HOW SYFY SHOW “KILLJOYS” HAS EVOLVED SINCE SEASON 1

If you haven’t seen Killjoys, television program that airs on the SYFY channel, you don’t know what you’re missing.

HOW SYFY SHOW “KILLJOYS” HAS EVOLVED SINCE SEASON 1
If you haven’t seen Killjoys, television program that airs on the Syfy channel, you don’t know what you’re missing. It’s really something that’s quite unique it has a way of drawing you in a little more with each episode. It’s one of those shows that has several different things going on in the background so you have to pay attention or you’ll end up missing some of the more important points of the plot. With this show, the story isn’t always about the main thing you’re seeing on the screen. Much more frequently, it’s about the underlying theme that runs through the entire episode and sometimes, through the series as a whole. You might even say that it serves as a more than adequate metaphor for your daily life. If you’ve ever doubted this, go back and watch some of the earlier episodes and then see how the show has changed over the years. READ MORE


JULIE PUCKRIN TALKS “SHIP OUTTA LUCK”
** This article contains major spoilers for the Killjoys Season 5 episode “Ship Outta Luck” **

Green is the new black? At least that was the case on this week’s episode of Killjoys that saw Team Awesome Force adjust to life in a super max prison. Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), D’av (Luke MacFarlane) and John (Aaron Ashmore) got the depressing news from their new warden (Rachael Ancheril, Rookie Blue) that they were facing long sentences. The team got to work trying to work deals and find a way out, only in the end to remain locked up for another week. Team Awesome Force also got split up by episode’s end as D’av and Dutch headed off to a cell together, leaving John with Newcy, a very very distant image of his beloved Lucy.

Elsewhere, Zeph (Kelly McCormack) got her memories back and quickly restored those of Pree (Thom Allison) and Turin (Patrick Garrow).  READ MORE


REVIEW: KILLJOYS SEASON 5 EPISODE 4 REVIEW: SHIP OUTTA LUCK
[Waning: Spoilers] This Killjoys review contains spoilers.

Dutch and Team Awesome Force recover their memories, and The Lady must deal with disappointment on Killjoys.

“When you remember where you have been, you dream of where you might go.”

Any concern that Killjoys might fall prey to a capture/escape/capture narrative trap quickly dissipates as “Ship Outta Luck” returns Team Awesome Force to full on fight mode, and the season’s strongest episode brings further into focus the conflicting forces jockeying for position. Dutch, Johnny, and Zeph gather their wits and re-enter the fight to stop The Lady from overrunning Westerly, but it’s Khlyen’s role in this undertaking that provides some of the most intriguing possibilities. READ MORE


JULIE PUCKRIN TALKS KILLJOYS “SHIP OUTTA LUCK”
[Waning: Spoilers]

See? I told you tonight’s Killjoys would ease your troubled heart! “Ship Outta Luck” was a very fun homage to cheesy prison movies. This week, I reached out to the episode’s writer, Julie Puckrin, to ask a few questions about bringing the funny and she graciously agreed to an e-mail Q&A.  READ MORE

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