Haven: Season 3
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When FBI Agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) arrived in Haven, Maine, she quickly found herself involved in the return of the Troubles, a series of supernatural afflictions that have long cursed the seaside village. Partnered with local residents Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant) and Duke Crocker (Eric Balfour), Audrey began to realize that it was fate not luck that brought her to Haven, and that she is inexplicably linked to the mysteries of this extraordinary town.
The Haunting Truth About Haven: A Documentary
Escape to Haven Webisode Series
Six Audio Commentaries with the Writers
Interviews with the Cast and Guest Stars
Haven Panel from New York Comic Con
Behind-the-Scenes, Blooper Reel and More
Exclusive 16-Page Comic Book Haven: After the Storm
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Any way, there are a ton of questions answered in Season 3. So many in fact, you kind of wonder how they can fill a 4th Season.
Other than Duke, many of the characters seem to regress during Season 3. Nathan gets called a hypocrite by Duke. And Duke is completely right. Nathan does some things that seem completely out of character to me. Audrey, not as bad, but also really does something cruel to Duke. And the characters get a case of the stupids in not confiding to each other. Amusingly, it turns out they have a really good reason not to trust each other, but THEY DON'T KNOW THAT at the time.
The season ends on a big cliffhanger, which really makes me wonder how they can fill a 4th Season. The DVD set includes a small comic book that takes up right after the finale. It's narrated by everyone's favorite WWE superstar.
Don't get attached to the new characters introduced this season.
Claudia Black has a great guest appearance this season.
I do give the writers credit as you watch a character make some stupid decisions during the season, and they do explain it perfectly. Well done writers.
I waited to see Season 3 before reading up on it. With the way it went, I'm going to need to know how Season 4 goes before I buy it.
Haven, Maine is a town where people who suffer from supernatural afflictions come to live. Most of the time, Haven is a safe place to live but every 27 years the "troubles" appear, causing the "troubled" (those people suffering from these supernatural afflictions)to have to deal with their afflictions, which can sometimes be deadly. Audrey Parker, an FBI agent, comes to Haven on a case but soon discovers that this town has many secrets, some which may provide answers to her past. She also discovers that she has an uncanny ability to help these people, especially since she seems to be immune to the troubles. However, there are some people who don't want her in Haven, and there are others who would like to see the "troubled" eliminated.
There are many mysteries to be uncovered such as who really is Audrey Parker? What is the cause of the troubles? Who is the Colorado Kid? Who killed the Colorado Kid and why? What can be done to make the "troubles" go away? In season 3 some of the answers are revealed but then new questions are raised.
I wholeheartedly recommend this show to anyone who enjoys a good thriller but be warned - you can't watch just one! Once you start, you will want to watch all available episodes, maybe even more than once. I've found that I pick up things that I missed the first time around.