The final season of Syfy’s Killjoys premieres on July 19 and it’s going to be hard to say goodbye to Dutch, D’Av and Johnny. The show follows a trio space bounty hunters (nicknamed Team Awesome Force) who work for the Reclamation Apprehension Coalition (R.A.C.) in a corner of the universe called the Quad.
At the end of season four, things are not looking good for the city of Old Town as the nefarious Lady seems to have made it out of the green. She’s been quite busy changing the lives of our beloved characters while undoubtedly working an evil plan for universal domination. Johnny and Dutch (as Yala) are together with her as a bartender at the Royale and him employed at a local plant. In the meantime D’Av (who is still a Killjoy) doesn’t know his own brother with Turin and Gared working together, and the local authorities looking for Jaq Kin Rit (whom we know is D’Av and Aneela’s son). Speaking of which, we are still unsure if Aneela made it out alive although her prospects seem grim with the green collapsing.
Here is your first look at Killjoys season five:
The official press release from Syfy:
SYFY today announced that KILLJOYS will return for Season 5 on Friday, July 19 at 10/9c. Joining Hannah John-Kamen (“Ant Man and The Wasp,” “Ready Player One”) as Dutch; Luke Macfarlane (“Mercy Street,” “The Night Shift”) as D’avin; Aaron Ashmore (“Cardinal,” “Veronica Mars”) as John, are returning fan-favorites Mayko Nguyen (“Cracked,” “Hudson & Rex”) as Delle Seyah, Thom Allison (“22 Chaser,” “Kim’s Convenience”) as Pree; Sean Baek (“The Art of More”) as Fancy; Rob Stewart (“Slasher,” “Incorporated”) as Khlyen; Patrick Garrow (“Pure,” “12 Monkeys”) as Turin, as well as Kelly McCormack (“The Naddeaus of Duquesne Island”) as Zeph.ABOUT ‘KILLJOYS’:
Killjoys follows a trio of hard-living bounty hunters – Dutch, John, and D’avin. Working for the Reclamation Apprehension Coalition (RAC), they work in a four planet-and-moon system known as the Quad. Taking on warrants to apprehend people or property, RAC Agents are given high authority by their agency. As part of their job, they swear to remain neutral in conflicts and owe no allegiance to any system, government, or other organizations. With their pasts coming back to haunt them, the trio will have to work hard to keep themselves, and their friends, alive.
“Killjoys” is produced by Temple Street, a division of Boat Rocker Studios in association with Space and SYFY. Creator Michelle Lovretta serves as Executive Producer along with Showrunner and Executive Producer, Adam Barken. Additional Executive producers include David Fortier, Ivan Schneeberg, Stefan Pleszczynski and Karen Troubetzkoy.
UCP (Universal Content Productions) distributes the series worldwide.
Catch all four seasons of ‘Killjoys’ now on VRV before the final season airs on SyFy on July 19 at 9PM CT.
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