Sunday, December 30, 2012

Last 2 Episodes Leaked Online

Apparently, the last 2 episode have leaked online and many fans have posted spoilers on Tumblr. 

In my opinion, that is disrespectful. I would ask you to not watch until the episodes air in the US and Canada but it's up to you. 
But what I want you to know if that even when the show has been renewed for a season 4 it doesn't guarantee that we will have a 5th one. But I do know that the ratings for the last episodes can play a very good part in getting more than four seasons.
Nora Zuckerman, one of the writers of the show, has asked those involved to take down the spoilers:

Have a good day ;)

Friday, December 28, 2012

Happy Birthday Bree Williamson!

Bree Williamson, who plays Dr. Claire Callahan, the town's psychologist in Haven, turns 33 today.

Stop by Twitter and wish her a happy birthday at @breewilliamson.

Happy Birthday Bree!

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Vote for Haven in's Best of 2012

Haven is in second place behind Doctor Who. Don't forget to vote as many times as you can. Voting ends in 9 days!

Happy Birthday Lucas Bryant!

Today, Lucas Bryant, who plays the tough chief of police in Haven, turns 34.

We all hope he had a terrific time today with lots of hugs and presents.

Happy Birthday!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Season 3 Final and Pulled Episode Rescheduled for January

Attention, Haven fans: Syfy has made an important scheduling announcement.
The network has rescheduled last week's penultimate episode - pulled due to the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut - for the same night as the Haven Season 3 finale, which was originally slated for this Friday.

Duke Assits Audrey

Said Syfy in a statement:
“Last Friday’s episode of Haven contained scenes of fictitious violence in a high school setting and in light of the recent tragedy, we have decided to reschedule it along with the series’ Season 3 finale.
"The final two episodes of Season 3 will now air back-to-back on Thursday, Jan. 17, from 8 to 10pm EST, to maintain the integrity of the series’ serialized nature.”

Source: TV Fanatic

Monday, December 17, 2012

No New Episode for UK on December 18

Instead, Season 2 Christmas Episode "Silent Night" will air.

Source: Syfy UK

S2 Christmas Episode to Air after Season Finale on Dec. 21

Source: Syfy

No Air Date for 3.12 Reunion Yet

I've been reading that last week's episode, 3.12 "Reunion", pulled from the schedule due to the Newtown tragedy, will air on December 20th, but Syfy still has to announce it and Eric Balfour said  on Twitter that both episode will air, but he didn't specify when.

I will post the date the episode will air, and I think it will be this week because Syfy's Friday's schedule still has the season finale included.


Are You Ready To Say Goodbye To Audrey Parker?

For three seasons we have pondered the mystery of Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) and her role in the mysterious town of Haven, Maine. The first season was just as much about introducing us to Audrey as it was to Haven’s Troubled and their unique Troubles. In fact, with each episode that first season we learned another small clue about Audrey, for it was obvious from the start that she had a special ability to reach out to the Troubled and calm their Troubles. But we really didn’t suspect that at the end of the season we would find out that she was not even Audrey Parker at all. 

The biggest clue was when her partner Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant) discovered that he could feel her. Due to his Trouble, he could not feel anything – yet miraculous, he could feel her; that made Audrey special and a mystery herself. But when she came face to face with the real Audrey Parker, a woman’s identity with whom she had assumed and whose memories she shared, we suddenly realized that there was a lot more going on with Audrey Parker (or rather the woman we knew as Audrey).

Keep reading at The TV Addict

Friday, December 14, 2012

Tonight's Episode Pulled from Schedule

Tiffany Vogt from the TV Addict is letting us know that tonight's episode will be pulled from Syfy's schedule due to the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut.

It's a very thoughtful move by Syfy.

My heart goes out to all those families affected by this shooting. There are no words to comfort them for this terrible loss. God gives them strength to go on, deal with this and one day accept it.

And to parents out there, take care of your children, get close to them, learn about their likes and dislikes, about their dreams, about what makes them happy or sad, if they're being bullied or not, if they could have some sort of personality disorder. I know, life is hard, stress is our every day topic, we are pressured at work and sometimes we just want to get some rest but they are YOUR children. There is no excuse. Embrace them, pay attention to them. Love them.

You'll be in my prayers.

Good night.

Happy Haven Night, Canada!

Hello Canada!

An all new episode of Haven airs tonight, episode 11 "Last Goodbyes" at 9pm on Showcase.

Watch live and join the Twitter fun.


Happy Haven Night!

Good morning Havenites!

Get ready for a new episode of Haven tonight, episode 12 "Reunion" airs at 10/9C on Syfy.

Laura Vandervoort from Smallville guests stars as... well, if you don't know yet I don't want to spoil it for you.

Join Twitter and tweet this episode, using #EscapeToHaven or #Haven, one hashtag per tweet, retweets count. 

And don't forget to watch live. And come back and post your comments.


Wednesday, December 12, 2012

125 Reasons You Should Be Watching Syfy's Haven

Here we go, once again, just because this video is so damn cool ;)

Dedicated to SandyTheMaster, who is a very good tipster.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Episode 3.12 Synopsis: Reunion

When people are transformed into their high-school selves and then murdered, it leads to a Haven High School reunion and some long-buried resentments.

Ratings: Last Goodbyes

Haven was steady versus last week in the 18-49 adult rating, it was also steady in viewers.

18-49 Adult Rating: 0.4
Viewers: 1.557 million

Source: TV by the Numbers

Happy Haven Night, Latin America!

¡Hola Latinoamérica!

Esta noche se estrena el episodio 11 "Last Goodbyes" en Syfy LA a las 11pm en México 10pm Argentina.

No se lo pierdan. Finalmente se revelará quien es el Bolt Gun killer.

¡Que lo disfruten!

Saturday, December 08, 2012

Thought on Last Goodbyes

WARNING: This post contains spoilers

I don’t know why everybody is upset that Claire is the BGK. Who was left to be? What is the point of the guest stars if not be on a show for several episodes? The question here is when she became the BGK. Did she show up at the police station as the BGK already? And why didn’t Audrey or Nathan or anybody else think this could’ve been a possibility? So her interrogation was a total waste of time.

I just loved the scene where Audrey calls Nathan in what it seems the middle of the night. She must be so desperate to talk to him, to apologize, to tell him the things she needs to tell him, that I wished he had answered the phone, just to have more tension between them.

One of the things that I hated about the X-files and other dramas is that most of the times their leads argue, or have something to address and they never talk about it. I really thank the writers for having two intelligent characters talk about their feelings and it was Audrey’s time in this episode. She recognized her mistake and apologized to Nathan for pushing him away. And well, Nathan saying “I’m still here” proves how much he really loves her.

Nolan North… wow. I had never seen him anywhere, but I loved his chemistry with Emily and his lines and his performance. Poor Will Brady… he had to remember everything is the most horrible way. And he gave Audrey a very important lesson. And ended up doing pretty much what Audrey will have to do to save Haven: A sacrifice.

Many Naudrey fans must be pissed off for not getting more about them. What did they expect, a make out session? Sex? I’m sure they did, but there is so much going on with them that instead of behaving like horny teenagers they act as professionals and they are focused on finding answers and a way to keep Audrey in Haven that anything else is not necessary. For me, the phone call, the holding hands, the looks are way better than seeing them having sex. Nathan said it perfectly: “We’ll have time for this”. And I’m pretty sure they will. You know, I don’t care if they continue doing that with these two characters. The will-they won’t-they (in the end I’m sure they will) is fine by me as long as they keep it interesting and there are no third parties involved. What Nathan and Audrey have is way more intense than two people having a life together. I mean, this is not Bones.

And are there any more questions about Audrey loving Nathan? I don’t think so. Her interrogations with Duke and Nathan were completely different. Her look gives it away. And the fact that she had reached for Nathan’s hand was amazing. And it’s funny how both of them chose a kiss to prove her who they really are. Nathan’s fine I think because of his trouble, but Duke? Well, he’s in love with her too I guess. But he knows now nothing will ever happen between them.

I still believe that the Colorado Kid’s father is not going to be revealed this season. I wonder what direction Season 4 will take. I know new characters will come, and I know that more secrets are still buried.

Also, I guess I was wrong. The gag scene reel where Audrey says “I don’t remember anything” sure comes in the next episode. She will be hit in the head by Claire/BGK and a trauma like that can make her forget the events before being hit, which includes finding out that Claire was the BGK.

 So what do you say? Did you like this episode? Because I did!

Haven Review: The Will To Go On

WARNING: This review contains spoilers

I don't even know what to say about "Last Goodbyes." It's kind of a difficult episode to review because it was really all about Audrey coming to the realization that she has to fight to say in this world. How it went down, however, was pretty fun.

Audrey &:the Bolt Gun Killer

Since she's Trouble free, Audrey found out she was the only person in Haven awake on a day when, well, everyone else wasn't. It was pretty easy to figure out Amnesia Man was in a coma and his coming out of it was what put everyone else into one, and kind of funny that it was he who realized they were in comas and not just asleep. How did he know they were in comas? 
Nolan North played the part of Amnesia Man (Will Brady) so well. He has great comedic timing and he was perfectly cast to play off Audrey while Haven suffered the fate that was meant for Will. It was a sad tale, but an incredibly enjoyable hour to watch. Emily Rose and Nolan North had such great chemistry that I wouldn't have minded his role continuing. Check out some of the Haven quotes for a taste, and enjoy.

Keep reading at TV Fanatic

Promo: 3.12 Reunion

Friday, December 07, 2012

Promotional Photos - 3.12 Reunion

Source: Spoiler TV

Happy Haven Night!

An all new Haven airs tonight! 

Don't miss episode 11 "Last Goodbyes" at 10/9C on Syfy.

Will there really be last goodbyes in this episode?

Nolan North from the Uncharted series guest stars. 

Remember to watch live and join the Twitter party using the hashtags #EscapeToHaven or #Haven.

One hashtag per tweet to make it trend. Retweets also count.  


Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Monday, December 03, 2012

Audrey, Nathan and Duke Battle for Survival in 'Haven' Season 3 Finale

As I reported a few days ago, Haven's season 3 finale will air on December 21st:



NEW YORK – December 3, 2012 – Season three of Syfy’s hit series Haven comes to an explosive conclusion on Friday, December 21 at 10PM (ET/PT) when Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Duke (Eric Balfour) square off against the Bolt Gun Killer – and  Audrey’s own life-threatening fate.

In this conclusion of her two-episode story arc, guest star Laura Vandervoort (Smallvillle) plays a woman driven to the brink of madness by love.

With all of the mysteries Audrey has been investigating—the Bolt Gun Killer, the search for her son, The Guard and her own past in Haven—converging at the same place and time, Audrey must face hard truths and make a terrible decision  as the very existence of Haven hangs in the balance.

Source: TV by the Numbers

Ratings: Burned

Haven got a 0.4 in the 18-49 adult rating last Friday and was down a tenth versus last original episode.

18-49 adult rating: 0.4
Viewers: 1.530 million

Source: TV by the Numbers

Season 3 Marathon on December 20

Syfy will run a marathon of Haven's Season 3 on December 20th, starting at 8am.

All to prepare us for the season finale on December 21.

Don't miss it!

Happy Haven Night, Latin America!


Les confirmo que el día de hoy se transmite para toda Latinoamérica un episodio de estreno de Haven. El episodio 10 "Burned", esta noche a las 11pm México, 10pm Argentina.

No se lo pierdan. Muchas revelaciones en esta edición.

¡Buenas noches!

Sunday, December 02, 2012

Who is Kiara Glasco?

Kiara Glasco (Ginger Danvers on Haven) was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. She was a model by age 4. Kiara takes singing and piano lessons and has performed in concert with Peter Karrie. Copper is her television series debut. She will also appear in the movie "I'll Follow You Down", with Rufus Sewell and Gillian Anderson, playing young Gracie.

Source: IMDb

Promo: 3.11 Last Goodbyes

Thought on Burned

WARNING: This post contains spoilers

Why was it called Burned? Because all the bodies were burned? Probably.

I love passive Nathan. Sweet, polite, calmed, you-are-my-exact-opposite Nathan (well, I’m all except calm and who wouldn’t want a Nathan?). But aggressive, passionate, I-will-kick-your-ass-if-you-don’t-tell-me-what-you-know Nathan, rocks it. And makes my heart dance.

The Nathan/Audrey dynamic was amazing. Still a little tense, but at least I didn’t hear Nathan tell Audrey “check in” again. That was a relief. Audrey didn’t push Nathan away to work with Duke. Those looks that speak thousands of words were exciting. I was very happy to hear Audrey say that she knew Nathan was trying to help her. Finally. And having Nathan and Audrey talking about solving her situation as a team gave me hope.

I’m saving a special mention to Duke. Eric Balfour has something that makes him so believable, so honest when he performs and his scenes with Ginger were some of the best. What a way to get a little girl to cooperate. Talk about inverse psychology (if that exist). And to have him use some of his own lines as a con man was ingenious. 

Jordan McKee… so she had her own agenda! And The Guard gave us more secrets. They protect the Troubled but they take whoever harms them along the way. Looks like they don’t care. Funny that, in the end, Jordan and Nathan were using each other. Nathan to find answers about Audrey’s upcoming disappearance and Jordan to get rid of Audrey for two reasons: the end of the Troubles and keep Nathan to herself. The scene in the jail cell was incredible. Most of us knew that Jordan and Nathan didn’t have anything serious and Nathan confirmed it: “There is no us” just as Audrey was standing at the door. I wonder if she also heard Jordan say the previous line. 

So Tommy was dead!!! Should’ve seen it coming. Honestly, I didn’t expect it. I knew he was a bad guy, I mean, he put a dead body in the trunk of his car after all and then I thought he was at least helping the BGK. So, who is the skinwalker then? Could it be another Troubled person? I’m sure it’s someone who has been around for ages. Is he making a replica of Sarah to then use it? For what purpose? Just please don’t let one of the regular characters turn out to be the skinwalker since the beginning of the season. That’ll be sort of… Dallas maybe? ;)

Something doesn’t make sense though. He saw Grady’s skin in one of the tanks. When was the skinwalker using his skin? When he wasn’t “being” Tommy maybe? Or maybe he never used his skin.

Tiffany Vogt from the TVWatchtower reassured me a while ago that the show would go on to a Season 4. It came true. She also told me that I would love Kate Kelton’s character. Now, I love Kate Kelton (and she takes the time to reply my tweets too!) but if this is the end of Jordan McKee then I can’t find my love for her anywhere. Unless, she comes back… and makes some sort of sacrifice.

Another special mention: Kiara Glasco, who played Ginger, is to be honest, the best performance by a young girl I’ve seen it a while. And believe me, I’ve seen thousands of films. Her presence on screen, the way she said her lines, her face expressions of anguish and happiness, make her future in acting very promising. If I were a director, I’d cast her based on her performance on this episode. 

I couldn’t help noticing something in next episode’s promo. Nolan North’s character says “I don’t remember anything”. In the gag reel, Audrey, wearing the same clothes as in the promo, says the exact same thing to Nathan while being at her apartment. Is it related? Is it the same episode? What doesn’t she remember? I just hope she wasn’t victim from the BGK again… and that the scene makes it to the final cut. Yes, because I’m a Naudrey fan.

So what the heck is in the barn? And who is behind all this? Everybody in the country who is troubled goes to Haven for support? The Troubles disappear when Audrey does but, how do the Troubles come back? If we can keep the show away from a Lost plot and more close to an X-files kind of thing, I’ll love them more.

The man who held Audrey captive told her that someone else loved the Colorado Kid. Who was that person? His father maybe? Also, I have my doubts about the Colorado Kid's father being revealed this season...

Your thoughts are next. And I’d love to read them.

Saturday, December 01, 2012

Review: Skin Deep

WARNING: This review contains spoilers

Still, not a lot to go on, and the first thing that came to my mind as Audrey stood next to Nathan in the basement was... oh my God it's Nathan. Then... no, it's Claire! The conversations between Claire and Audrey haven't been as fascinating since Tommy died. Could TBGK be sporting Claire's skin now? After all, as Nathan and Audrey realized, he could be disguised as just about anybody. Come to think of it, it could be a woman. Oh. The mind reels!!

I just hope TBGK doesn't turn out to be The Colorado Kid. 

I was under the impression Audrey was going to use all of her remaining time in Haven to locate her son, but he was mentioned only briefly during the episode. Those pesky Troubled people and The Guard can really suck the time out of a day, can't they? The Trouble of the week did directly relate to ending The Troubles, as Jordan was forced to admit The Guard brought Ginger and her father to town so Ginger could control Nathan, and thereby control Audrey. We'll get to the why in a minute.

Keep reading at TV Fanatic

Promotional Photos - 3.11 Last Goodbyes