Audrey likes her coffee black. Mara? Not so much.
Behold! Duke’s new haircut makes its season debut.
This gorgeous and cozy cabin was actually built on Haven's sound stages.
The idea for Mara to play Cat’s Cradle was born in a burst of creativity at 4 am.
When the writers dream up a blue stress toy with eyes that bug out when it’s squished, Haven’s terrific Art Department makes it happen.
This scene between Nathan and Mara is a writers’ favorite. Amazing performances from the cast.
This scene is a “Day for Night” VFX shot. Handy during long Spring production days in Nova Scotia where the sun sets very late.
Oh yes she did!...
The crew used VFX (visual effects) to add windows to the exterior of this building.
The writers thought the tickling scene wouldn’t make it past the first draft and are so grateful that it made the cut!
The writers of this episode may or may not be unapologetically on Team Waffles.
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