It stars Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, Nicholas Campbell and Eric Balfour, whose characters struggle to help townspeople with supernatural afflictions and protect the town from the effects of those afflictions.
Syfy has cancelled “Haven,” pulling the plug on the supernatural drama ahead of the premiere of the second half of its fifth season, Variety has confirmed.
The series, which stars Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, Nicholas Campbell and Eric Balfour and was developed by Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn, is based on the Stephen King novel “The Colorado Kid.” A mid-tier sci-fi show for the NBCUniversal Cable-owned channel, it performed solidly for the first couple seasons but never quite caught as much buzz as other programming.
Haven is an American-Canadian supernatural drama television series loosely based on the Stephen King novel The Colorado Kid (2005).
The show, which deals with strange events in a fictional town in Maine named Haven, is filmed on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, and is an American/Canadian co-production.
With an openness to the possibility of the paranormal, she also finds a more personal link in Haven that may lead her to the mother she has never known.
Over time, Parker, who has quit the FBI to join the Haven Police Department, begins to realize that her arrival in Haven may have been pre-arranged and that her name and even her memories may not be her own.
As the series progresses, she learns more about the mysteries of both Haven and her true identity.
She and her partner, police detective Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant), find themselves frequently facing problems caused by both the effects of the Troubles, as well as the activities of town folk who take more drastic measures against those who are Troubled.
In September 2009, E1 Entertainment announced it was working with Stephen King to develop a television series based on his novel The Colorado Kid (2005).
The entertainment company ordered the concept straight to series, with thirteen episodes planned.
the series itself is based upon King's novella The Colorado Kid (2005).