WARNING: Spoilers abound so if you’re not caught up, turn away now.
‘KILLJOYS’ SEASON 5 ENDS THE KICKASS SERIES ON A HIGH NOTE
On June 19, 2015 Killjoys debuted on SYFY and I immediately fell in love with it. Four years later, Killjoys starts its fifth and final season and this kickass little TV show is going out on a high note.
Last we saw Dutch (Hannah-John Kamen), Johnny (Aaron Ashmore), and D’avin (Luke Mcfarlane), they had battled The Lady and destroyed The Green, but then something strange happened. We dissolved into a scene of Dutch and Johnny in bed together looking incredibly cozy and…married? READ MORE
KILLJOYS GETS BACK TO KICKING ASS IN ITS FINAL SEASON
Season five of the cult Space series about pansexual bounty hunters recaptures the chemistry of characters the audience knows better than they know themselves
In a modest studio complex on Toronto’s east side, Killjoys is coming to an end.
The cult Space series, which started out as a hangout show starring Hannah John-Kamen, Luke Macfarlane and Aaron Ashmore as sexy bounty hunters having space adventures, and gradually moved its heroes into an epic battle to save humanity from an alien infestation without ever losing its sense of fun or its great, big pansexual heart. READ MORE
HOW KILLJOYS WENT FROM A SPACE PROCEDURAL TO A SHOW ABOUT LOVE AND FAMILY
It’s a TV show that touches on real, human issues, things like the nature of family and how our memories shape who we are.
It’s a show that promulgates a diverse and LGBTQ-friendly worldview.
It’s also a show that revels in penis jokes.
That balance of comedy and drama has kept Killjoys on the air for going on five seasons, brought it critical acclaim and the love of a devoted fan base. READ MORE
KILLJOYS SEASON 5 EPISODE 1 REVIEW: RUN, YALA, RUN
Killjoys returns and Team Awesome Force finds its members trapped in an alternate world created by The Lady.
Killjoys returns for its fifth and final season, and the Michelle Lovretta penned “Run, Yala, Run” keeps viewers delightfully off balance with a continuation of the narrative paradigm shift introduced in last season’s finale. We know it won’t last, but it’s a lot of fun watching our familiars play out alternate roles in this Westerly world turned upside down as we await their eventual emergence from the psychologically induced alternate reality. Throughout the series’ run we’ve witnessed Dutch and the Jaqobis brothers battle demons from their past lives, and now it’s precisely these experiences, both good and bad, that hold the key to survival in this new world order The Lady seeks to create. READ MORE