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Haven 5 Seasons 2012

Season 3
4.8 out of 5 stars (340) IMDb 7.6/10

Haven, Maine hides its secrets well. After arriving in the seaside town on assignment, FBI Agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) found herself drawn to Haven's picturesque scenery and welcoming residents. But the lively coastal town harbors a troubling past that threatens to boil over--and Audrey decided to leave the FBI to stay in town and investigate a series of supernatural cases.

Starring:
Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant
Original air date:
December 21, 2012

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1. 301

Nathan and Duke search for Audrey, who was mysteriously abducted at the end of last season--but when Haven goes haywire after a series of the strangest events the town has yet seen, Audrey's abduction might not be the only one they have to worry about.

CC TV-14 September 21, 2012 43 minutes
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2. Stay

Raving barbarians run loose in Haven's streets, forcing Audrey and Nathan to find a way to stop these brutish madmen--if they can figure out who (or what) they are.

CC TV-14 September 28, 2012 44 minutes
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3. The Farmer

A Boston cop arrives in Haven, linking the town's latest stiff to a string of similar cases, leading Audrey and Nathan to believe that a "troubled" killer may be harvesting organs.

CC TV-14 October 5, 2012 43 minutes
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4. Over My Head

As ocean-related deaths plague Haven, Audrey races to find a connection between the victims, knowing that, as sure as the tide rises, her time to solve the mystery is running out.

CC TV-14 October 12, 2012 43 minutes
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5. Double Jeopardy

An unstoppable woman stalks Haven's criminals, but her particular brand of justice is neither blind nor fair, and Audrey must stop her before she strikes down every wrongdoer in town--including Duke.

CC TV-14 October 19, 2012 44 minutes
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6. Real Estate

On Halloween night, Audrey, Nathan, Duke and the others are lured to an infamous Haven haunted house - and become trapped inside.

CC TV-14 October 26, 2012 43 minutes
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7. Magic Hour

With Audrey and Duke following a lead in Colorado, Nathan and Tommy must deal with the latest "trouble" on their own when they discover someone in town has the ability to raise the dead.

CC TV-14 November 2, 2012 44 minutes
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8. Magic Hour, Part II

Audrey and Duke unwittingly team up with the killer they've been hunting all season as they track down the only person who can save Nathan's life.

CC TV-14 November 9, 2012 44 minutes
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9. Sarah

An elderly man's "trouble" sends Nathan and Duke back to 1955, where they search for a way back, but instead encounter Audrey's alter ego from the past, Sarah.

CC TV-14 November 16, 2012 44 minutes
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10. Burned

A transport gone wrong leaves a very dangerous troubled person on the loose, and has Audrey and Nathan searching for answers about Audrey's identity and her connection to Haven

CC TV-14 November 30, 2012 43 minutes
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11. Last Goodbyes

With all of Haven deep in sleep and the Bolt Gun Killer case serving up more new questions than answers, Audrey must work with the only other person awake in town.

CC TV-14 November 30, 2012 43 minutes
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12. Reunion

A string of murders at the Haven High School reunion brings Nathan and Duke back to their alma mater to help Audrey search for the troubled killer.

CC TV-14 December 7, 2012 43 minutes
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13. Thanks for the Memories

In the third season finale, Audrey, Nathan and Duke square off against the Bolt Gun Killer and Audrey's own tragic fate.

CC TV-14 December 21, 2012 43 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Drama
Director Lee Rose
Starring Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant
Supporting actors Eric Balfour, Richard Donat, John Dunsworth, Adam Copeland, Michael Therriault, Glenn Lefchak, Tim Post, Deborah Tennant, Adrien Dixon
Season year 2012
Network Koch Entertainment Distribution
Producers Charles Ardai, Stefani N. Deoul, Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst, Adam Fratto, Ginny Jones-Duzak, David MacLeod, Matt McGuinness, John Morayniss, Shawn Piller, Lloyd Segan, Scott Shepherd, Gabrielle G. Stanton, Todd Ulman
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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this show just keeps getting better. We are now into the 3rd series and the characters are well established. I still miss the father of the cop character from the first season , but other than that you have a fine ensemble cast. In this one 'audrey' must stop a troubled person from killing off people by drowning them. Is that person evil or is it not their fault that their trouble is killing people off? You never know with this show , as the mystery has played out over the seasons we learn more but there is still more to learn. Which is a good thing. I miss the chemistry between the two leads; parker and the cop. And the mysterious new big city detectives storyline is intriguing. But you don't have to have watched all the previous episodes to enjoy this one. the hd looked good on this one. Better than on csi by a long shot.
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At the end of last season we were left with Audrey mysteriously abducted and the ambiguity of Duke's character split even further with the knowledge that he is meant to kill Audrey and that his gift/truble works by taking on the talents of others through exposure to their blood. But Duke swears that he isn't his father and means no harm to Audrey.

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.
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I wanted this third season because I already have one and two. I soory I had a stroke last august so my speaking is difficult now. But I have almost all Stephen King Dvds from you. Right now watching his Dvds helps me to remembering and my speech also. Thank you. Anne
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I really enjoy this show. I just put in a disc and sit back and relax with it. It makes me comfortable to be in Haven with all of it's characters and subplots. It is easy to follow and a fun ride at the same time. The characters are likeable and you care what happens to them. I recommend this easy going series to those who like a good but light fantasy series you can't go wrong on this show and it is refreshing to just watch a good show after a tough day.
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If a grocery store sells paperback books, they most often carry many titles churned out by the author Stephen King. Usually, they’re top-sellers and are prominently displayed. There are new titles so often that is seems there may be a sweatshop in some country where children are ordered to write scary stories really really fast — then the Stephen King Corporation glances through them to find the best of mediocrity.

‘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.
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"Haven" I think is one of the best series produced. I have the first two seasons on DVD and have had a VIDEO PASS to buy episodes of Season 3. Suddenly, with this last episode, the rules change and I either have to download an AMAZON PLAYER (and take up space in my computer's memory) or I can buy an AMAZON KINDLE and watch the episode on it!!!!

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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