only does Haven have some bizarre people and strange weather patterns, but Audrey finds that she has a connection to the place -- an old photo with a woman who looks just like her. So she decides to stay in Haven, and partners up with local cop Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryan) to solve local crimes while she searches for hints to her past.

However, it turns out that the "troubles" are returning to Haven after thirty-ish years -- mysterious aging, outbreaks of madness and sanity, spontaneously rotting food, horrible deaths related to artwork, a shadowy "Dark Man" (no, not the one Stephen King fans are thinking of!), a deadly shapeshifter, fiery deaths, a poltergeist and countless ground cracks.

"Haven Season 1" takes a little time to bloom. At first the acting is stiff, the one-off plots are ordinary, and there's no strong overarcing plot except "the troubles are back!" But as time goes by, the stories get darker and the writing becomes more compelling -- especially since only some of the mysteries center around stuff you can arrest people for.
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Charming Sci-fi/fantasy set in a small New England fishing town, great fun and great acting from very likeable leads.
Story starts out much like Fringe and begins as an FBI agent investigating individual incidents but a Stephen King style core story line builds up that keeps developing with each episode and season.

If you like The X Files or Fringe or The Prisoner or Torchwood or Orphan Black or Continum you will enjoy this.
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To enjoy Haven you must accept its premise that totally ludicrous things could happen in a small "New England" community (actually Nova Scotia) and be accepted by the "natives" and new arrivals as "the norm". I have purchased the entire series but am struggling to get through the first one as, despite charming and charismatic actors, the absurdity of the plots is getting a little too much to cope with. Still with about 15 more DVD's to get through I really hope things pull themselves together fast!
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I've managed to watch the first 4 episodes of this show and feel my gray matter shrinking at an alarming rate. How this show has continued on for 5 seasons is beyond me.

Firstly, and the most obvious logistical nightmare: how does anyone face a gruesome phenomenon with a cheeky grin and poorly written banter? The atrocity of the week is approached with such indifference and bland humor, it has to make one wonder if the FBI agent, and detective have a fiber of humanity of their own. It's like a walk in the park, with picnic basket and paranormal slaughter. I understand humor of all veriaties blended in the darkest of stories all to keep the story from turning dehumanizing, and too heavy, but these two protagonist seem to lack empathy or true concern, even when faced with brutal murders.

Either the (troubles) are truly troubling, or aren't they?

As for the acting itself, I'm unable to decern whether it is poor skill, or the poorer dialogue the actors have to work with. The plots are obvious, the conversations are shallow and meaningless, and the reactions of the characters in this story are disturbingly remenicant of an entire town on prozac. Creepy grins and cheeky (lame) banter in the face of disasters.

I gave this series two out of five stars, the second star only because the concept is decent, the execution, not so much.
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I will say for the record that I am a fan of series like Supernatural, Sanctuary, CSI, the Mentalist, Castle etc and after running out of things to watch found Haven. Its a good series, likeable but flawed characters, interesting plot(s) and pretty well acted. So nothing new I hear you say, well true, but it does stand out. I suspect that some of the quality feel of this series comes from the fact it is based on Stephen Kings Colorado Kid, in the sense that the characters feel fully rounded and well developed, the overarching plot becomes more apparent as the series progesses but manages to deliver more than one suprise along the way. Its hard to put into the review without making the series sound bad, but its slower than some of its contemporaries, this is not in any way a bad thing just makes you feel a little more attached than some other shows where you feel that they have to cram in as much as possible. I can only recommend this to anyone even a little interested, it is well worth the investment and I really want to see the next series.
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