Happy Town is a TV series starring Geoff Stults, Lauren German, and Amy Acker. A deputy sheriff is confronted with the unsolved mystery of a half-dozen child kidnappings over the past decade in a small town in Minnesota.

Watch Now

on Prime Video




1 nomination. See more awards »




Series cast summary:
...  Tommy Conroy 8 episodes, 2010
...  Henley Boone / ... 8 episodes, 2010
...  Rachel Conroy 8 episodes, 2010
...  Roger Hobbs 8 episodes, 2010
...  Georgia Bravin 8 episodes, 2010
...  Eli 'Root Beer' Rogers 8 episodes, 2010
...  Andrew Haplin 8 episodes, 2010
...  John Haplin 8 episodes, 2010
...  Merritt Grieves 8 episodes, 2010
...  Peggy Haplin 7 episodes, 2010
...  Lincoln Stiviletto 7 episodes, 2010
Matt Hopkins ...  Womper Stiviletto 7 episodes, 2010
...  Rose Perkins 7 episodes, 2010
...  Baby Boy Stiviletto 7 episodes, 2010
Deborah Grover ...  Joanie Jenkins 7 episodes, 2010
...  Kelvin Tolliver 7 episodes, 2010
...  Ronald Stiviletto 7 episodes, 2010
Sophia Ewaniuk ...  Emma Conroy 7 episodes, 2010
...  Sheriff Griffin Conroy 6 episodes, 2010
...  Big Dave Duncan 6 episodes, 2010
...  Greggy Stiviletto 6 episodes, 2010
...  Handsome Dan Farmer 6 episodes, 2010
...  Carol Haplin 6 episodes, 2010
...  Shell Jenkins / ... 6 episodes, 2010
...  Irene Vaughn 6 episodes, 2010
Diane Gordon ...  Esther Klapman 6 episodes, 2010
...  Dot Meadows 5 episodes, 2010
Andrew Scorer ...  Levon 5 episodes, 2010
...  Carl Bravin 4 episodes, 2010
Brad Borbridge ...  Perry Steckler 4 episodes, 2010
...  Donna Friddle 3 episodes, 2010
...  Dr. Pete / ... 3 episodes, 2010
Isobel Smith ...  Doris / ... 3 episodes, 2010
...  Miranda Kirby 2 episodes, 2010
Brittany Kay ...  Lani 2 episodes, 2010
...  Eric 2 episodes, 2010
...  Robert Ward 2 episodes, 2010
...  Sarah Ward 2 episodes, 2010
Marley Otto ...  Lauryn Ward 2 episodes, 2010
...  Jerry Friddle / ... 2 episodes, 2010
Rob Trick ...  Hunting Buddy 2 episodes, 2010
...  Wiry Hunter 2 episodes, 2010


Haplin, Minnesota "Happy Town" is approaching five years of peace after being riddled for years by unsolved kidnappings. But, in the wake of this small town's first crime in five years, some dark truths are being revealed about some familiar faces. They say every town has its secrets... that doesn't even begin to describe Happy Town. Written by Anonymous

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis



Official Sites:

Official site



Release Date:

28 April 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Счастливый город  »

Filming Locations:


Company Credits

Production Co:

,  »
Show more on  »

Technical Specs


(8 episodes)

Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
See  »

Did You Know?


Kim Poirier was originally cast in the role of Miranda Kirby for the show but was replaced by Linda Kash the night before shooting. See more »


Referenced in Séries express: Episode #2.39 (2009) See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

See more »

User Reviews

A quirky, could-be-fun genre show with potential
28 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

For those sad about the retirement of LOST and a hankering for some Twin Peaks-like action, Happy Town may fill that gap. It certainly doesn't hold anything back as far as serving its inspirations. It's a strange, humorous, and quirky affair with mysteries abound. The town has its own personality and one that is Lottery-esquire (in reference to the short story) and quite two faced. However, you'll know how interested you are in the series once they start to talk about The Magic Man and M.C. Gainey starts spouting off some weird mumbo jumbo that no one seems to be able to make sense of. You'll either take to the Twin Peak aspirations and obvious mysteries, or you'll want something much more grounded.

However, with genre shows having their peak at the moment, Happy Town may be worth sticking around for. The pilot is entertaining enough and the actors all do a fairly decent job of playing their respective parts. Hats off to Gainey and Sam Neill, both of whom stand out, with Gainey being a REAL Mr. Friendly here (with a seeming split in personality that I'm sure will be explained) and Sam pulling off being creepily British oh so well. For Sam alone and to see what they do with his character alone, it may be worth sticking around. As far as everything else, it's an ABC show with a slight Steven King, David Lynch twist (of which the creators stated was a huge inspiration for the show anyway). So, you can expect some gruesome details, although only two particular appeared in the pilot.

So, if you've got a soft spot for Twin Peaks and want something to get going with as LOST winds down, Happy Town may be your cup of Chamomile Tea, or whatever tea you prefer.

23 of 33 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you? | Report this
Review this title | See all 21 user reviews »

Contribute to This Page

Stream Trending Movies With Prime Video

Enjoy a night in with these popular movies available to stream now with Prime Video.

Start your free trial