5 out of 5 stars
Weird doesn’t even begin to describe Haven. Which is why I loved it so much. Everytime I think that I have a handle on what’s happening and can predict what’s going to happen next, the storyline throws another spanner in the works. There’s few shows that are unpredictable and out there, so watching one that fits this bill is refreshing and entertaining.
One of the biggest reasons for this unpredictability in the script is the incredibly intricate plot line. I love SciFis because they tend to have storyline plans in place seasons before they actually come to fruit. It also means that no matter how many times I watch an episode, every time there is a new minor detail that comes to light and explains a new aspect of the characters.
Nothing is as it seems in Haven – probably why I was so quickly hooked. This removal of stereotypes and expectations, combined with a fascinating and strong heroine creates a great and consuming TV show that I can’t wait to watch more of.
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