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SyFy Haven "Lost And Found" Previews & Promos


Below you can check out a batch of previews and promos for the latest episode of Haven, which airs on SyFy.

Tomorrow night, Nathan & Dwight investigate child disappearances that may be linked to an ancient legend. Catch that preview as well as a sneak peek. Then, catch some extras from last week’s episode: a behind-the-scenes look at the sewer’s construction, aninterview clip with Emily Rose, and a compilation of Stephen King references.


Haven—Airs Fridays at 10/9c. 

Lost and Found – Preview

SUMMARY: Nathan and Dwight investigate child disappearances linked to an ancient legend, while Duke tries to focus Jennifer's trouble in hopes of finding Audrey.

Lost and Found – Sneak Peek

SUMMARY: Catch a sneak peek of tomorrow night’s ‘Lost and Found,’ when Nathan and Dwight investigate child disappearances.

Inside Haven 403 – Behind the Scenes

SUMMARY: Take a behind-the-scenes look at the construction of the sewer set from last week’s episode of Haven

The Cast Talks 403: Lexie – Interview

SUMMARY: Emily Rose explains the background of her new character, Lexie.

Stephen King References: ‘Bad Blood’ – Clip

SUMMARY: Check out the Stephen King references from Haven 403, ‘Bad Blood.’


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