Haven: The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray Detailed
Posted July 22, 2014 12:38 PM by Webmaster
Entertainment One has detailed the Blu-ray release of Haven: The Complete Fourth Season. Based on Stephen King's novel "The Colorado Kid," the American/Canadian supernatural series is set in the small, fictional town of Haven, Maine where strange happenings are a regular occurrence. The Complete Fourth Season streets on August 26th.
Synopsis: Haven follows former FBI agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose), who became a cop in the small town of Haven, Maine, and quickly found herself involved in the return of "the Troubles," a series of supernatural afflictions that have plagued the seaside village for generations. Partnered with local residents Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant) and Duke Crocker (Eric Balfour), Audrey began to realize that Haven's fate was linked to her own, and only she can save the town and the people she loves from the weight of their curses.
Season Four of Haven opens six months after the gripping third season finale, when Duke, who had jumped into the imploding barn to save Audrey, suddenly appears out of thin air in Boston. Assisted by Jennifer Mason (Emma Lahana), a woman with her own mysterious connection to Haven, Duke finds that Nathan has fled the town, Audrey is still missing, and the Troubles are worse than ever.
The Blu-ray release of Haven: The Complete Fourth Season is presented in 1080p with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround. Special features include:
Thirteen "Inside Haven" Featurettes
Panel Highlights from San Diego Comic-Con, Nerd HQ
and New York Comic Con
This is a decent series that I've been following since day 1. I do have to admit that I'm ready for the story to wrap up soon though. I hope they don't drag it out too much longer. Season 4 in particular seemed to be aiming the series toward the finish line. Hoping for a strong ending.
I agree. I just started season 3, but I think I'll appreciate this series a whole lot more if they don't drag it out. It needs somewhere to go, an epic conclusion, and needs to get there while people still care. Something better than a "You've been cancelled, you've got 1 or 2 episodes to abruptly wrap everything up" in a manner that doesn't fit the show or do justice to the commitment of the fans.
For those wondering: the series has been renewed for a 26-episode fifth season (thanks, five-season Canadian tax subsidies) that will presumably air in two 13-episode blocks. I've read that the showrunners are treating these as the final episodes.
I do like this show alot, but it's straying so far from its roots and becoming so jumbled that it's less interesting than the first few seasons. I hope the final season will clear things up and give the show an ending it deserves.
It was a good series until Audrey and Nathan started having feelings for each other. Can't they ever do these shows without the main male and female characters getting romantically involved? It what killed Eureka for me.