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Haven: Season 4 (2013)

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Six months have passed when Season 4 begins with Duke (Eric Balfour) awaking in a psychiatric ward and learning that the Troubles have never left Haven. In fact, they are worse than ever. Nathan (Lucas Bryan) knows he can put an end to the town's suffering by having Audrey (Emily Rose) kill the one person she loves, who is Nathan. Finding her isn't easy, though. Nathan has his hands full investigating crimes that involve victims who have been charcoaled and drained of their blood. Meanwhile, Audrey believes she's a bartender named Lexie. It's only with the help of a mysterious stranger named William (Colin Ferguson) and Duke's voice-hearing friend Jennifer (Emma Lahana) that the guys get Audrey back. But their problems don't stop there, as they cope with big changes, more Troubles and a devious newcomer who has a thing for Audrey.

Cast

Emily Rose
as Audrey Parker
Lucas Bryant
as Nathan Wuornos
Eric Balfour
as Duke Crocker
Emma Lahana
as Jennifer Mason
Christian Camargo
as Wade Crocker
Edge
as Dwight
Adam Copeland
as Dwight Hendrickson
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Critic Reviews for Haven: Season 4

All Critics (2)

It could go in a direction I haven't even thought of. Damn you, Haven!!

December 2, 2013 | Full Review…

The show is just zipping along this season and giving us tons of twists and turns. It's hard to tell what's around the next corner, which makes things very exciting.

October 20, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Haven: Season 4

½

WalterM.

Super Reviewer

½

Season 4 of Haven marks the beginning of the end game for the series. Heavily focusing on mythology, the season reveals the nature of the Barn and the origins of the Troubles. After the destruction of the Barn, Duke re-emerges six months later in Boston and works his way back to Haven only to find that the Troubles have gotten worse; meanwhile Audrey has taken on a new identity and a mysterious stranger must help her realize who she is and get her out of the Barn before it's destruction. The show sticks to its procedural format, with a Trouble being solved every week, and the episodes have a nice organic flow to them; as the over-arcing storylines are continually built upon. Additionally, there are some impressive guest stars in recurring roles, including Christian Camargo, Emma Lahana, and Colin Ferguson. Taking some interesting turns, Haven's fourth season is exciting and action-packed.

DannM.

Super Reviewer

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