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Dutch and John are in a race against time, and a competing Killjoy, to save D'avin's life and clear their names.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Killjoys from 2461 votes.
Dutch and John look for a missing migrant worker on Leith.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1687 votes.
A hostage exchange with a vengeful warlord turns deadly when the Killjoys find themselves stranded in ‘Sugar Point’ – a restricted, bombed-out city on Westerley overrun with dangerous gangs and scavengers.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1846 votes.
The Killjoys protect a group of Surrogates under siege in a badlands fortress.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1622 votes.
As part of their secret investigation of The RAC, the Killjoys accept a ghost warrant to rescue three missing Killjoys lost in the heart of the Badlands. The mission leads them deep underground into an abandoned mine, where the bounty hunters become the hunted.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1847 votes.
Top Killjoys are pitted against each other in a race to find a rogue Killjoy; Khlyen uses Dutch.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1530 votes.
With D'avin back on the team, the Killjoys return to the ruins of Old Town to hunt eight escaped convicts but soon discover their most dangerous nemesis is the company fixer who issued the warrant.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1947 votes.
When something takes control of a ship, the Killjoys must confront their own dark secrets.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1576 votes.
A simple escort mission takes a frightening turn when the Killjoys discover students have mysteriously disappeared from a school for gifted Westerley children.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1804 votes.
Clues from Khlyen's Red 17 transmission lead Dutch, D'avin, and Alvis to an old research facility on Arkyn while Johnny and Pawter try to rally outside support in the impending war for Westerley.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Killjoys from 1661 votes.
Last updated: may 01, 2021
Gets better after the pilot but best thing about the show so far: the soundtrack.
I miss the day of firefly. ..This was very nicely done , love the chemistry .great show
This series is great for the typical sci-fi watcher, and is a sort of campy, yet a little darker, feel. If you like Stargate series with a dash of SGU, then this show is for you. The pilot and first part of season 1 start off slow, with character building and just getting an overall feel for the setting. This is what happens with all new series. Luckily, they ease you in to a very good mystery by the end of season 1 and should continue to make for a great series.
While I'm glad that Aaron Ashmore was able to land a role so soon after Warehouse 13, this series feels too self-contained and yet overtly complicated. I don't see it moving past the first season.
Killjoys Season 3 **completely transformed the show** - and for the better - more so than I've seen with any other show! It evolved from funny, lighthearted in Seasons 1-2 to an **epic space opera centered around a Battlestar Galactica-esque intergalactic war of the races**. Instead of standalone, unconnected bounty hunter missions, now each episode furthers an **overarching plot***, in addition to **multiple parallel threads** for each of a now more balanced set of protagonists, and even the villains inspire some empathy, with their own stories being shown from their perspective in parallel. Both protagonists and antagonists - of which there are now quite a few - are more three-dimensional, with flaws, backstories, failures and even deaths - adding a sense of tragedy to what has now evolved into a very compelling Sci-Fi Drama. ___________ Now, instead of eye-rolling cheesy humor and cliches, now you experience increasingly tense, dramatic, unexpected and sometimes tear-invoking turns of events. It goes from just 1 plot thread involving 3 protagonists always working together to a slew of main character and multiple antagonists affiliated with different groups with sometimes conflicting or intersecting interests. The characters have become more compelling and three-dimensional, with each pursuing varying objectives in parallel plot threads . Backstories are developed and flaws and failures are finally shown. Dutch takes a bit of a backseat as John - and especially D'Avin - evolve to become self-reliant, overcoming challenges alone, each with their own mission. I especially appreciate how D'Avin has gone from weak, beta, follower and supporting character - all brawn and little brain - to an alpha leader and star in his own right. The missions are now self-determined - instead of just starting off each episode with one given to them as group at the start of the episode. As the other protagonists can no longer just rely on Dutch - who has finally started to show weaknesses - to save the day, you finally experience fear and empathy with the characters and buy-in to their plights, and they evolve from supporting characters to their own leading roles. As has become more popular since Game of Thrones, the show is no longer afraid to go so far as to kill of main characters - becoming more realistic, with an sense of danger, and adding tragedy into the mix.
I really enjoyed the firs three seasons, but fourth got more into fantasy than Sci-Fi. Somehow managed to watch the 5th season, but it was even worse. Sad how good series get ruined when they try to create something when out of ideas. Should've ended the series with the 4th season :/
Renewed for seasons 4 & 5!!! Well deserved by all involved with Killjoys. It's consistently funny, the one liners are fired from all directions, it's hard to keep up. And what a finale for Season 3! Epic! I can't wait to see what the next 2 seasons bring!
This show warmed my cold, dead sci-fi heart. Really great world building (although it's a smorgasbord of cultural appropriation), a woc lead with agency, wonderful relationships between the main trio and an entertaining and complex supporting cast. It's a really cool show.
I enjoyed this. The characters were winsome. The worlds were credible. The actors did well within the genre (Hannah John-Kamen did a marvellous job setting the anchor for the show). I have a soft spot for this made in Canada production and I will miss it. Although I would rate the series a 7 (good) out of 10, it has my affection like a 9. [SciFi Action Adventure]
That was a good show. I'll miss the universe it's built upon, so many possibilities, the characters, the stories, ranging from cheesy to epic. as far as Canadian Sci-Fi/Fantasy shows go, this was way better then most.
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Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
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