Haven: Season 5 (2014 - 2015)


Season 5
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Air date: Sep 11, 2014

Season 5 begins with Nathan and Duke coping with the loss of Audrey, who seems to be gone for good after having transformed into the wickedly evil Mara.

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Air date: Sep 18, 2014

A death strikes a hard blow to Duke; Nathan refuses to believe Mara has defeated Audrey; Dwight is left keeping Haven together.

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Air date: Sep 25, 2014

Nathan makes a desperate play to protect Mara from the angry citizens of Haven, leaving Dwight and Duke on their own to deal with a deadly trouble that threatens to burn the town to the ground.

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Air date: Oct 2, 2014

Dwight, who's now leading the Guard, and Nathan are conflicted over what to do about Mara: Dwight wants her to end the troubles at any cost, but Nathan is convinced that Audrey is still in there somewhere.

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Air date: Oct 10, 2014

Part 1 of 2. Vince and Dave journey to North Carolina to investigate the mysteries of Dave's past, but their probing unearths a body-swapping trouble that affects everyone back in Haven.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2014

Conclusion. As Mara capitalizes on the fallout from the latest trouble to strike Haven, Nathan and Duke are forced to take a desperate and dangerous gamble to get Audrey back before she's lost forever.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2014

A paranormal trouble strikes just as the guys bring the Mara threat under control.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2014

Audrey is forced to call in some outside help to cope with the harsh new reality that she is no longer immune to the troubles and Nathan may be lost forever.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2014

A mysterious illness strikes Audrey and dozens of Haven citizens; at the same time, a dangerous newcomer comes close to discovering the town's secrets.

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The gang are unsure how to handle an inquisitive CDC scientist, who could hold the key to curing their troubles, that is, if she doesn't expose their secrets to the rest of the world first.

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The fifth and final season of this supernatural drama begins with the apparent loss of Audrey (Emily Rose), who seems to be gone for good after having transformed into the wickedly evil Mara. This leaves hometown heroes Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Duke (Eric Balfour) questioning whether it's feasible to get their favorite mystery woman back, or if they should terminate Mara before she makes life even worse with her ruthless and devious tactics. Eventually, Mara is separated from Audrey---it's just too bad freedom comes with some significant costs. First and foremost, Audrey is no longer immune to the Troubles, plus she's now constantly plagued with physical weakness. Meanwhile, Duke has serious problems of his own when he discovers he's brimming with too many Troubles and will literally explode if he absorbs any more, which is something Mara manipulates to her advantage. At the same time, a CDC epidemiologist named Charlotte Cross (Laura Mennell) brings hope of a cure to Haven, but there's something she's hiding from her new friends. And later in the season, William Shatner joins the cast in a pivotal recurring role.

Cast & Crew

Emily Rose
Audrey Parker
Lucas Bryant
Nathan Wournos
Eric Balfour
Duke Crocker
Richard Donat
Vince Teagues
Laura Mennell
Dr. Charlotte Cross
John Dunsworth
Dave Teagues
Kris Lemche
Seth Byrne
Adam Copeland
Dwight Hendrickson
Molly Dunsworth
Vickie Dutton
Glen Lefchak
Stan the Cop
Tamara Duarte
Hailie Colton
Kirsty Hinchcliffe
Rebecca Rafferty
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Critic Reviews for Haven Season 5

Audience Reviews for Haven: Season 5

  • Jan 16, 2019
    Haven shifts into high gear in Season 5 as the show comes to an end, getting darker and grittier than ever before. Picking up where the Season 4 finale left off, Mara (Audrey's original personality) takes over Audrey and searches for ether to open a portal to escape to another dimension, and creates new "troubles" in people; leading to the town being cut off from the outside world and tearing itself apart. The character dynamics once again undergo some interesting changes as friendships are tested and trust is lost. Also, the mythology gets deeper as new revelations come out. Yet the dueling personality thing is a bit cliché, and the "troubles" get a little formulaic and don't have the same impact that they once did. Several previous guest stars return (making for some nice continuity), and William Shatner comes aboard for a multi-episode story arc and delivers an especially strong performance. Season 5 of Haven takes on a little more than it can handle (and was extended to 26-episodes), but overall it's entertaining and a fitting end for the series.
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  • Jun 24, 2021
    The last season made for a wistful farewell. Since the scriptwriters probably ran out of ideas between the seasons, they tried again for the last season.
  • Aug 25, 2019
    I thought the show very entertaining even though I didn't like some of the parts.
  • May 14, 2016
    The ending of Haven was a perfect homage to the entire series.
  • Oct 29, 2015
    This show is still on the air??? To think they cancelled Helix and left this one on the air. Why?
  • Jun 29, 2015
    If you can get past the acting (think Warehouse 13), you'll like this show. Don't come to it for satisfaction in lead acting, come to it for entertainment (some of which is entertainment from the lack of acting skill). I am a Steven King die-hard, so perhaps that explains my enjoyment of the show. Although, I was not an "Odd Thomas" series fan..
  • Mar 26, 2015
    What Happened??? from a show i truly loved to one I now hate. In fact if they Nuked Haven now to stop the troubles and the terrible storyline I would be the happiest man alive. I truly feel sorry for the whole cast who have had to grind their way through this garbage of a bad story
  • Nov 18, 2014
    THE LATEST SERIES IS? WHERE IN THE WORLD?
  • Nov 11, 2014
    This series goes down in history as one of the most interesting, creative, and unique television shows I have ever seen and was fortunate to give it a try when it first came out. It's character and story first, then spectacle follows after. That's the focus on this amazing supernatural series and I could not be more happy as I have already fell in love with these characters and the overall creative concept and story of the show. If you're looking for something different that forces you to cling on automatically with every episode ending, look no further. I highly recommend Haven to anyone interested in supernatural, detective type shows (X-FIles anyone?).
  • Oct 03, 2014
    Honestly, overall, I like the show. Last season was a bit iffy for me. This season, I'm not really liking the direction they are headed with the show. It feels like the writers are scrambling for stories, or pulling ideas out of a hat. More compelling story arc would have been the opening season episode, everyone in the lighthouse waking up separated as they were, and after finding each other they realize they have traveled to the other side. I don't care for the new Mara character and Audrey slipping out every now and then. This actually adds more questions then it answers, and the answers we received in prior seasons seem to be void. This show worked before, and I understand wanting to explore and expand some of the mysteries behind the troubles and Parker. But this direction really seems forced. I actually caught myself reading articles during these first few episodes because they just didn't keep my attention. Hopefully this isn't their design for the rest of this long season.

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