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The cable network has ordered a 13-episode fourth season, it was announced Friday by Mark Stern, president of original content at Syfy and co-head original content at Universal Cable Productions. The new season will launch next year.
Haven has averaged 2.4 million total viewers; among adults 18-to-49, it has attracted 942,000. The current third season also has seen the drama’s best adults 25-to-54 average, with 1.2 million.
“We couldn’t be happier to see the story of Audrey Parker and the creepy, quirky town of Haven continue next year. Season three has hit a creative and critical high, and we’re very excited to see where the talented production team takes our colorful cast of characters led by the perfect trifecta of Emily Rose, Eric Balfour and Lucas Bryant in season four,” said Stern.
Canadian broadcaster Showcase also has renewed Haven ahead of its planned Dec. 21 third-season finale in the U.S. and Canada. The series also airs internationally on Universal Networks International.
Based on Stephen King‘s novella The Colorado Kid, the eOne-produced Haven –– filmed in Canada — follows former FBI agent Audrey Parker, who becomes a cop in the small town of Haven, Maine, and discovers the town’s secrets, which hold the key to the mysteries of her past.
Haven is executive produced by John Morayniss, David MacLeod, Lloyd Segan, Shawn Piller, Scott Shepherd and Matt McGuinness.
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