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Haven

Haven, Maine, a town where people with supernatural abilities have moved to for years to mute their powers, allowing them to lead normal lives. At least until recently. Following the capture of a killer FBI agent Audrey Parker uncovers a mystery, the town-peoples' powers are beginning to rise.

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04x13 The Lighthouse Aired: Dec. 13, 2013

Audrey and Nathan try to come up with a way to capture William, while Audrey resists the pull of her past self. Meanwhile, Duke begins suffering …

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Haven returns in 2014 (exact date TBA)
05x01 TBA

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Syfy Renews 'Haven' For A Fifth Season
Haven will indeed be getting a Season Five. Not only has the series been renewed for its usual round of 13 episodes, an additional 13 installments have also been ordered. That essentially amounts to a two season pick-up for a show. The first half of Haven's super-sized fifth season (Syfy is billing these 26 episodes as one long season) premieres this fall. The second half will air next fall.

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Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Jul. 09, 2010
Status:
Returning Series
Runtime:
60 min.
Aired:
2010 - 2014
To-Date:
5 Seasons
54 Episodes
Network
SyFy TV Network

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Series Fun Facts

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  • Throughout the series the towns Derry and Castle Rock are mentioned on several occasions. Both towns are fictional and are often used by Stephen King in his novels and short stories. "It",…
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    Throughout the series the towns Derry and Castle Rock are mentioned on several occasions. Both towns are fictional and are often used by Stephen King in his novels and short stories. "It", "Bag of Bones" and "Dreamcatcher" take place, a least in part, in Derry. "Needful Things", "The Dark Half", "Cujo" and "The Dead Zone" are among the stories that take place in Castle Rock. Along with Jerusalem's Lot (Salem's Lot), Derry and Castle Rock form a trinity of fictional towns King often uses as a setting for his stories, they are all placed in Maine. The trinity is an homage to 'H. P. Lovecraft''s trinity of Arkham, Innsmouth and Dunwich.
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  • The opening credits mention "The most Revered Flagg". Randall Flagg is a prominent character in many of Stephen King's stories. He can be thought of as King's "ultimate villain/bad…
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    The opening credits mention "The most Revered Flagg". Randall Flagg is a prominent character in many of Stephen King's stories. He can be thought of as King's "ultimate villain/bad guy".
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  • The Gun & Rose Diner is a reference to The Dark Tower series. Roland is a gunslinger from another world protecting a rose in an abandoned lot on Earth from destruction.
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