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.
Along with a plethora of answers, all of which are very, very satisfying, in this season, the show embraces its darker nature. A running storyline is following Haven's first serial killer. The mysterious villain is an old trope. Usually, the more light is shed on said villain, the less intimidating they become. It speaks to the talent of Haven's writers that the more light that is shined on this character, the deeper its shadow becomes. The more we learn, the darker and more depraved the character is revealed to be.
The cases of the week are just as strong in this season, and the smattering on new characters are all very effective. For the sake of preserving the story, I won't name them, but I can promise that you will not feel the same way about them at the end of the season as you did when they are first introduced.
The backbone of this show has always been the relationship between Audrey, Nathan, and Duke. Little has changed on that front, in fact their relationship's have only intensified. This, however, is where my only nitpicks on the season come in. Nathan has always been wary of Duke, but the extent to which he takes it can become silly, at times. It is tiring to see him constantly doubt this man that he has watched do the right thing, time and time again.Read more ›
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Like the Colorado kid story . Could of done without the teen drama from some of the characters . Sarah is my favorite episode .Published 1 month ago by Da Baileys
The disc would not work on my device. When ordering watch for any comments the vender has.Published 2 months ago by NP Grandma