3,304 votes


Syfy 2010

FBI agent Audrey Parker arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine to solve a murder and soon discovers the town's many secrets—which also hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her lost past.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Haven

Haven - S3E13

#1 - Thanks for the Memories (Season 3 - Episode 13)

As Audrey grapples with her fate; at the same time she, Nathan and Duke prepare for a showdown with the Bolt Gun Killer.

The episode was rated 8.44 from 428 votes.

Haven - S2E12

#2 - Sins of the Fathers (Season 2 - Episode 12)

Haven's dead rise from their graves to reveal the town's secrets... and those of Audrey, Nathan, and Duke.

The episode was rated 8.35 from 367 votes.

Haven - S3E9

#3 - Sarah (Season 3 - Episode 9)

A Troubled war veteran sends Duke and Nathan back to 1955. Meanwhile, in the present Audrey tries to deal with an altered timeline where Driscoll's men have taken over the town.

The episode was rated 8.30 from 423 votes.

Haven - S4E5

#4 - The New Girl (Season 4 - Episode 5)

Lexie, the new girl in town, joins Nathan on a hunt for a deadly trouble that changes its victims' personalities.

The episode was rated 8.30 from 581 votes.

Haven - S2E11

#5 - Business as Usual (Season 2 - Episode 11)

With Nathan's help, Audrey finally locates Lucy Ripley and goes to confront her. Meanwhile, Duke and Dwight join forces to discover what Duke's father Simon left for his son.

The episode was rated 8.30 from 374 votes.

Haven - S4E10

#6 - The Trouble With Troubles (Season 4 - Episode 10)

Audrey finds herself in a different Haven where troubles don't exist.

The episode was rated 8.23 from 581 votes.

Haven - S3E7

#7 - Magic Hour (1) (Season 3 - Episode 7)

While Audrey and Duke track down the Colorado Kid's parents, Nathan and Tommy investigate Troubled incidents involving the resurrection of dead for payment.

The episode was rated 8.23 from 395 votes.

Haven - S3E8

#8 - Magic Hour (2) (Season 3 - Episode 8)

Audrey and Duke return from Colorado. Audrey, Duke and Tommy try to find the woman with the resurrection touch. Meanwhile, the Teagues realizes that the Bolt Gun Killer has tricked them and track the murderer to his real target.

The episode was rated 8.22 from 416 votes.

Haven - S4E8

#9 - Crush (Season 4 - Episode 8)

A deadly sea trouble threatens to crush the town.

The episode was rated 8.21 from 565 votes.

Haven - S1E13

#10 - Spiral (Season 1 - Episode 13)

As the mysterious cracks spread throughout Haven at an increasing rate, a mysterious criminal returns to Haven and Audrey discovers the secrets of her past and her mother's.

The episode was rated 8.20 from 398 votes.

Haven - S4E7
#11 - Lay Me Down
Season 4 - Episode 7

Nathan and Lexie hunt a trouble that attacks Haven's citizens in their nightmares; Duke deals with the nightmare his brother has become.

The episode was rated from 564 votes.
Haven - S2E1
#12 - A Tale of Two Audreys
Season 2 - Episode 1

The Biblical Plagues of Egypt strike Haven, while Audrey deals with a woman who claims that she is Audrey Parker and Nathan copes with the death of his father. Meanwhile, Reverend Driscoll begins his plan to take control of Haven and eliminate the Troubled.

The episode was rated from 418 votes.
Haven - S2E6
#13 - Audrey Parker's Day Off
Season 2 - Episode 6

Audrey finds herself trapped by time when a repeating cycle of events involving a runaway car lead to the deaths of her loved ones.

The episode was rated from 394 votes.
Haven - S4E4
#14 - Lost and Found
Season 4 - Episode 4

Nathan and Dwight investigate missing children linked to an ancient legend, while Duke tries to find Audrey by focusing Jennifer's trouble.

The episode was rated from 587 votes.
Haven - S4E13
#15 - The Lighthouse
Season 4 - Episode 13

Audrey fights to remain herself as she tracks down William to sever their ethereal connection

The episode was rated from 587 votes.
Haven - S3E11
#16 - Last Goodbyes
Season 3 - Episode 11

When Haven falls into a deep sleep, Audrey must work with the only other person awake in town. Meanwhile, more questions arise about the Bolt Gun Killer.

The episode was rated from 374 votes.
Haven - S4E12
#17 - When the Bough Breaks
Season 4 - Episode 12

William is determined to convince Audrey of the truth behind her origins; a seemingly unstoppable curse is unleashed.

The episode was rated from 573 votes.
Haven - S4E6
#18 - Countdown
Season 4 - Episode 6

Nathan, Duke, and Lexie find themselves in a race against time to find the troubled person responsible for turning people hard as stone.

The episode was rated from 584 votes.
Haven - S2E10
#19 - Who, What, Where, Wendigo?
Season 2 - Episode 10

Audrey and Nathan take a search party into the woods to find a missing boy whose disappearance may be connected to the Troubles, and receive some unwanted help from Driscoll.

The episode was rated from 374 votes.
Haven - S3E6
#20 - Real Estate
Season 3 - Episode 6

On Halloween night, Audrey, Nathan and Duke become trapped inside a haunted house.

The episode was rated from 401 votes.

Last updated: nov 20, 2022



If a grocery store sells paperback books, they most often carry many titles churned out by the author Stephen King. Usually, they’re top-sellers and are prominently displayed. There are new titles so often that is seems there may be a sweatshop in some country where children are ordered to write scary stories really really fast — then the Stephen King Corporation glances through them to find the best of mediocrity. ‘Haven’ appropriately represents this, and would be perfect for watching on your smartphone while waiting in checkout lines. Crying without tears. Humor without laughter. Plot without substance. Acting without appropriate skills. Haven has it all, even the kitchen sink. $3.00 an episode, or $20 for a season? Anyone willing to pay those prices would be a swampland merchant's dream. Nothing but reruns on regular TV, and, Haven is part of your Netflix or Prime streaming subscription… maybe… It's one of those shows you can miss gaps or episodes of, and it really doesn't matter. There’s so much choice when it comes to good television these days, and while Haven doesn’t come close to representing that —you could do worse.


Six episodes in, and while I'm seeing comments that say it gets better after the first season... It just feels like SyFy is recycling Eureka and Warehouse 13 here. Eureka was alright with the conflict between the townie sheriff and the big tech company. Warehouse 13 didn't have anything holding it together, it was just a bunch of mediocre paranormal stories chained together... and Haven feels the same way. Eric Balfour is good as always, but I don't care for the two leads at all. The problem with the 'Troubles' formula, beside the fact that it's poorly introduced in a quick conversation by the male lead to the female lead, is that the problems are not always resolved or even explained. Most of the time they're involuntarily triggered by someone in times of stress, and they almost always just promise not to ever do it again. They aren't killed, they aren't cured, and they don't leave town. They just, "Oh my bad, I was the one causing the trouble... Won't do that anymore!" and that's that. I think there's definitely a place for this on TV, where you can catch an episode here and there, but for binge watching one after the other, it leaves a lot to be desired. I'm dropping it and giving it a 5/10. The stories are entertaining, but the resolution is poor and some of the explanations don't make sense.


In my opinion the series started out good and sort of stayed interesting up to season 2. From there on I was a steady decline. Towards the middle of season 4 I finally gave up on this show


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