Killjoys

Space Fires up Friday Nights with its Most-Watched Original Series KILLJOYS and Canadian Fan-Favourite WYNONNA EARP, July 20

Space Fires up Friday Nights with its Most-Watched Original Series KILLJOYS and Canadian Fan-Favourite WYNONNA EARP, July 20

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An inside look at KILLJOYS Season 3 with the cast and showrunner Michelle Lovretta

An inside look at KILLJOYS Season 3 with the cast and showrunner Michelle Lovretta

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KILLJOYS exclusive artwork revealed in advance of Season 3 premiere Friday June 30.

KILLJOYS exclusive artwork revealed in advance of Season 3 premiere Friday June 30.

In anticipation of the return of Space’s highest-rated original series KILLJOYS, exclusive Season 3 artwork was revealed today. The image features the heroic intergalactic bount...

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Returning Canadian Hits DARK MATTER, WYNONNA EARP and Original Series KILLJOYS Ignite Fridays on Space

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– DARK MATTER Season 3 premieres two back-to-back episodes Friday, June 9 beginning at 8 p.m. ET, followed by the WYNONNA EARP Season 2 premiere at 10 p.m. ET – – Season 3 of ...

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About

At the end of Season 3, the Killjoys are scattered to the far corners of the J galaxy and beyond. Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen, Ant-Man and the Wasp) is on a journey to face her biggest foe yet while D’av (Luke MacFarlane, BROTHERS AND SISTERS) and John (Aaron Ashmore, CARDINAL) are trapped in an elevator in deep space with a pregnant Delle Seyah (Mayko Nguyen, ROOKIE BLUE). They are united by the knowledge of the name of their true enemy: The Lady, an immeasurable manifestation of evil without beginning or end. The Lady is making her play and the trio has something she wants – the Hullen Heir.

Cast & Characters

Synopses

  • S4 - Episode 6

    "Baby, Face Killer"

    Team Awesome force faces off with a relentless, deadly assassin whose arrival is triggered by their examination of the memory Khlyen (Rob Stewart) altered in Dutch's (Hannah John-Kamen) mind. While Pree (Thom Allison) searches for his missing husband on Westerly, Zeph (Kelly McCormack) struggles to save Pip (Atticus Mitchell) from an unexpected medical complication.

  • S4 - Episode 5

    "Greening Pains"

    When Davin's (Luke MacFarlane) newborn son begins to rapidly age, Team Awesome Force kicks into high gear by entering the lawless land of Utopia where they kidnap a highly skilled bio-market dealer in a desperate search for solutions. But, their hopes are crumbled as they rapidly discover that he is not who he appears to be...

  • S4 - Episode 4

    "What to Expect When You're Expecting... A Parasite Alien"

    Delle Seyah's (Mayko Nguyen) impossibly complicated delivery, John (Aaron Ashmore) on the brink of madness, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), staggered after being trapped in another dimensions. Things are not exactly quiet on the good ship Lucy. Nor are they back in the Quad where our Killjoys are learning what comes of turning your back on sleeping Hullen.

  • S4 - Episode 2

    "Johnny Dangerously"

    Lost on a desolate planet an injury to John (Aaron Ashmore) has him connecting with Delle Seyah (Mayko Nugyen) in a way he never imagined, and leaves D'avin (Luke Macfarlane) unsure who to trust as they try to find their way back home to Quadspace. Meanwhile, the search for Team Awesome Force leads Zeph (Kelly McCormack) to the ancient and abandoned Necropolis.

  • S4 - Episode 1

    "The Warrior Princess Bride"

    On the run from the Lady while inside the mysterious greenspace, Khlyen (Rob Stewart) weaves a tale to give a wounded Dutch (Hannah John- Kamen) strength: a look back at one of the most important moments in Dutch and Johnny’s (Aaron Ashmore) lives – their first Warrant and the mission that started it all…

  • S4 - Episode 3

    "Bro-d Trip"

    Chased by a murderous posse, the new John (Aaron Ashmore) tries to manipulate D'avin (Luke Macfarlane) into helping him find a green plasma pool, while the abandoned Delle Seyah (Mayko Nguyen) matches wits with the prison planet's warden and the RAC's rescue team's efforts hit a deadly roadblock when a steadfast ally seemingly turns on them.

  • S3 - Episode 10

    "Wargasm"

    It’s go time. The Killjoy militia has gathered everything they need and are ready to go to war with Aneela (Jordana Blake) and her Hullen using Delle Seyah (Mayko Nguyen) as bait. But as the battle begins, Aneela changes the entire game.

  • S3 - Episode 9

    "Reckoning Ball"

    John (Aaron Ashmore) must confront his nemesis face-to-face when Delle Seyah (Mayko Nguyen) suddenly arrives to set terms of war via parley. As D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) and Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) plan a counterattack, Alvis (Morgan Kelly) tries to ready everyone for war through the ritual of Reckoning.

  • S3 - Episode 8

    "Heist, Heist, Baby"

    As the Killjoys plan a dangerous theft on an armored convoy, Aneela (Jordana Blake) finds herself on a desperate search for something far more valuable that was stolen from her: Delle Seyah (Mayko Nguyen).

  • S3 - Episode 7

    "The Wolf You Feed"

    Desperate for an advantage, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) goes AWOL and risks a dangerous procedure that connects her to Aneela’s (Jordana Blake) memories, finally giving her shocking answers to Aneela’s true origins - and her own.

  • S3 - Episode 6

    "Necropolis Now"

    As John (Aaron Ashmore) faces off with someone from his past, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) faces her own personal hell, trapped in a space elevator with a bunch of pompous Qreshis, who one by one, mysteriously begin to die.

  • S3 - Episode 5

    "Attack The Rack"

    The Killjoy rebels take drastic measures to clean house: a secret ops attack against their own RAC. Thanks to Aneela’s (Jordana Blake) schemes and a mole among them, not everyone will make it out alive.

  • S3 - Episode 4

    "The Lion, The Witch, & The Warlord"

    An ambush sends Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) running to Pree’s (Thom Allison) warlord past for help, as D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) tries to get to the bottom of a Black Warrant that hits unexpectedly close to home.

  • S3 - Episode 3

    "The Hullen Have Eyes"

    The Killjoys trace the last coordinates of a Black Root ship to a radiation scorched planet. The planet is home to an abandoned Hullen training camp, creepy inhabitants, and a surprising connection to their past.

  • S3 - Episode 2

    "A Skinner, Darkly"

    As Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) attempt to train a temporary replacement for Johnny (Aaron Ashmore), John finds his search for Clara (Stephanie Leonidas) is getting under some people’s skin.

  • S3 - Episode 1

    "Boondoggie"

    With the help of an obnoxious black market dealer, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) are on the hunt for a weapon that will draw out the Hullen (Ophilia Davis). Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) receives an SOS from Clara (Stephanie Leonidas), leading him into the underground world of Hackmods.

  • S2 - Episode 10

    "How To Kill Friends and Influence People"

    The Killjoys and an old enemy join forces in a desperate bid to thwart Level Six’s plans for The Quad.

  • S2 - Episode 9

    "Johnny Be Good"

    Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) are at odds when Pawter's (Sarah Power) plans to free Old Town from Jelco's (Pascal Langdale) control results in Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) being seized by an angry mob.

  • S2 - Episode 8

    "Full Metal Monk"

    Clues from Khlyen's (Rob Stewart) Red 17 transmission lead Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), D'avin (Luke Macfarlane) and Alvis (Morgan Kelly) to an old research facility on Arkyn while Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) and Pawter (Sarah Power) try to rally outside support in the impending war for Westerly.

  • S2 - Episode 7

    "Heart-Shaped Box"

    Tensions rise and the entire team is tested when Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) captures and interrogates a lethal Level Six agent, while Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) secretly investigates Jelco's (Pascal Langdale) wall for Pawter (Sarah Power).

  • S2 - Episode 6

    "I Love Lucy"

    Dutch's (Hannah John-Kamen) search for the mysterious green plasma puts the team at the mercy of an eccentric galactic collector.

  • S2 - Episode 5

    "Meet The Parents"

    Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) escorts Pawter (Sarah Power) home for a chilly family reunion while D'avin (Luke Macfarlane) experiences surprising side effects from Khlyen's (Rob Stewart) Red 17 experiments.

  • S2 - Episode 4

    "Schooled"

    A simple escort mission takes a frightening turn when the Killjoys discover students have mysteriously disappeared from a school for gifted Westerley children.

  • S2 - Episode 3

    "Shaft"

    A rescue mission to the Badlands goes wrong when the Killjoys encounter an unexpected enemy in an abandoned mine.

  • S2 - Episode 2

    "Wild, Wild Westerley"

    The Killjoys return to the ruins of Old Town to hunt eight escaped convicts, but soon discover their most dangerous nemesis is the man who issued the warrant: Liam Jelco (Pascal Langdale), a fixer for “The Company”, a powerful corporation controlling The Quad.

  • S2 - Episode 1

    "Dutch And The Real Girl"

    After failing to rescue D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) from Arkyn, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) head to Eulogy, an outlaw-only barter town, in the hopes of stealing a mysterious, high tech shield from the infamous Connaver gang.

  • S1 - Episode 10

    "Escape Velocity"

    Tensions on Westerley boil over when the Company arrests a friend close to the Killjoys. As peace in the Quad hangs in the balance, the Killjoys are finally compelled to choose a side.

  • S1 - Episode 9

    "Enemy Khylen"

    Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and John (Aaron Ashmore) finally turn the tables on Khlyen (Rob Stewart) by using his own advanced technology to track him down – only to discover the shocking truth behind his presence in the Quad, leaving Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) to wonder: was she ever really free?

  • S1 - Episode 8

    "Come the Rain"

    A toxic Black Rain storm over Westerley forces John (Aaron Ashmore) and Pawter (Sarah Power) to take shelter in the Royale that is overrun with a gang of dangerous criminals. Meanwhile, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and D'avin (Luke Macfarlane) are trapped on Lucy (Tamsen McDonough) coming perilously close to the eye of the storm.

  • S1 - Episode 7

    "Kiss Kiss, Bye Bye"

    The Killjoys’ continuing quest to uncover the mystery behind D'avin’s (Luke Macfarlane) missing memories leads them to an underground black market, triggering a shocking incident that will haunt the team.

  • S1 - Episode 6

    "One Blood"

    Top Killjoys from around the Quad are pitted against one another in a race to find Big Joe, a legendary Killjoy gone rogue. Khlyen (Rob Stewart) uses Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) to find Big Joe (Tony Nappo) for his own purposes, forcing John (Aaron Ashmore) and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) to team up with an old nemesis.

  • S1 - Episode 5

    "A Glitch in the System"

    An easy salvage job on an abandoned ship takes an insidious turn when the Killjoys discover they are not alone. Something or someone has taken control of the ship, and the only way out is a standoff that forces the Killjoys to confront their own deepest, darkest secrets.

  • S1 - Episode 4

    "Vessel"

    The Killjoys find their real rhythm as a trio while protecting a group of gorgeous Surrogates under siege in a badlands fortress. It’s a manic, bullet-riddled ride to get the precious cargo to safety, while negotiating the ugly side of Qreshi politics.

  • S1 - Episode 3

    "The Harvest"

    Nothing is as simple as it seems when Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and John (Aaron Ashmore) take on a warrant to retrieve a missing migrant worker on Leith. They quickly discover something far more dangerous lurking beyond the edge of the farm. Meanwhile, D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) needs to pass a psych evaluation before he can become a Killjoy. But Pawter’s (Sarah Power) assessment brings into question D’avin’s mental fitness for the job.

  • S1 - Episode 2

    "The Sugar Point Run"

    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.

  • S1 - Episode 1

    “Bangarang”

    Killjoys Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and John (Aaron Ashmore) are in serious need of R&R after capturing a dangerous smuggler in the badlands of Westerley. But when a death warrant is posted for D’avin (Luke Macfarlane), John secretly takes the job to save his estranged brother. With a competing Killjoy also on the job, the team is in a race against time to clear D’avin’s name and their own.

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