From a media release:
SHOWCASE’S HIT SERIES HAVEN BEGINS PRODUCTION ON SEASON 4 IN HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
- Colin Ferguson (Eureka) joins cast
Startling new mysteries and secrets are in the works as Showcase’s hit series Haven goes into production today, May 8, on an all-new 13 episode Season 4 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
When Haven premieres this October, Colin Ferguson (Eureka) stars as William, a handsome mysterious stranger, whose secret agenda leads him to Audrey (Emily Rose).
Season 4 of Haven picks up six months after the devastating events of the Season 3 cliffhanger in which the town was pummeled by a violent meteor storm. Audrey and Duke (Eric Balfour) vanished into thin air leaving an injured Nathan (Lucas Bryant) marooned in Haven.
Ferguson recently starred as the lovable Sherriff Jack Carter on the long-running hit series Eureka. Ferguson was also a producer on the series and directed several episodes. Ferguson’s many feature film credits include Because I Said So, Rowing Through and The Opposite of Sex. He has also starred in a number of movies for television and was a regular on the NBC remake of the hit British comedy series Coupling and the sitcom Then Came You. His many guest-starring roles include CSI, Malcolm in the Middle, Crossing Jordan and Becker.
Haven, based on the novella, The Colorado Kid, from renowned author Stephen King, follows former FBI agent Audrey Parker, who becomes a cop in the small town of Haven, Maine, and soon discovers the town’s many secrets – which also hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her lost past.
Haven, Showcase – “Reunion”
A former Haven High student turns up dead, prompting Audrey to accompany Nathan and Duke to their reunion when they realize that the corpses piling up are the seventeen-year-old versions of the attending alumni.
“Thanks for the Memories” – season finale
With all of the mysteries Audrey has been investigating — the Colorado Kid, the Bolt Gun Killer, The Guard, her own past in Haven — converging at the same place and time, Audrey must face hard truths and make a terrible decision that will determine the fate of Haven.
Marketplace, CBC – “When the Repairman Knocks: Air Ducts”
Marketplace wires up a house with hidden cameras to test air duct cleaners.
The Fifth Estate, CBC – “The Last Race”
Troubling new revelations about the high speed crash that killed Canadian World Cup ski cross star Nic Zoricic and the dangers faced by top athletes who push the limit on risky and extreme competitive courses.
Transporter, HBO Canada – “Harvest”
While transporting a package, Frank notices the police are on his trail. Ignoring his rules, he opens the package and finds a stolen heart in a cooler, meant for transplantation in a hospital. Frank faces a dilemma when he figures out that his client, Sujic Drago (Mike Dopud), one of the most powerful crime lords in southern France, stole the heart to save his own son, who suffers from a congenital heart defect, and when Inspector Tarconi informs him that another dying boy is waiting at the hospital for the heart. Should he honor his commitment and deliver the package or return it to its initial beneficiary?
See all television Canadian Screen Award nominations here. Selected nominations:
Best animated TV show:
Almost Naked Animals
Rated A for Awesome
Kenny Hotz: Triumph of the Will
Less Than Kind
Michael: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Best dramatic miniseries:
Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story
Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town
Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story 2
Best international drama:
The Crimson Petal and the White
Best music, variety or sketch comedy:
2012 MuchMusic Video Awards
Battle of the Blades
The JUNO Awards 2012
Rick Mercer Report
Best Children’s or Youth Fiction Program or Series:
The Haunting Hour
That’s So Weird
What’s Up Warthogs
Best Reality/Competition Program or Series:
Canada’s Greatest Know-It-All
Canada’s Handyman Challenge
The Real Housewives of Vancouver
Best Writing in a Comedy Program or Series:
Less Than Kind, “Reparations and Renewal” – Jenn Engels
Less Than Kind, “March Fourth” – Mark McKinney, Garry Campbell
Less Than Kind, “Play it Again, Sam” – Mark McKinney
Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, “Two Girls, One Tongue” – Charles Picco
Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays, “Bridges” – Matt Watts
Best Writing in a Dramatic Series:
Lost Girl, “Into the Dark” – Emily Andras
Continuum, “A Stitch in Time” – Simon Barry
Flashpoint, “Day Game” – Aubrey Nealon
Rookie Blue, “A Good Shoot” – Greg Nelson
Being Erica, “Dr. Erica” – Jana Sinyor, Aaron Martin
Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role:
Almost Heroes – “Terry and Peter vs. Season Finale” – Ryan Belleville
Mr. D, “The Basketball Diaries” – Gerry Dee
This Hour Has 22 Minutes, “X mas Special” – Shaun Majumder
Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays, “Sleeping with People” – Bob Martin
I, Martin Short, Goes Home – Martin Short
Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role:
Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays, “Heights” – Jennifer Irwin
This Hour Has 22 Minutes, “X mas Special” – Cathy Jones
InSecurity, “Agent Ex” – Natalie Lisinska
Less Than Kind, “The Fwomp” – Wendel Meldrum
Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays, “Endings” – Tommie-Amber Pirie
Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role:
Flashpoint, “Day Game” – Enrico Colantoni
The L.A. Complex 2, “Don’t Say Goodbye” – Andra Fuller
Combat Hospital, “Triage” – Elias Koteas
Combat Hospital, “Reason to Believe” – Luke Mably
Blackstone, “Hitchin” – Steven Cree Molison
Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role:
Saving Hope, “Heartsick” – Erica Durance
Being Erica, “Please, Please Tell Me How” – Erin Karpluk
King, “Lori Gilbert” – Amy Price-Francis
Haven, “Audrey Parker’s Day Off” – Emily Rose
Bomb Girls, “Armistice” – Meg Tilly
From a media release:
Haven episodes 312 “Reunion” and 313 “Thanks for the Memories” have been removed from the December schedule. A repeat airing of the Season 2 Christmas episode “Silent Night” will now air on Friday, December 21 at 9 pm ET/6pm PT instead of at 11pm as previously scheduled.
Episode 312 “Reunion” and the Season 3 finale, “Thanks for the Memories” will air back-to-back on Friday, January 18 beginning at 8pm ET.
From a media release:
HAVEN DOUBLES UP WITH A NEW EPISODE AT 9PM FOLLOWED BY THE SEASON 3 FINALE AT 10PM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21 – 9PM ET/PT AND 10PM ET/PT
Season three of Showcase’s supernatural hit series Haven comes to a thrilling conclusion with two back-to-back new episodes on Friday, December 21. Beginning at 9pm ET/PT, viewers can watch the penultimate episode, “Reunion,” featuring a string of murders that bring Nathan (Lucas Bryant; The Vow) and Duke (Eric Balfour; Skyline) back to Haven High School to help Audrey (Emily Rose; ER) search for a troubled killer. In a two-episode story arc, Laura Vandervoort (Smallvillle) guest stars as a woman driven to the brink of madness by love.
Then at 10pm ET/PT, viewers should buckle up for the twists and turns ahead in the shocking finale. With a season that saw new mysteries arise amid revelations about Audrey, her past and Haven itself, Audrey must face hard truths and make a terrible decision as the very existence of Haven hangs in the balance. In the finale episode entitled “Thanks for the Memories,” Audrey, Nathan and Duke square off against the Bolt Gun Killer – and Audrey’s own life-threatening fate.
Haven, based on the novella The Colorado Kid from renowned author Stephen King, follows former FBI agent Audrey Parker, who becomes a cop in the small town of Haven, Maine, and soon discovers the town’s many secrets, which also hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her lost past.
This season of Haven also starred Dorian Missick, Bree Williamson, Kate Kelton, and Adam Copeland in recurring roles.
Haven has been renewed for a fourth season slated to air Fall 2013.