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An FBI agent encounters residents with supernatural abilities in a small Maine town in this dramatic series inspired by Stephen King's 'The Colorado Kid'.
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by Jessica Vesterlund
Jan 25, 2015 6:16PM EST
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Its getting wors and wors for every season :(

Its getting wors and wors for every season :(

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Jan 24, 2015 9:53AM EST
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As an avid fan of Steven King I watch anything with his name on it. Despite him having no involvement in this show it has turned out to be one of the best adaptations of his work, there have been countless nods to many of his stories, my favourite of which involved a young child in a yellow raincoat following a paper boat down the storm drain.The 3 main actors have amazing chemistry and bring their characters to life, find myself actually caring what happens to them which is rare these days. The Teague brothers have begun to shed light on their mysterious sides and seem to be leaving the comic relief to Gloria and the sheriff, who quite frankly are more than up to the task.

As an avid fan of Steven King I watch anything with his name on it. Despite him having no involvement in this show it has turned out to be one of the best adaptations of his work, there have been countless nods to many of his stories, my favourite of which involved a young child in a yellow raincoat following a paper boat down the storm drain.The 3 main actors have amazing chemistry and bring their characters to life, find myself actually caring what happens to them which is rare these days. The Teague brothers have begun to shed light on their mysterious sides and seem to be leaving the comic relief to Gloria and the sheriff, who quite frankly are more than up to the task.

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Jan 23, 2015 11:19PM EST
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loveeeeeee

loveeeeeee

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Jan 12, 2015 7:11PM EST
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Odd, but fascinating. I watched it on Netflix and it got me hooked.

Odd, but fascinating. I watched it on Netflix and it got me hooked.

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Jan 10, 2015 10:16PM EST
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Love it & also that it's filmed near me

Love it & also that it's filmed near me

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by MayaRokach
Jan 10, 2015 7:27PM EST
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a Stephen King's book adapted to television. great!

a Stephen King's book adapted to television. great!

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by daviswaldenContributor
Jan 5, 2015 3:36PM EST
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A sci-fi, mystery drama, Haven boasts a talented cast and intriguing story line. If you liked Eureka or Warehouse 13, this is another Syfy show to pick up on. While its monster-of-the-week formula may get a little corny or irritating, the mythology episodes of the series are what fans like to see.

A sci-fi, mystery drama, Haven boasts a talented cast and intriguing story line. If you liked Eureka or Warehouse 13, this is another Syfy show to pick up on. While its monster-of-the-week formula may get a little corny or irritating, the mythology episodes of the series are what fans like to see.

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by bwfultz
Dec 29, 2014 3:38PM EST
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Love this series. Wish there were more like it. Right in line with the X Files.

Love this series. Wish there were more like it. Right in line with the X Files.

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Dec 16, 2014 9:49PM EST
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Good show but kind of boring slow plot

Good show but kind of boring slow plot

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Dec 8, 2014 11:59AM EST
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It's a fun SyFy show which feels like it's story arc is winding down. If you read the other reviews here it seems like about as many people enjoy the romantic subplot as are bothered by it, and I think they do a good job of using it to advance the storyline without making it the story (except for a couple of episodes).

It's a 'pretty people dealing with monsters' show, but there are some interesting supporting characters. The first couple of seasons had a definite 'supporting female characters are disposable' thing going on, but they've backed off on that.

I really enjoy the world-building, even though the setting relies on a strong 'masquerade' element. Midway through the 'giant' 5th season there are still some mysteries from the first season which haven't really been explored (we need more on Agent Howard for example).

It looks as though the series may be coming to a resolution, and if they are I'm pretty sure they'll come up with something satisfying without being too over the top maudlin. I'm pretty happy with this one.

It's a fun SyFy show which feels like it's story arc is winding down. If you read the other reviews here it seems like about as many people enjoy the romantic subplot as are bothered by it, and I think they do a good job of using it to advance the storyline without making it the story (except for a couple of episodes).

It's a 'pretty people dealing with monsters' show, but there are some interesting supporting characters. The first couple of seasons had a definite 'supporting female characters are disposable' thing going on, but they've backed off on that.

I really enjoy the world-building, even though the setting relies on a strong 'masquerade' element. Midway through the 'giant' 5th season there are still some mysteries from the first season which haven't really been explored (we need more on Agent Howard for example).

It looks as though the series may be coming to a resolution, and if they are I'm pretty sure they'll come up with something satisfying without being too over the top maudlin. I'm pretty happy with this one.