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  • Series Premiere Date: Jul 9, 2010
  • Season #: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5
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  • Summary: Jason Priestly guest stars in the second season of the sci-fi series as Audrey seeks answers to who she is and what connection she has to Haven.
  • Genre(s): Drama, Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Suspense, Science Fiction
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  1. Aug 26, 2011
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    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I started watching at the second season, so I'll admit that I was lost in regards to the plot, but lost or not the absolute lack of emotion from this show is just grating. Everyone is so...passive. It's not the acting, it's the writing; the towns falling apart, all h*** is breaking loose (sometimes literally), and yet, no one is disturbed, frightened, angry, or anything else. People die left and right and yet not one character is the least bit phased, or even tries to stop it. While most shows focusing on the supernatural involve characters fighting or solving supernatural problems, Haven's "heroes" (if you can call them that) spend every episode appeasing the curse of Haven. For example [spoiler alert], in the episode "Love Machine", when all the machines begin to come to life and kill people in order to force the town mechanic to stay, their "solution" is to force the town mechanic to stay (with the exact emotionless line "Let [your beloved] go to Florida, you have to stay in Haven"). To bad "Storm of the Century's" demonic antagonist didn't go to Haven, they would have given him every kid in town in a heart beat. Expand