Sunday, July 31, 2011

Promotional Photos - 2.04 Sparks and Recreation

Source: Spoiler TV

Haven Stars Interviews: Emily Rose and Eric Balfour

Looks like this weekend is full of new interviews, check out the latest on Emily and Eric:

Made Man interviews Emily Rose

Give Me My Remote interviews Eric Balfour


Saturday, July 30, 2011

Spoilers: Jason Priestley's Character

Thanks for being among the only one to give Haven some love, Sandra. I’m dying for a little intel on Jason Priestley’s character! — Martha
Why, thank you! I’d bow, but that’s a bit much, I think. Look for Priestley’s character to bring out the “girly side of Audrey” in episode 6, according to star Emily Rose. “What happens is really fantastic and I can’t wait for it to come out,” she says. “We see a personal side of Audrey in a really unique way.”

Source: Inside TV - Entertainment Weekly

Coming of Age: Interview with Lucas Bryant

Very interesting interview with Lucas Bryant. It may contain spoilers, but it's worth reading it.

“When I first read the script for the season one finale I was pretty shocked and surprised as well as excited,” says Bryant. “The information about Nathan’s real and adoptive fathers was something that the writers had kept from me, on purpose, I imagine, and also because I didn’t want to know things that I didn’t need to know. I knew they were putting some big stuff in that particular episode, but I had no idea exactly what.

Keep reading at The Morton Report

Friday, July 29, 2011

What You're Missing Out If You're Not Watching Haven

Nice article from The TV Addict:

Last year, a remarkable new television series debuted under the auspices of one of the most renown names in horror fiction: Stephen King. Despite the prestigious name associated with it, Syfy’s supernatural series HAVEN debuted quietly and snuck up on everyone. Perhaps because of its quiet introduction, it managed to do the impossible. It unveiled its first season with such a careful and methodical approach that viewers were lulled into a false sense of security. By the end of its first season, fans and viewers only knew one thing for certain – HAVEN was never going to be predictable. It had shattered and exceeded expectations time and time again over the course of its initial thirteen episodes. So much so, that no one knew exactly who the main character Audrey Parker really was in the end. Was she an FBI agent, a shape-shifter, an amnesiac, or something else entirely?

Happy Haven Night!

Hey US fans! Don't miss an all-new Haven tonight. Episode 3 called "Love Machine" airs tonight on SyFy.


Eric Balfour on Slaying Zombies and Getting the Girl

Syfy’s “Haven” series plays the standard love triangle with an attractive FBI agent that is caught between a good-natured local cop and the bad but charming Duke Crocker, played by Eric Balfour. But relationships all around are complicated by the strange occurrences at the idyllic seaside Maine town, which is actually a refuge for the cursed. Speakeasy spoke with Balfour about “Haven’s” second season, which started earlier this month, and his other projects.

Keep reading at The Wall Street Journal - Speak Easy

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Eric Balfour and Nora Zuckerman Tweet: Mini-Spoilers

Eric Balfour: Just read the season finale of #Haven S2 and my @FallingWhistles necklace plays a major role in the episode! Awesome!!!

NoraZuckerman Tomorrow's #HAVEN was written by myself, @lillazuck, and Matt McGuinness! Prepare for explosions, a Zamboni, and dare I say...tears.

Eric Messing Around in the set of Haven

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Episode 2.04 Synopsis

When a deadly series of electrocutions occur around town, Audrey and Nathan investigate who could be behind them - just as the electrical events take the life of one of Haven's leaders.

Source: Showcase
Taken from: SpoilerTV

Monday, July 25, 2011

Haven Stars arriving at the Syfy/E! Comic-Con Party

Ratings: Fear and Loathing

Haven was steady versus last week’s premiere with a 0.5 adults 18-49 rating.
18-49 rating: 0.5
Viewers: 1.837 million.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

2.03 Love Machine Sneak Peek and New Promo

Nathan reveals how Jason Priestley delivers 'dark stuff' to Haven

In last week's premiere, Nathan and his partner, Audrey Parker, were faced with a second Audrey Parker, as well as a series of biblical plagues come true. Nathan also struggled with the loss of his chief-of-police father, who exploded due to being troubled himself at the end of season one.

Friday, July 22, 2011

A&E Greenlights Stephen King's "Bag of Bones"

A&E Network announced on Friday that it will begin production next month on Stephen King’s Bag of Bones, a four-hour mini-series based on the New York Times No. 1 bestseller. The two-night event, starring onetime 007 Pierce Brosnan and X-Files alum Annabeth Gish, will premiere in the fourth quarter of 2011.

Keep reading at TV Line

Tonight: 2.02 Fear and Loathing

Happy Haven night! Don't miss the second episode of Haven, "Fear and Loathing", tonight on SyFy.

What did you think?

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Tomorrow Haven at Comic Con!

Ladies and gentlemen, if you're in San Diego tomorrow July 22, don't forget to attend the special screening of Haven, from 9 to 11 pm in Room 6A at the San Diego Comic Con 2011. Don't forget that Eric Balfour will be there.

And come back here and let us know!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Hollywood stars in Haven get comfortable in Chester

From Bill Brioux of the Canadian Press:

On this day, the busiest set is the main police station where stars Emily Rose and Lucas Byrant — the ex-FBI agent and local cop who are the Mulder and Scully of "Haven" — were shooting scenes. A gathering of journalists sat in and observed and were treated like family by the cast and crew. Even the food served by the local craft services people was pure comfort food — Shake ’N Bake chicken.

Keep reading at Brandon Sun

Eric Balfour Answers Fans Questions - Part 1

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Monday, July 18, 2011

Ratings: A Tale of Two Audreys

Haven returned to a 0.5 adults 18-49 rating. That’s down from last year’s premiere (0.7) but on par with last season’s finale.  Pretty good, I guess, considering Friday Night Smackdown! was down a 0.2 to a 0.6 rating.

18-49 rating: 0.5
Viewers: 1.884 million.

Source. TV by the Numbers

Happy Haven Night, Canada!

Haven season 2 premieres tonight in Canada on Showcase.

Enjoy it, my Canadian friends!

Friday, July 15, 2011

If this doesn't make you tune into Haven...

Tonight's the Night!

Good morning everyone!

Haven's second season premieres tonight at 10 pm on SyFy. 

Tonight's episode is called "A Tale of Two Audreys". Don't forget to tell or remind everyone you know that they cannot forget to watch tonight.

Remember that SyFy will be playing Season 1 (beginning at 8:30 am) before the season premiere.

Come back and discuss.

Happy Haven night!

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Episode 2.02 Synopsis

While dealing with the mystery of her own identity, Audrey, Nathan and the other Audrey who's come to town must stop a terrifying epidemic spreading across town: people seeing their worst fears come to life.

Source: Showcase
Taken from: SpoilerTV

Interview with Eric Balfour

Q) What would you do when you were to be stuck on a mountain with Emily and Lucas?
A) We would probably have a lot of dance parties with our iPhones. We all have pretty good music collections on our iPhones. So we'd probably have big dance parties. And that's pretty much our favorite thing to do - and to smack each other on the butt.

Keep reading at Starry Constellation Magazine

Monday, July 11, 2011

Audrey May Finally Find Her True Self...

“As an actor, you are kind of given this path and this history that you understand, I think something that I learned in school-- in theater school-- my teachers would say ‘You may not get it now, but later you’ll understand, it’s trusting that you’re enough.’ Trusting that what you bring to the character is enough, and I think in this situation with Audrey where there’s so many unknowns-- they pulled the rug out from underneath me,” Rose admitted on a conference call with reporters earlier this week.

Keep reading at

Spoilers: Watch with Kristin

Kimma_S: Any spoilers for Haven? Thanks! 
July 15 is finally the season two premiere. Yay! But if you were hoping for Audrey (Emily Rose) and Nathan (Lucas Bryant) to just make out already, well that doesn't happen in this episode. Sad face. We're still going to keep our fingers crossed for a make out sesh in episode two. But there are bigger things to worry about in Haven like the other Audrey Parker and mysterious lady from Duke's (Eric Balfour) past.

Source: E! Online

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Comic Con 2011 Update

Syfy will hold an advanced preview screening of the following episode of Eureka and an all new Haven from 9-11 p.m. in Room 6A. 

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

One year ago...

Haven, a show loosely based on the Stephen King novel "The Colorado Kid", premiered on SyFy. It stars Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant and Eric Balfour. Thirteen episodes aired. 

Six days from the premiere of season 2, we hope the show goes on for many seasons.

Friday, July 08, 2011

Emily Rose: "Fraudrey" plays big part in New Season

We’re a week away from the season 2 premiere of Syfy’s breakout Haven, and if you were left with your jaw on the floor last season, join the club. The reveal that the Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) we got to know may not be who we thought she was and the introduction of what could be the original Audrey Parker (or “Fraudrey” as they call her on set, according to Rose) left fans on a frustratingly awesome note for the season. Thankfully, the show is back July 15, and Rose says we pick up “moments after we left off.” “We did that not only because the audience was dying to know the stuff that happens after that big cliffhanger, but there’s also stuff that happens right away that takes us out of that moment and forces these characters on their journey of solving the trouble of the week, so to speak,” she says.

But while Audrey continues on her mystery-solving business as usual, we’ll also find her haunted by “an identity crisis,” Rose says. But in that struggle, she’ll form a special bond with new police Chief Nathan (Lucas Bryant) who lost his father (the old Chief) at the end of last season. “The first episode and into the second, Nathan has to move forward like Audrey, who is dealing with this major monster in her closet of not knowing if she’s really Audrey. He has to cope with going on without his father,” she says.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Haven at Comic Con 2011 on July 22

E!'s Ben Lyons and Syfy's Jael de Pardo (Fact or Faked) To Co-Host E! Live from the Red Carpet: The Syfy/E! Comic Con Party

New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 2011 - In continuing with its yearly tradition of delivering the ultimate fan experience at Comic-Con - and winding down the convention with the hottest party of the entire weekend - Syfy has unveiled its plans for participation at Comic-Con 2011.

As in years past, a multitude of talent from Syfy's hottest series will participate in interactive panels, where fans can get their burning questions answered and get all the behind-the-scenes secrets on their favorite shows! On Syfy's docket for this year are hit Warehouse 13, Eureka, Being Human and Sanctuary, as well as new series Alphas, (premiering July 11 @ 10pm). Syfy will also hold a screening on Friday night (July 22), where fans can get an early sneak-peek of that evening's new episode of Haven as well as the following Monday's new episode of Eureka.

Read more at SpoilerTV

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Episode 2.01 Synopsis

Haven's new season begins as Audrey and Nathan discover a supernatural threat visiting deadly plagues upon the town - all while grappling with a visitor to town who shares Audrey's name and memories.

Source Showcase
Taken from: SpoilerTV

Season 2 - Press Release from Showcase


* Haven season two premieres Monday, July 18 at 10pm ET/PT exclusively on Showcase
* Uncover the truth behind the unbelievable and unimaginable on the second season of Haven, returning Monday, July 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT only on Showcase.

On last year’s explosive finale of Haven, Chief Wournos shattered into bits and pieces after he confessed to Nathan and Audrey that he could no longer live with his tormenting supernatural affliction. Before the chief self destructed, he told Nathan that he must replace him as the new chief and protect the small town. He also told Audrey that not everyone is thrilled that she’s back in town, leading her to tell Nathan that Lucy isn’t her mother, but rather she is Lucy reincarnated. It was in that moment that Lucas reveals that he can feel Audrey’s touch, and a woman claiming to be FBI agent Audrey Parker pulls out a gun on them.

In season two of Haven, the stakes are even higher as Audrey, Nathan and Duke come into contact with more mysterious figures who crop up in the small town – including Chris Brody (Jason Priestley), the son of Haven’s mayor, with his own supernatural affliction. Making matters more complicated in Duke’s life is the sudden arrival of a woman from his past – Evi Ryan (Vinessa Antoine) who happens to be Duke’s estranged wife with a secret agenda. Audrey continues to come to terms with her true identity and her real purpose for being in Haven.

Adam Copeland, WWE’s “Edge,” guest stars as Dwight Hendrickson, a longtime Haven resident who assisted Nathan’s late father in keeping particularly suspicious supernatural activity under wraps. Also guest starring is Cristian de la Fuente as Cornell; a straight-laced, conservative, mild-mannered banker who we discover is hiding a dark and shocking double life. Jason Priestley directed one episode of the second season and guest stars in a four-episode story arc. Stephen McHattie reprises his role as Reverend Ed Driscoll, the influential town leader who has a vendetta against the “cursed” people in town. 

Source: Showcase
Taken from: SpoilerTV

Friday, July 01, 2011

Eric Balfour: Get to Be Home for a Whole Week

Eric Balfour: Watching the sunrise at the airport. Get to be home for a whole week... Now if god will just bring me some waves!