‘Haven’ Renewed for Season 5

By April Lara | 2 years ago
‘Haven’ Renewed for Season 5

Syfy has renewed “Haven” for Season 5, which will now consist of 26 episodes. Read on for the full details about the show’s renewal, as well as some juicy spoilers on the upcoming season.

“Haven” has been renewed for Season 5, which will be composed of 26 episodes. According to TV Line, the first 13 episodes of the fifth season of “Haven” will air on Sept. 11, 2014, while the remaining 13 episodes are set to air in 2015. It will pick up right after what happened in Season 4 finale, where Duke, Nathan and Audrey finally got rid of William from their lives who have been causing so much trouble in “Haven.” The taste of victory seems like a good thing to start the fifth season, but that joyous feeling would not be sticking around for long.


In Season 5 pilot episode “See No Evil,” they will soon realize that their victory is slipping away when they got into another obstacle. Duke will fight for his life while Nathan tries to save Audrey, who may be gone forever. There will also be a new trouble in town that will make Haven silent.

We will also see Laura Mennell who will play Dr. Charlotte Cross, a CDC epidemiologist who thinks that there is going to be an outbreak in Haven. She bagged a recurring role, so we are going to see her throughout this season.

Production for the fifth season will start in spring at Halifax, Nova Scotia.

“Haven” was one of Syfy’s highest rated TV shows over the years, and there is no wonder why the show has been renewed for another season. Its fourth season has managed to gain high ratings among adults 18-34. So far, the show is a huge success, and it looks like they will not be saying goodbye anytime soon.

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