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Haven, Season 2HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Haven, Maine appears to be just another lively, New England seaside town, complete with quaint shops, scenic beaches and a busy harbor. But when FBI Agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) first arrived on a routine case, she encountered the mysterious underside of Haven. Her investigation lead her to discover that Haven has a secret: it’s home to a number of people suffering from supernatural afflictions. Audrey found that she is uniquely qualified to handle these supernatural events – referred to in local legend as "the Troubles" – and after discovering that Haven might hold clues about her own mysterious past, she chose to stay in Haven to do so. Haven, based on the Stephen King novella The Colorado Kid, is the story of Audrey’s entry into this seemingly normal town. Across the seasons, Audrey’s quest to understand herself and the great mysteries of Haven will drive her ever deeper down the rabbit hole…

Customer Reviews

Haven is back!

The first episode of season 2 was just as epic as all the others in season 1. You can already tell season 2 is going to be a great ride and I cannot wait for future episodes!

Thank All the Powers That Be For Audrey!

There hasn't been a heroine - a genuine, non-glam, serious heroine - around since Dana Scully, and I, for one, am ecstatic. From the first episode, this lady has been different. She's not flirting with everything in pants, she's not running around with her boobs hanging out, she's not constantly bemoaning the lack of a man in her life. She's doing her job, a difficult, sometimes outrageous job, with dignity and commitment. Oh yeah, there are undertones and "sexual tension" and hints of "romance" - it wouldn't be television if those things weren't there, but they're not the main focus. Occasionally the writing misses the mark, occasionally the stories are a little bit contrived or derivative, but for the most part the show is clever, and the plots, while not amazing, are good enough not to yawn through every week. The rest of the cast is right on pitch and they seem to be getting better as their characters develop (and they ARE developing, not becoming caricatures as so many quirky characters do by episode three.) One can only hope that the writing keeps improving as there is such a wealth of ideas that could be mined in this show. It's a delicate balance - characters, story, dialogue - and so few shows manage to be consistent from month to month, let alone week to week. Nathan, the acting sheriff, is one of the most tragic, noble, perfectly flawed heroes ever. Which brings me to why I really kept watching this show after the first episode: it actually does have heroes. They're not supermen or superwomen, they're not always right, they don't always have the answers; they can be petty and small and just plain wrong. But they TRY. They truly are trying to do the right thing. We NEED heroes, not people with superpowers, but just good people struggling against all that rotten stuff out there. Audrey and Nathan and the Haven gang are doing just that and Audrey, bless her, is one of the few women on television that I would point to and say to my daughter, "Now THERE is a real woman and a good person! There is someone you should strive to be like." It's about time! And thank you SyFy; you score a point on this one.

Amazing Show

I started watching this show last year after seeing previews for it on pretty much in every syfy show and I'm so glad I did. It is an awesome show, confusing at times but very fun to watch. I like how they take all of the wierd stuff that goes on in haven so seriously and have few doubts about anything. The cast are all awesome and make it a great, fun show to watch. Syfy better not cancel this like they did to Stargate Universe!

Haven, Season 2
View In iTunes $19.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Jul 15, 2011
  • CCin English

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