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This season of Haven has been so excellent, so intriguing, and so different from previous seasons yet it has consistently maintained everything I love about the show. It must continue. So make sure to watch it, and make sure you tell everyone you know to watch it. In fact, the three stars of the show have a TV spot asking for that as well:
TV Spot: Haven – Season 4 Finale
Here are some very interesting screenshots from the finale – including one with Audrey and William sporting a new look – as well as a TV spot, and a featurette that discusses why the show is shot on film instead of digitally.
TV Spot: Haven – 413 Preview
Featurette: Haven – Season 4: Inside Haven 412 Film vs Digital
Come On, Season 5!
- Erin Willard
The horror on TV phenomenon continues with this announcement from ABC that they have not one, but two, tales of terror (one of which is based on the work of Stephen King) in the works via their boutique arm, Signature. Read on for details.
THR reports that a year after launching, the ABC Studios-based division is setting up shop all over town. The Tracy Underwood-fronted banner has projects in development at A&E, We tv, and TBS with a potential straight-to-series Stephen King short story adaptation in the works at ABC.
The division, which Underwood was tapped to run in October 2012, focuses on selling to cable and emerging platforms for off-cycle and lower-cost programming.
Signature is readying "Grand Central", a potential straight-to-series order for summer 2014 from "Haven" writers Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn. The drama is based on King's short story "The New York Times at Special Bargain »
- Uncle Creepy
"Homeland" producers Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff have been given a series order for "Tyrant", a ten-episode high stakes drama to air on FX. Filming begins in March in Tel Aviv with at least ten episodes to be produced.
In the series Bassam "Barry" Al Fayeed (Adam Rayner), the younger son of the dictator of a war-torn nation, ends a self-imposed exile to return for his nephew's wedding, accompanied by his American wife (Jennifer Finnigan) and children. His homecoming leads to a dramatic clash of cultures as he is thrown back into the familial and national politics of his youth. [Source: USA Today]
FX's biker drama closed out its sixth and penultimate season with its most-watched finale to date - scoring 5.2 million viewers in its original telecast and 6.4 million over the two telecasts for the night.
The show also scored 3.5 million adults 18-49 for the original and a further 0.8 million for the encore. »
- Garth Franklin
The "Haven" Season 4, "Lighthouse," brings death, a cliffhanger and a whole bunch of game-changers to Maine. Can Audrey and the guys defeat William? Will a crying baby kill the whole town? Does Audrey remember her past?
The answers will come on Friday (Dec. 13), but here are a few "Haven" spoilers to hold you until then.
1. Be prepared to see the original Audrey via memories. If you need a clue to how old the Troubles might be, check out the costumes worn by Emily Rose and Colin Ferguson back in the day. (Hint: They're old.)
2. According to Duke, getting his Trouble back from Audrey is "Just like riding a bike for us Crockers." But this statement is only true if that bike is rushing down a mountain, brakes gone, while bloodthirsty dragons swoop down from above, intent on destruction.
3. The goo boys -- Sinister and Heavy -- are back in town. »
It's time to share an unpopular opinion: I love the character of William on "Haven," and I think his presence is one of the best things to happen to this show in years.
Let's meet William
Until the beginning of "Haven" Season 4, viewers didn't have even an inkling of a man named William. No matter what strangeness occurred in the real world or in the mysterious barn, William wasn't a part of it. We didn't need him.
But now William has emerged. That seemingly friendly and helpful Barn fellow who likes microbrews and who can chase off bad guys (but who isn't a cop) has -- in a few short episodes -- become absolutely indispensible to the mythology of "Haven."
He alone knows the details of Audrey's past. »
No, it can’t be coming up so soon! But yes, tonight is Haven‘s penultimate episode of the season. Who is William, really, and when it comes down to it, who is Audrey? It looks like we’ll be taking a hard look at that tonight. Who knew Colin Ferguson could be such an excellent bad guy?
And who the heck are they?
TV Spot: Haven – 412 Preview
- Erin Willard
This Friday, the two-part season finale of Haven begins! In this first part airing on Friday, William unleashes a terrible new curse to convince Audrey of the truth behind her origins. You can catch that preview below, as well a behind-the-scenes clip, an interview with Lucas Bryant about Nathan, and a cut of the Stephen King references from last week. Haven—Airs Fridays at 10/9c. Fun Facts from ‘Shot In the Dark’ When the Bough Breaks (Part 1 of Two-Part Finale)– Preview To convince Audrey of the truth behind her origins, William unleashes a terrible new curse. Don't miss an all-new episode this Friday at 10|9c. Inside Haven 411 – Behind the Scenes Summary: #DiscoverHaven The Cast Talks: Nathan’s »
- April Neale
Haven is careening towards a season finale that is coming far too soon, as it does every year. Tonight’s new episode is number 11 of 13 for the season. Eric Balfour (Duke) told me last month that this is his favorite episode of the season, because guest stars Danny Masterson (Men at Work, That ‘70s Show) and Kris Lemche (Joan of Arcadia, Ghost Whisperer) are his offscreen friends. Friends who are playing… the Darkside Seekers!
Yes those “famous” fictional investigators of the strange and unusual have finally made it to our favorite strange and unusual town, which should make for another excellent episode. Check out the featurettes that “they” shot, as well as a TV spot and a chilling clip from the new episode:
Featurette: Haven – Season 4: Darkside Seekers At the Herald »
- Erin Willard
On TV this Friday: Nikita‘s back in action, Blue Bloods deals with a wayward brother, a comedy legend heads to Hawaii, The Legend of Korra wraps up and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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8 pm The Carrie Diaries (The CW) | Samantha takes matters into her own hands when she’s unhappy with an art student’s painting of her in the class for which she’s modeling… nude.
8 pm Doctor Who: Explained »
- Misha Solomon
With the plethora of programming on the major networks, cable and pretty much everywhere else these days, many quality TV shows can get overlooked or not given as much attention as they should. One of these shows is Syfy’s Haven. It’s a well done mystery/thriller series loosely based on the Stephen King novel The Colorado […]
The post Check Out Previews for Friday Night’s New Episode of ‘Haven’ appeared first on The Flickcast. »
- Joe Gillis
This weekend (November 23rd & 24th) sees the McM Comic Con and Memorabilia show take place at the NEC in Birmingham. We’ll be there on the Saturday, checking out what’s happening at one of the UK’s biggest conventions. If you haven’t grabbed a ticket yet, what are you waiting for? Ok, ok, so some of you may still be undecided, so let me tempt you with a rundown of just some highlights of the guests attending the event this weekend…
Red Dwarf Reunion – Chris Barrie (Arnold Rimmer); Hattie Hayridge (Holly); Danny John-Jules (The Cat) and Robert Llewellyn (Kryten) from much-loved British sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf. Quadrophenia Reunion – Stars Phil Daniels (Jimmy); Toyah Willcox (Monkey) and Daniel Peacock (Danny) celebrate the ultimate mod movie, based on The Who’s 1973 rock opera.
- Phil Wheat
There is a good case to be made that this is the best "Haven" season ever. And that doesn't just mean the utopian town seen in "The Trouble with Troubles." This recap may help to explain why.
Boom goes the Trouble!
Thanks to William and his magical touch, a vacation-nostalgia Trouble has suddenly morphed into one that creates massive volcanoes in Maine. It's almost unfortunate that there are other, more pressing things to deal with in "The Trouble with Troubles," because it would just plain be awesome to experience the rest of Doreen the Librarian's travel life. She obviously goes to neat places.
But that is not the point here. The point is that William is still wreaking havoc in hard-to-ignore ways. »
Last week’s episode of Haven was an excellent game-changer. I always can’t wait to see the next episode, but this week I can’t wait even more, if that’s a thing. Check out Duke Crocker as local law enforcement and Audrey in a tee shirt that I feel all Haven fans need to own. Plus there’s apparently some hands-on-hips requirements this week.
Then check out the TV spot for the episode, entitled “The Trouble With the Troubles”:
TV Spot: Haven – Episode 410 Preview
That William is quite the troublemaker. Ooo, trouble maker…
- Erin Willard
You didn’t really think we’d seen the last of Colin Ferguson on Haven, did you? The mysterious William returns tonight, so maybe we’ll start getting some answers about those nasty bad men from inside the barn and that handprint that keeps showing up.
TV Spot: Haven – Episode 409
Clip: Haven – Episode 409 Sneak Peek
And they aren’t the only visitors to Haven. Remember when the also-myterious “Darkside Seekers” took over the Haven Twitter account before the season began? We’re finally going to be seeing them onscreen in two weeks, on the 22nd.
New York – November 7, 2013 – Danny Masterson (Men at Work, That ‘70s Show) and Kris Lemche (Joan of Arcadia, Ghost Whisperer) join the cast of Syfy’s popular series Haven as guest stars in the episode airing Friday, November 22 at 10Pm (Et/Pt).
In the cross-over episode, titled “A Shot in the Dark, »
- Erin Willard
Now that FX has ordered a fourth season of American Horror Story, EW reports that Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett are likely to return. Ryan Murphy says he has invited both performers to return and both are eager to return. Click on the link to find out about the bonkers gift basket Bates sent to the Ahs writers.
Yes. Just yes.
In an interview with NPR, creator Shonda Rhimes says she doesn’t expect Scandal to have a long run like Grey’s Anatomy since she has an end in mind for Scandal. “I feel like there is a finite amount of Scandal to be told … I can see where the end point is. And I don’t think I’m going to change that.”
- Lyle Masaki
Review Rachael Kates 5 Nov 2013 - 21:30
Haven serves up a Duke-centric episode with a side order of human-eyed crabs. Here's Rachael's review...
This review contains spoilers.
Considering the fact that we ended the last episode on the explosive Audrey/Nathan hook up we've all been waiting for (to quote Nathan "Why did we wait so long?") this was Duke's episode all the way. Duke's friend Jack was our troubled person, well, one of them, and we had an excellent throwback through him to Reverend Driscoll. Remember the Rev and his crazy eyes and fanatical Death To All The Troubled ways? Yeah, I forgot too until Jack mentioned it. Then suddenly I remembered, and it came back to me that his wife married the water breathers and that there is a whole mess of Troubles still just out there, ticking like time bombs, and last week Duke got rid of »
Nice twist at the end of last week’s Haven! If you missed it, you really must go watch it on VOD, it was a terrific episode. And of course there was the whole Nathan’s dream situation, which I’ll not go in to here. Just go watch. Go on.
The new “Inside Haven” featurette doesn’t have any major spoilers from last week, but it does have a very cool look at how they create the effect of someone being shot by a gun, and in this case the victim is not surprisingly Sheriff Dwight, the bullet magnet.
The next episode looks like it will continue to move the main storyline along while still uncovering a Trouble of the Week, a combination at which the good folks behind Haven are expert. This week’s trouble looks like it’s an air pressure thing, which results in some pretty cool effects. »
- Erin Willard
Happy Halloween! Below, you’ll find some love for Syfy's Friday Night favorite—Haven. First, catch a sneak peek of tomorrow night’s episode when a deadly, deep-sea trouble threatens to crush the town. Then, don’t miss a behind-the-scenes look at last week’s airing, with Inside Haven, followed by a pop-up video style look at the episode’s Stephen King references. Haven—Airs Fridays at 10/9c. Crush – Sneak Peek Summary: The pressure's on when a deadly deep sea trouble threatens to crush the entire town—and everything Lexie and Nathan think they know about the Troubles. Don't miss a new episode Friday at 10/9c. Inside Haven 407 – Behind the Scenes Summary: Take a peek behind the scenes on the set of Haven! »
- April Neale
Is it just me, or is "Haven" going kind of nuts these days? Think about it -- in "Lay Me Down," we get suddenly contagious Troubles, hints that Jennifer may have even more Barn connections, the mysterious arrival of creepy Barn guys ... Oh, and Wade Crocker (Christian Camargo) totally went the serial-killer route before his own brother had to kill him.
It's nuts. But nuts is good. Find out why in this recap.
Two important points are made in the very first scene of "Lay Me Down": Jennifer is back in town, and Wade is all evil and stuff. Also, Jennifer isn't insane anymore and therefore wants to get a newspaper job at the only periodical in town, the "Haven Herald." This means that she may or may not wear glasses.
Wade, meanwhile, gets all creepy in his quest for cleaning supplies.
Although Duke would like to »
You know that dream everyone seems to have at one time or another, when you’re naked and (fill in the blank – on stage/in class/at the office) in front of clothed people? How about the one where you have a test for a class you forgot to drop? On this week’s Haven, according to the TV spot and clip, that’s what happens to Nathan (Lucas Bryant). And So. Much. More. We don’t know whose trouble it is, but who cares?
Featurette: Haven – Inside Haven 406
TV Spot: Haven – Preview 407
Clip: Haven – Sneak Peek 407
- Erin Willard
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