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Everyone in the coastal town of Haven, Maine has a dormant curse or "trouble" that could trigger at any time for any reason. FBI agent Audrey Parker, the sheriff and the town's black sheep must deal with the troubles' deadly effects.

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She has no past. She has no family. She was raised in an orphanage. So, she lives for what she does best: be an FBI agent. That's why Audrey Parker is sent to a distant Maine village called Haven, to investigate the crime of a prison fugitive. What she does not know, is that her past is connected to that village, that old threats from the past are coming back, and she is going to be a central piece on everyone's life... or death. Written by Anonymous

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It takes a village to hide a secret.


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The show "Haven" is loosely based on Stephen King's "Colorado Kid", which in turn is loosely based off a real-life murder mystery that took place in Australia in the late 1940s, the case of the Somerton Man. The mystery involves generic anomalies, several copies of a rare book (including one that could not have been printed), death by digitalis, and spies. See more »

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Nice Idea, but the Lead actors kill it for me
1 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

I finally pulled the Haven Disks off the Netflix queue after waiting for something else to watch now that I've finally managed to shake the 'Fringe' Hangover off.

Now I wasn't expecting anything stellar-- just entertaining with a dash of the Weird & Supernatural.

It started off Okay in the beginning of Season 1. The female FBI lead gets into this picturesque Maine towne where she find unnatural 'goings on' happening. Now she's moved to solve the weirdness...and find out who her mom was....

Okay-- problem 1-- Weirdness happens and people die gruesomely. And No-one in this town is even overly concerned. So my take-away is that they don't care; they're not even scared...so why should the viewer care? Problem 2-- The weirdness-- and gruesome deaths -- continue, but the leading lady and her Boonie partner walk thru everything with self-absorbed smiles and smirks. Plus the main conversations between them is about their personal lives. Like the fact that a Man got sliced to ribbons or another man was folded up like a broken twig is just what happens to Losers. And again-- the Town people who witness this stuff just go about their lives like La-Dee-Da-Da-Da, So-what-Who-Cares? Problem 3-- No Empathy whatsoever on the part of the FBI gal for ANYONE...except herself and the half-romantic interest in her partner.

Problem 4-- By episode 8, I feel like I'm watching a show about a grown-up High School Clique where the Popular Girl gets to walk around and solve problems with her rather weak, unempathetic smirk and we're supposed to cheer.

Unfortunately, I was forced back into a mental comparison with Fringe. Olivia Dunham was an emotional Force that carried the show for a simple reason: She REALLY CARED. She cared about the people she was trying to help. She CARED about the problems she tried to solve. She cared reluctantly and deeply for the people she worked with.

'Audrey' isn't capable of giving a foop about anything outside of herself. And the constant, self-absorbed smirking over the endless parade of dead bodies and victims just kills it for me. Because Haven just isn't 'Funny' or 'sardonic' enough to cover it up.

So a warning to people who REALLY, REALLY liked a show like 'Fringe'. 'Haven' will leave a bad taste in your mouth.


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