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Haven: Complete Third Season [Blu-ray] (2012)
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Duke and Nathan team up to search for Audrey but they trust each other even less than usual and it seems another Haven woman has disappeared under mysterious circumstances, though her son believes that the evidence points to alien abduction. His grandfather was an alien abduction historian and taught the grandson everything he knows.
Sorting out the aliens from the troubled and finding Audrey takes up the bulk of the episode and very little is added to the long-standing arcs except that the mysterious Colorado Kid who was so central during the last cycle of the troubles may be even more mysterious than he first appeared.
A good but not great opening to the season, but I love Haven and believe that the writers are holding back on major revelations in order to dish them out over the entire season. Finding out who or what Audrey is and how Duke will cope with his destiny and whether Audrey and Nathan will overcome the star-crossed nature of their relationship and what the truth about the two newspaper brothers and previous incarnations of Audrey is....just so many great plot arcs and I will be tuned in on Fridays to see how it all plays out. If you are new to Haven I recommend starting with Seasons 1 and 2 and entering the troubled world of Haven at your earliest possible convenience.
‘Haven’ appropriately represents this, and would be perfect for watching on your smartphone while waiting in checkout lines. Crying without tears. Humor without laughter. Plot without substance. Acting without appropriate skills. Haven has it all, even the kitchen sink.
$3.00 an episode, or $20 for a season? Anyone willing to pay those prices would be a swampland merchant's dream. Nothing but reruns on regular TV, and, Haven is part of your Netflix or Prime streaming subscription… maybe… It's one of those shows you can miss gaps or episodes of, and it really doesn't matter.
There’s so much choice when it comes to good television these days, and while Haven doesn’t come close to representing that —you could do worse.
I had written a customer inquiry about this, as I could not see how to download, and the customer service basically gave me one non-response, and I tried two more times, with the last response from Amazon that "we need to talk on the telephone."
Aside from breaking the terms of our contract (though the $1.89 cost of this last episode certainly is not worth the time I've wasted in trying to resolve this through Amazon Customer Service.
Once again, Amazon disappoints. To save a quick buck or to get more inf on what the buyer watches through the Amazon software?
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