Just Press Play posted this review on Haven Season 1 DVD:
"Syfy’s new series Haven has a lot working for and against it. On one hand, it’s a supernatural serial based on a Stephen King’s “The Colorado Kid” in the vein of X-Files and Twin Peaks. On the other hand, it’s beginning its run on "The X-Files" legacy just as Fringe, which got off to a rocky start, has officially come into its own and has proven it can be great. Running up against Fringe while attempting to honor the legacies of the X-Files and Stephen King’s particular brand of eerie, Haven has big shoes to fill, and it succeeds more often than not with some decently fleshed out characters and penchant for matching its tendencies to ask and answer questions in equal measure."
This time, Sea and Be Scene interviewed Lucas, who took a break from his scenes to talk about his character.
SABS: At Sea and be Scene we celebrate the 4 Atlantic Provinces and we’re so thrilled to have you back for a second season – how do you find working here in Nova Scotia?
Lucas Bryant:Totally brilliant – I love it. It’s right up my alley. I’m from a small town in Ontario – so I can get down with the slow pace of Chester. The people are hugely friendly. Especially this year – they’ve made it really clear that they welcome us and love having us here. So that’s been amazing to feel embraced by the community.
Monsters and Critics spoke with Bryant as he took a break from shooting an episode for Season 2 of the Showcase/SyFy series.
M&C: Okay, Lucas, you’re onset in a seaside village in picturesque Nova Scotia. Life is hard! What are you shooting today?
Bryant: Today’s story is that we are halfway through episode 7. I can tell you that a kid has gone missing. We’re dealing with a kidnapping. It’s heavy. Especially this season, the storylines are heavy.
Syfy and Entertainment One have announced that Chilean actor Cristian de la Fuente has signed on to guest star in an upcoming episode of Haven playing the role of "Cornell," a straight-laced, conservative, mild-mannered banker who we discover is hiding a dark and shocking double life.