In Haven's fourth season finale, William's plan to turn Audrey back into her original self collides with Audrey, Duke and Nathan's plan to trap William back in the dark place he came from.
To convince Audrey of the truth behind her origins, William unleashes a terrible new curse.
The ghost hunting Darkside Seekers arrive following rumors of a monster of ancient myth appearing. Will they reveal Haven’s troubles to the world?
When Audrey finds herself in an alternate Haven with no troubles, she must make a choice – return Haven to normal or protect the ones she loves?
Audrey discovers that the mysterious thugs from the barn have followed Lexie to Haven holding William as a hostage.
The pressure's on when a deadly deep sea trouble threatens to crush the entire town--and everything Lexie and Nathan think they know about the Troubles.
Nathan and Lexie hunt a trouble that attacks Haven's citizens in their nightmares, while Duke deals with the very real nightmare his brother has become.
When people start spontaneously turning hard as stone--with no real connection between victims--Nathan, Duke, and Lexie find themselves in a race against time to find the troubled person responsible.
Lexie jumpstarts her life in Haven, a place she doesn't remember, by joining Nathan on the hunt for a deadly trouble that seems to change its victims' personalities.
Nathan and Dwight investigate child disappearances linked to an ancient legend, while Duke tries to focus Jennifer's trouble in hopes of finding Audrey.
A trouble leaving victims drained of blood threatens Nathan, while Duke tries to convince his brother to leave their troubled town.
Nathan and Duke's search for the still-missing Audrey is complicated by a troubled person who appears to be immolating the residents of Haven in broad daylight.
Six months after disappearing into the barn with Audrey, Duke returns with a strange new friend to find Nathan has fled Haven, Audrey is missing, and the Troubles are worse than ever.
In the third season finale, Audrey, Nathan and Duke square off against the Bolt Gun Killer -- and Audrey's own tragic fate.
When a string of bodies leads back to long-buried resentments, the group is unwillingly pulled into a Haven High School reunion.
With the entire town of Haven in a deep sleep, Audrey must work with the only other person awake to solve the Bolt Gun Killer case.
Watch a clip from Episode 202 'Fear & Loathing'.
Watch a clip from Episode 308 'Magic Hour: Part 2.'
Nathan takes the next step in his plan to bring down the Guard. Watch a clip from Episode 305 'Double Jeopardy.'
The Guard makes its presence known in Haven.
Watch a clip from Episode 307 'Magic Hour.'
Watch a compilation of all the Stephen King references from the "Lockdown" episode of Haven.
Watch a bonus scene from episode 309 'Sarah.'
Watch a compilation of all the Stephen King references from the 'Stay' episode of Haven.
Duke is confronted by his old flame.
Watch a bonus scene from the episode 'Stay.'
Watch a compilation of all the Stephen King references from the "The Tides That Bind" episode of Haven.
Watch a clip from Haven episode 106 "Fur".
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 cast and creators talk about who and what is new for season two of "Haven."
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