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'Haven': Troubles and more drama in season 5

"Haven" is one of the best shows on Syfy and after a long wait, a teaser video for season 5 has been released. Unfortunately, it looks like things are just going to get worse. On Aug. 13, Zap2It posted the clip along with some information on what to expect in "Haven" season 5.

Eric Balfour, Emily Rose and Lucas Bryant star in "Haven"
Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

For fans that were hoping Audrey would be back, it doesn't look like that is the case. At least from what the "Haven" season 5 trailer shows. Instead, Emily Rose is playing Mara, which means the season is going to start off badly for everyone.

In the first episode of the new season, titled "See No Evil," a new Trouble is in town. This is the last thing that is needed because Nathan and Duke have other things to deal with. Eric Balfour's character, Duke, is just trying to survive and not explode with all of the Troubles that are inside of him.

Nathan, played by Lucas Bryant, will try to find Audrey inside Mara. In the clip, he tells Mara that he knows Audrey is in there somewhere, but she insists that Audrey is gone forever. In the shocking last second, Mara points a gun at Nathan and it looks like she pulls the trigger.

Other things noticed from the trailer is a Trouble that has caused a man's eyes and lips to be sewn shut. The lighthouse also explodes and pieces of it are flying out in every direction. It looks like things are going to not get better, but worse for the characters.

Syfy announced on its website that there will be a new resident in town. Laura Mennell will be playing Dr. Erin Reid, a beautiful and brilliant epidemiologist from from the CDC. The character is worried that the town is on the verge of a fatal viral outbreak.

The website also states that she will be a recurring character and is a force to be reckoned with. Dwight (Adam Copeland) will do everything he can to try to keep the scientist from discovering the Troubles. However, she discovers a genetic marker only present in Troubled people, the residents realize that there might be a cure for the Troubles.

Back in January, it was reported that instead of 13 episodes, fans can look forward to 26 episodes in season 5. Like many other shows, they are going to be split in half. The first 13 episodes will air this year while the remaining will be seen in 2015.

Are you looking forward to "Haven" season 5? The season premiere is scheduled to air on Syfy on Sept. 11.