From Whitney Matheson of the Hollywood Reporter:
‘Killjoys’: TV Review
Tell sci-fi fans thereâ€™s a TV series about intergalactic bounty hunters, and chances are theyâ€™ll leap for the remote. Despite its tantalizing premise, however, Killjoys isnâ€™t the space drama weâ€™ve been looking for. Continue reading.
From Merrill Barr of Forbes:
‘Killjoys’ Review: Sci-Fi Fun With Nothing Else To Offer
All of that description is essentially the problem with a show like Killjoys. Its pilot has to take so much time setting up and explaining the rules of its world that very littleâ€™s actually devoted to diving into the characters themselves, and their dynamics. Continue reading.
From Tony Wong of the Toronto Star:
What if Boba Fett had a TV show? Killjoys is the answer
As pure escapism, it works. The action scenes are muscular, and the dynamic between the characters played by Canadians Aaron Ashmore (Smallville) and Luke Macfarlane (Brothers & Sisters) with the showâ€™s star Hannah John-Kamen (Viva Forever) makes you think the Millennium Falcon never left orbit. Continue reading.
From Bill Harris of Postmedia Network:
‘Killjoys’ star Hannah John-Kamen serves up outer space justice
Nothing feels alien about Killjoys.Â And star Hannah John-Kamen likes it that way. She thinks focusing exclusively on human beings in the future actually makes Killjoys more frightening. Continue reading.
From Toni Ruberto of the Buffalo News:
Syfy’s Killjoys: Fun in a new world
The Syfy channelâ€™s original programming â€“ scripted series, creative reality competitions and those crazy movies â€“ have never been known for their restraint. The networkâ€™s newest original series,Â â€œKilljoys,â€Â premiering at 9 p.m. Friday, never got that memo and in this case, itâ€™s a good thing. Continue reading.