Both Dark Matter and Killjoys ended their first seasons hinting at much more to come. And now we have some idea about what that is, since Syfy has released new promos for both series.
Winter Storm Jonas pretty much has the East Coast stuck inside this weekend, which means that you’re probably sitting in front of your television scrolling through Netflix. Allow us to help.
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A few months ago, Syfy made a push back into the fun space-adventure programming we used to see from the channel. Fridays saw them airing Killjoys and Dark Matter, both of which just got renewed. Both shows had a lot going for them, but do they deserve another season? And how can they improve next year?
Syfy has renewed both Dark Matter and Killjoys for second seasons, thirteen episodes for the former and ten for the latter. When the shows return in 2016, they’ll join new shows The Magicians and The Expanse and returning show 12 Monkeys.
Killjoys’ first season comes to a close with Escape Velocity, it’s a packed episode that wraps up most of the first season’s storylines while launching everyone into what promises to be an interesting followup. Either it’s showrunners are really confident that they’ll get a second season, or they’ve just left us on a…
Kim Dickens battles a zombie horde in LA the series premiere of the Walking Dead spinoff Fear the Walking Dead. Astronauts Wives Club and Killjoys end their first seasons, and an Autobot created by fan committee makes her animation debut! All on This Week’s TV.
On this week’s episode of Killjoys, Enemy Khylen, we finally get some of the show’s long-simmering questions answered - only to get even more questions added to the pile.
This week’s Guardians of the Galaxy animated short gives us more time with Rocket Raccoon while killer bears attack Paris and Zoo. Face Off celebrates its 100th episode with creepy couples’ makeovers, and everyone guest stars on Rick and Morty — and we do mean everyone.
This week’s episode of Killjoys finally brought some solid character building material after last week’s episode. In this latest episode, Comes The Rain, the show’s writers have gone with a long-standing trope, the ‘Locked In A Room’ episode. In doing so, they’ve finally given us a bit more depth.
What’s on TV this week? Another sporadically programmed episode of Gravity Falls! Atlantis, True Detective and Stitchers all draw to a close. Plus whatever the hell’s happening on Zoo! All on This Week’s TV.
When things start going really well for you, that’s when you know something’s about to go wrong, especially in television. On the latest episode of Killjoys, Kiss Kiss, Bye Bye, the crew discovers what happens when you go too far down the rabbit hole.
An unprecedented Squirrel Girl/Power man team-up, Hannibal adapts Manhunter, and a full week of Teen Titans Go! All on This Week’s TV.
In the latest episode of Killjoys, One Blood, Dutch gets caught between two mentors, testing her loyalties and putting those around her in danger.
Seriously, it’s time to embrace the brilliance of Rick and Morty, as this show returns. Plus the Police Academy gang battle giant lava spiders, and there are more mutant shark movies than you can shake a #$%*ing stick at, all on This Week’s TV!
Up to this point, I’ve been pretty happy with Killjoys being a fun, reasonably lighthearted show that points to the occasional social message. In this week’s episode, Glitch in the System, the show turns dark, fast.
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A full week of new Steven Universe, TWO monster shark movies, and the season premiere of Gravity Falls, all on this week’s TV!
We didn’t really get much development of our core characters this week on Killjoys. Instead, “Vessel” felt as though it was exploring more of the world and its politics, with some hints about Dutch’s backstory. And sadly, the episode relied on one of TV’s most annoying habits.
Now that we’re a couple of episodes into Syfy’s Killjoys, the show is starting to settle in a little bit. In this latest episode, Davin and John’s sibling bond is put to the test while Dav works out some of the trauma from his past, all while they track down a migrant worker who’s overstayed his visa.