Do you ever find yourself listening to your family, friends or coworkers talking about TV shows and wishing you had something to contribute?
(If you don’t, I can only conclude you are a) anti-social, b) Amish, or c) living as a hermit off the grid. Well, mostly off the grid, as clearly you have Internet access.)
Or perhaps you live with people of diverse tastes and interests, and you either don’t know of a show to suggest for group watching or your suggestions are routinely voted down.
Well, I’m here to help. There’s a little show on SyFy called “Haven,” and it is enough to satisfy practically any audience.
Have a friend or younger sibling who likes horror, but can’t always stick it out through a feature-length scary movie?
Have a roommate who likes psychological thrillers that make his or her brain wrinkle?
Have a girlfriend who adores angsty love stories?
Have a guy friend whose Entire Life is the WWE?
Your cousin insists on only watching things where she/he can play ‘Six Degrees of Joss Whedon’?
You know you might run into your snippy ex, who talks about Stephen King’s On Writing?
The end of the third season hit a veritable reset button for the series, with Emily Rose’s time-traveling enigma, Audrey Parker, disappearing in a mysterious barn. Between the finale and the Sept. 13 season four premiere, the remaining key players went their separate ways, and it took four episodes to return the key figures to the weird, tiny town of Haven, Maine.
With Rose’s Audrey returned to town, along with Lucas Bryant’s erstwhile sheriff Nathan Wournos, and Eric Balfour’s reformed rogue Duke Crocker, the remaining players in Haven’s bizarre story must now decided whether the death of one of their own will end the “troubles” or familial curses that maim, kill and cause massive property damage.
But as one of the best shows you’re probably not watching, there’s plenty of time to catch up on the start of the current season (or even the first three seasons) to decide who should die to save Haven.