Thursday, October 30, 2014

It's Haven Night, Canada!

Episode 7, "Nowhere Man" airs tonight on Showcase, at 10pm ET.

Don't miss it!

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Eric Balfour: Kiss Me Now

Eric Balfour: Kiss me now or lose me forever... #Haven5

Review: 5.07 Nowhere Man

Oh Haven. I'm about to give up.

On Haven Season 5 Episode 6 it seemed like they might have finally discovered a way to get back to a good place with this story when Mara sort of gave birth to Audrey Parker.

Apparently their understanding of what to do with both Mara and Audrey stopped there, because on Haven Season 5 Episode 7 the best they could come up with was sending Nathan into some sort of alternate dimension as a ghost, thereby ripping the lovers apart before they fully reunited.

A New Threat - Haven
The Trouble itself wasn't bad. It reminded me a bit of the previous episode of Doctor Who, but Nathan and his new friends have a chance to get back to real life. It was just very poorly timed. Audrey and Nathan needed an episode or two to rediscover each other and determine what to do with Mara before this Trouble surfaced.

While Nathan and Audrey did eventually reveal their feelings for each other, their actual romance was incredibly short lived. Audrey disappeared into the Barn/Bar and came out pretending to be Lexie, then she turned into Mara and William happened. They have had relations maybe a handful of times that we're aware of and as soon as they come close to finding their way back, Nathan is "killed" by a Trouble.

Thankfully, sense was made of Audrey's birth and she is no longer immune to the Troubles and she has none of Mara's memories. I wonder if at some point they will want to address the fact that Nathan had a son with one of Mara's personalities and not Audrey's.

Keep reading at the TV Fanatic

Eric Balfour Tweeting Live on October 31

Monday, October 27, 2014

Ratings: Nowhere Man

Ratings keep dropping :(

18-49 Adults: 0.20
Viewers: 758,000.

What's going on?

Source: TV by the Numbers

Emily Rose Talks Mara-Audrey Aftermath and ‘Orphan Black’ Comparisons (Possible Spoilers)

'Haven' Star Emily Rose Talks Mara-Audrey Aftermath and 'Orphan Black' Comparisons

“I feel like we need a support group to talk about all our multiple personalities,” the actress jokes to TheWrap about “Orphan Black's” Tatiana Maslany

Syfy's “Haven” pulled off a twist no one saw coming when it separated its leading lady into two distinct — but identical — characters.

Series star Emily Rose, who now plays both Audrey Parker and her evil counterpart Mara, told TheWrap that she's glad she gets to keep both personalities for the foreseeable future
“I was a little scared to let Mara go,” Rose said. “Fortunately, I didn't have to do that.”

Mara and Audrey are now running around Haven, Maine, at the same time, though Audrey has a little more freedom, while her new twin sis is locked up in the cargo hold of Duke's (Eric Balfour) boat.

It's been a few years now since Audrey Parker was just Audrey, without any other personalities or memories plaguing her perpetual identity crisis.

“I had to re-familiarze myself with who Audrey really was and the strong aspects of her character,” Rose explained. “Mara is such a force to be reckoned with that I didn't want Audrey to come off as weaker, or as somebody who wasn't as sassy — because that's something we've always admired about her, too. I approached it like, Audrey's a little more pared down, a little more simple. Audrey really has a hold of Haven and knows what's going on there so it was making sure she wasn't afraid and always knew what she had to do. Always on a mission.”

Keep reading at The Wrap

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