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At last week’s Syfy Channel Upfront at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, star of the network’s upcoming series Haven, Emily Rose, shed some light on the show which is based loosely upon Stephen King’s novella ‘The Colorado Kid’.
Rose, who’s face most people may not know but many definitely recognize her voice as Elena Fisher from the Uncharted series of games on the PS3, stated that the show will use King’s story as the starting point for the show but won’t be a literal translation. She went on to elaborate that “We do take the characters from that story and place them in our own world. If people are expecting this to be ‘The Colorado Kid,’ it’s not that.”
- Scott Smith
SyFy have announced the airdate for their new drama series Haven, which is based on the novella The Colorado Kid from author Stephen King. Like Warehouse 13, Haven will air on the cable channel in the Us this summer. The series is scheduled to premiere Friday, July 9th at 10Pm (Et/Pt).
Haven follows FBI agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose), who arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine to solve the murder of a local ex-con. Before long, her natural curiosity lands her in the epicenter of activity in this curious enclave, which turns out to be a longtime refuge for people with a remarkable range of supernatural abilities. Among the townspeople are local cop Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant), who eventually becomes Audrey’s partner, and the mysterious and charming Duke Crocker (Eric Balfour).
The series has an impressive creative team behind the scenes, with many a sci-fi show veteran, »
Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant ( Dollhouse ) and Eric Balfour ( The Texas Chainsaw Massacre ) have been cast in Syfy's new series Haven, based on the novella "The Colorado Kid" from author Stephen King. The series kicks off this summer following FBI agent Audrey Parker (Rose), who arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine on a routine case...only to discover that this curious enclave has served as a longtime refuge for people who are afflicted with a remarkable range of supernatural abilities. Bryant will play Nathan Wuornos, the wry local cop who soon becomes Audrey's partner. Bristling under the thumb of his father, the Chief of Police, Nathan has a quiet, controlled demeanor that often clashes with Audrey's feisty one: a dichotomy that also makes them perfect complements. »
It was late 2009 when we last heard much about the Syfy series "Haven", based on the novella The Colorado Kid from author Stephen King, but today two names were added to the undoubtedly sure to be expanding cast.
According to King fan site Lilja's Library Lucas Bryant ("Queer as Folk") will portray Nathan Wuornos, a wry local cop. Bristling under the thumb of his father, the Chief of Police, Nathan has a quiet, controlled demeanor that often clashes with his new partner Audrey Parker (Emily Rose)'s feisty one: a dichotomy that also makes them perfect complements. As events in the town begin to unfold at a surprising pace, Nathan's usual controlled sense of calm is put to the test.
Joining Bryant and Rose is genre regular Eric Balfour (TCM 2003, "Six Feet Under", pictured) as Duke Crocker, a charming yet mysterious jack-of-all-trades. Though Duke outwardly appears to be a free »
- The Woman In Black
Lucas Bryant and Eric Balfour have boarded upcoming Syfy drama Haven, the cable network has announced. The series is based on Stephen King's novella The Colorado Kid. The actors join star Emily Rose on the show, which is expected to premiere this summer. The series will take place in a town in Maine "where people with supernatural abilities have migrated for generations because it mutes their powers, allowing them to lead normal lives", (more) »
- By Mike Moody
Browncoats, check out "Warehouse 13."
Not only is the sci-fi romp Syfy channel's most successful series in history, but former "Firefly/Serenity" star Gina Torres will be dropping by as guest a guest star. Also visiting are Philip Winchester and Paula Garces.
Agent Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) will be very busy in the upcoming second season, and it's not just because he's hunting down mysterious artifacts. It looks like Pete will be romancing the ladies. Yes, that's right. More than one lady.
First up is Torres, who played Zoe in "Firefly." She'll play an agent from his past who shows up again. Hmm, was a fellow agent all that she was to him? On the show, Pete's eye will also be caught by Kelly (Garces), a sassy veterinarian in the Warehouse town.
A more curious plot includes Pete and Myka (Joanne Kelly) hunting down an object that's been transmitting scenes »
The drama will portray a small town where the cursed attempt to lead normal lives as FBI agent Audrey Parker investigates supernatural forces that threaten to unravel the many mysteries of Haven.
Universal Networks International, NBC Universal's global channel division, will also co-finance the drama after it picked up the exclusive pay-tv broadcast rights for the world, excluding Canada, U.S. and Scandinavia.
E1 is selling "Haven" internationally. »
- By Etan Vlessing
Derrick Martin speaks out, pterodactyls terrorize Paris, Rainbow Uni-Corns, and Lucas Bryant gets a job.
Wright vs. Wrong, starring Debra Messing as a conservative pundit, is shaping up to be the sleeper hit of the year – and gay faves Cheryl Hines and Carrie Fisher just joined as her liberal nemesis and her manager.
I’m not entirely sure how I feel about converting 300 into 3D – those abs might be a bit much jumping off the screen.
I first saw a headline that said "Two and a Half Men Canceled” and got really sad, because it’s been almost watchable lately. But they just meant episodes 23 and 24, which were to be extra this season. Seems somebody needs rehab more than $1.6 million.
The war on drugs is pointless as evidenced by the fact kids in Wales are taking something known on the street as meow-meow to get high. What's it made of? »
By Josef Adalian
Syfy has cast "24" veteran Eric Balfour and "Queer as Folk" alum Lucas Bryant in its new Stephen King-inspired series "Haven," while "Firefly" fave Gina Torres is stopping by the network's "Warehouse 13."
Balfour and Bryant join the previously announced Emily Rose on "Haven," which is based on King's novella "The Colorado Kid." Rose plays Audrey Parker, an FBI agent who ends up discovering a small town in Maine that serves as a safe zone for people with all manner of supernatural s »
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