Haven: The Complete Second Season
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FBI Agent Audrey Parker was brought to Haven, Maine on a routine case, but quickly discovered that the seemingly sleepy town was, in fact, a refuge for people with supernatural afflictions. Now a permanent resident, Audrey continues to explore Haven's many secrets - including the mystery behind her lost past.
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This season is a wonderful installment in the Haven series. All of the discs in mine worked and the case was in good condition. I paid $15 for my copy. Money well spent.
Slowly you find yourself becoming hooked on the people themselves. Gorgeous Nate who literally can't feel anything except emotions, equally gorgeous Duke who's the bad boy with a heart (sometimes) and our former FBI agent turned small town cop girl Audrey. Lucky, lucky Audrey! The two intriguing older gents who run the town newspaper and act as Audrye's surrogate mentors/friends/confidantes and who I am beginning to suspect aren't exactly what they seem to be. (But then again in Haven no one is). And then there are the people who are "troubled" that often wreak unintended consequences on the rest of their fellows and community as their various supernatural talents surface in unexpected ways. Think of it as sort of a Nancy Drew grows up, is gorgeous and has a brain and wits to match and takes up where the X-files left off. The Winchester boys from Supernatural would be be impressed and quite possibly very smitten with Audrey. She's the sort of woman who is more than a match for any of the men in the series and yet real enough and smart enough to make someone like me wish I could find a best friend exactly like her.
I won't give anything away with this review except to say that if you like different, odd, quirky and intriguing then Haven is a TV series you don't want to miss.
The second season features the typical "monster of the week" episodes with the overarching storyline about Audrey's past and Duke's search for the man that will kill him, as well as Nathan fighting against the Rev.
I typically do not watch many TV shows, but this show caught my eye because Emily Rose and Eric Balfour are in it. I've heard Emily as the voice actress behind Elena in the Uncharted Playstation games, so I wanted to see how she fared in a live action show, and Eric Balfour has been a good actor since he was on HBO's Six Feet Under. Luckily, they don't have to carry the show on their own as there are a good many seasoned guest actors (including Jason Priestly), and the rest of the main cast all seem to be good actors as well.