he fourth season of the American television series Haven premiered on September 13, 2013 and will consist a total of 13 episodes. The show stars Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant and Eric Balfour.
John Dunsworth Dave Teagues
Adam Copeland Dwight Hendrickson
Glen Lefchak Stan the Cop
Christopher Shore Dr. Lucassi
Lucas Bryant Nathan Wournos
John Dunsworth David Teagues
Emma Lahana Jennifer Mason
Duke is ejected from the barn and rescued by a young woman; Audrey is missing and the Troubles are worse than ever.
As charred bodies are uncovered around Haven, Duke must refocus Nathan to solve the case at hand.
Nathan and Dwight race to search for the trouble behind a series of exsanguinated corpses; Duke must convince his half-brother to leave Haven before he learns the truth of the Crocker family trouble.
Nathan and Dwight investigate missing children linked to an ancient legend, while Duke tries to find Audrey by focusing Jennifer's trouble.
Lexie, the new girl in town, joins Nathan on a hunt for a deadly trouble that changes its victims' personalities.
Nathan, Duke, and Lexie find themselves in a race against time to find the troubled person responsible for turning people hard as stone.
Nathan and Lexie hunt a trouble that attacks Haven's citizens in their nightmares; Duke deals with the nightmare his brother has become.
A deadly sea trouble threatens to crush the town.
Audrey believes the thugs from the barn are holding William as a hostage.
Audrey finds herself in a different Haven where troubles don't exist.
The Seekers follow a monster to Haven; their presence threatens to reveal the town's troubles to the entire world.
William is determined to convince Audrey of the truth behind her origins; a seemingly unstoppable curse is unleashed.
Audrey fights to remain herself as she tracks down William to sever their ethereal connection