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In this thriller series, an FBI heads to a small town in Maine on what she thinks is a mundane assignment. But she's caught off guard by the strange happenings and odd residents of the town. She'd probably have been more prepared if she'd known the series was based on a Stephen King novella.

Haven is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (79 episodes). The series first aired on July 9, 2010.

Where do I stream Haven online? Haven is available for streaming on Syfy, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Haven on demand at Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV, Tubi TV online.

Friday 10:00 PM et/pt on Syfy
5 Seasons, 79 Episodes
July 9, 2010
Action & Adventure Drama Science Fiction
Cast: Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, Nicholas Campbell, Eric Balfour, Richard Donat
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Haven Full Episode Guide

  • In the series finale, questions are answered and the story of Haven wraps up.

  • In the penultimate episode of the series, hope of ending the troubles dwindles as the heroes struggle to rebuild the Barn despite mounting obstacles.

  • Nathan and Dwight race to rescue Audrey from Croatoan, but the consequences of Duke's dark destiny complicate matters.

  • Audrey and Nathan try to regain control of the police station while a mysterious killer leaves a wake of bodies.

  • Audrey and Duke are desperate to save Nathan from the Void; at the same time, Dave must plumb the depths of his own mind in an attempt to free himself from Croatoan's deadly grasp.

  • Nathan encounters a previous rival after entering the terrible Void; Audrey and Duke deal with the threat of a vengeful person.

  • Nathan and Vince travel back to the year 1983 in order to discover Croatoan's origins in Haven. Meanwhile, Duke finds himself in a dangerous situation.

  • Nathan receives otherworldly aid as he hunts a terrifying killer.

  • Charlotte and Audrey try to come up with a new plan; Dwight and Nathan try to get to the bottom of a threat; the Teagues try to identify the serial killer.

  • Dwight and Charlotte must find a way to free Audrey from the Sandman's stasis before he traps her in his mind forever; at the same time, Duke tries to help Darkside Seeker Seth Byrne recover his memories of Haven.

  • The citizens of Haven put Nathan on trial for his life, and it's up to Dwight and Charlotte to save him.

  • As conditions grow increasingly desperate in Haven, Dwight struggles to maintain control over a terrified population.

  • Conditions in Haven seem hopeless, which lead to a terrified population that's difficult for Dwight to establish control over; at the same time, Nathan assembles a task force to restore power to the town; and Audrey tries to put an end to the trouble permanently.

  • As Mara'a endgame becomes clear, Nathan and Audrey concoct a plan to stop her once and for all.

  • Charlotte makes progress towards developing a cure for the troubles, but it might be too late as Duke's condition takes a turn for the worse. Meanwhile, realizing their objectives may no longer line up, Haven's heroes must reassess where their true loyalties lie.

  • While Audrey's condition worsens, a new Trouble strikes Haven. Meanwhile, Duke's internal Troubles are ready to burst and only Mara can help him... but will she?

  • Dr. Cross has the power to expose Haven's secrets to the outside world but what are her intentions?

  • When Audrey and other residents suddenly fall ill to a mysterious sickness, the truth about the Troubles could be exposed to the outside world.

  • Trapped in intangible form, Nathan is desperate to restore his body with Duke and Audrey's assistance.

  • Nathan and numerous other Haven residents vanish, and Audrey and Duke are unaware that their friend has been transformed into a ghost. Meanwhile, the Guard still believes that Audrey is Mara and intends to kill her.

  • Duke's body could explode from the Troubles within, and Nathan struggles to focus enough to release him. To save him and Duke, they have to reunite the brothers and have them undo their body-switching Trouble.

  • While Vince and Dave travel to North Carolina to investigate Dave's past, a body switching Trouble descends upon Haven.

  • Dwight and Nathan go toe-to-toe trying to figure out what to do about Mara and potentially end the Troubles forever.

  • Nathan is desperate to retrieve Audrey, leaving Duke and Dwight to deal with a Trouble that could obliterate Haven.

  • With Nathan and Duke struggling with the loss of people close to them, Dwight is determined to keep Haven together as Mara unleashes a new wave of Troubles.

  • In the fifth season premiere, Mara seems to be in control and Audrey is still missing. Trouble surfaces once again.

  • WWE Star Adam Copland talks about Haven and his character

  • William moves forward with his plan to turn Audrey back into her original self. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang learns an important lesson.

  • To persuade Audrey of the truth behind her origins, William unleashes a horrible new curse.

  • The Seekers follow a monster to Haven; their presence could expose the town's Troubles to the entire world.

  • Audrey encounters a different Haven where Troubles don't exist.

  • Audrey discovers that the peculiar thugs from the Barn have followed Lexie to Haven holding William as a hostage. She and William must get to the bottom of things before the town tears itself apart.

  • Things get tense when a deadly deep sea Trouble threatens to crush the entire town.

  • Nathan and Lexie search for a Trouble that torments Haven's citizens in their nightmares. Meanwhile, Duke deals with the very real nightmare his brother has become.

  • Haven residents witness mysterious countdowns on their phones and later suffer rigor mortis. Duke helps Nathan with the investigation while trying to keep him at bay from Lexie before he can realize she's really Audrey. Meanwhile, Jordan pursues her own method of ending the Troubles.

  • Lexie begins her life in Haven by joining Nathan on the hunt for a deadly Trouble that seems to alter its victims' personalities.

  • While Nathan and Dwight investigate a series of mysterious child abductions, Duke helps Jennifer focus in an effort to locate Audrey. Meanwhile, in the Bar, William tells Audrey how she can escape before the place between realities implodes.

  • A Trouble is draining the blood of victims, putting Nathan in danger, while Duke tries to convince his brother to leave Haven.

  • Nathan and Duke's search for Audrey continues, but is further complicated by a Trouble who's sacrificing the residents of Haven in broad daylight.

  • The fourth season opens six months after the barn disappears. Duke unexpectedly appears in Boston and encounters a troubled woman who can hear voices from the Barn, who makes a startling revelation.

Haven News

Interview: Former WWE Superstar Adam 'Edge' Copeland Retires To 'Haven'

This hasn't been the way typical retirements begin, but then again Adam Copeland is no typical retiree. He could've retreated home the moment that his body broke him the bad news that the hourglass had run out on his days as Edge, maybe the most charismatic, maniacal and manipulative villain who has ever graced a WWE ring. Instead, he's headed back to the small screen, with a four-episode arc in the popular Syfy series "Haven." Read our candid interview with WWE superstar (and now "Haven" guest star) Edge.

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