Friday, April 15 – 10pm ET/PT **Season Finale** on Global

A mysterious criminal with surprising ties to Haven returns to town – just as Audrey grapples with a shocking revelation about herself, and as destructive cracks and tremors begin to break out around town.

Friday, April 8 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Audrey and Nathan investigate when a gust of wind seemingly throws a woman into a wall following an argument, and the FBI agent suspects some children may have telekinetic powers.

Friday, April 1 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Audrey joins in a friendly game of poker aboard Duke’s ship, but the two new players soon lock everyone up and try to find a box that Duke is smuggling. Meanwhile, Audrey’s boss arrives in town and demands answers.

Friday, March 25 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Nathan and Audrey investigate a series of murders, but the prime suspect insists that she’s trying to stop the real killer. Meanwhile, in the aftermath of Duke’s revelation, Audrey continues to investigate the Colorado Kid mystery involving her mother.

Friday, March 18 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Audrey’s friends throw her a surprise party at a nearby island hotel but it all goes awry when a shapeshifter stalks the partygoers and nobody knows who can be trusted.

Friday, March 11 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

While investigating the death of man tied to a Haven clinic, Audrey and Nathan stumble upon a local ghost story about a dark spirit that wanders the premises and takes the lives of sick people before their time. What seems like a myth at first becomes all too real when the spirit claims more victims and directs its attention to Audrey.

Jason Priestley (who stars in, directs and produces the international hit dark comedy Call Me Fitz) has signed on to direct one episode of the second season of HAVEN, as well as guest starring in a four-episode story arc.

HAVEN, Syfy’s original supernatural series from leading independent producer Entertainment One (eOne) is co-commissioned by Shaw Media in Canada and globally via Universal Networks International (UNI).

HAVEN will commence production on 13 episodes for season two in Nova Scotia on April 1, 2011 with an eye towards a Summer 2011 premiere.

Priestley will play “Chris Weekly,” a handsome but anti-social marine biologist who must deal with an affliction most would consider a blessing. He joins Emily Rose, who plays “Audrey Parker,” a former FBI agent with a knack for investigating the supernatural; Lucas Bryant, who plays “Nathan Wournos,” a handsome local cop with his own supernatural affliction; and Eric Balfour, who plays “Duke Crocker,” a local smuggler and reluctant aide in solving Haven’s troubles. HAVEN is based on “The Colorado Kid” from renowned author Stephen King. 

The creative team behind the second season of HAVEN includes Executive Producers John Morayniss (Hung, Hell on Wheels) and Noreen Halpern (Hung, Rookie Blue) from eOne who are joined by Lloyd Segan, Shawn Piller, Scott Shepherd (Stephen King’s The Dead Zone) and Matt McGuiness (Journeyman) as well as Sam Ernst & Jim Dunn (Stephen King’s The Dead Zone) who also developed the series.

Friday, March 4 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Audrey and Nathan are pulled into a new case when a Haven man is found mysteriously bent, broken and crumpled. When other unexplainable incidents begin to happen, it seems that someone is physically hurting people from afar – and Audrey, Nathan and Duke fear that they could be confronting their most dangerous “troubled” person yet.

Friday, February 25 – 10pm ET/PT *New Time* on Global

A series of fatal animal attacks lead Emily and Nathan to investigate a local woman who supports animal rights. They soon discover that while she may not be troubled, the person responsible for the attacks is, and Chief Wournos is the next target.

Friday, February 18 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

When extremely old men mysteriously turn up dead in town – and appear to be aging and decomposing at an extraordinary rate – Audrey and Nathan begin to track down whatever must be preying upon the men of Haven. And when someone close to Audrey becomes the next victim, she must figure out how to reverse the process before it’s too late.