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Link: Aaron Ashmore talks Johnny’s journey and future on Killjoys

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Aaron Ashmore talks Johnny’s journey and future on Killjoys
Johnny has been through quite the wringer in his four seasons on Killjoys, which has its season finale this Friday. In this last instalment from my on-set interviews in March, I sat down with Aaron Ashmore to chat about the road so far, and what he hopes is ahead for his character. Continue reading.

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Links: Killjoys, “The Kids are Alright?”

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Julian Doucet talks about Killjoys’ “The Kids are Alright”
Typically, the next-to-last episode of a TV season has a ton of buttoning up as the various threads are resolved in anticipation of, and to set up, the finale. Doucet had to wrangle both of those pieces and fold in a specific story. Continue reading.

From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:

Link: Killjoys: Julian Doucet talks “The Kids are Alright?”
Killjoys delivered a shocking and heartbreaking episode, along with some powerhouse performances, with “The Kids Are Alright?”–and, frankly, we’re not alright. Continue reading.

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Link: Killjoys: Kelly McCormack on Dutch and Zeph’s growing trust

From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:

Link: Killjoys: Kelly McCormack on Dutch and Zeph’s growing trust
“I love all my stuff with Dutch and there’s more of it to come. It really has such a beautiful, altruistic, positive power behind it because we’re so different, but we both seem to have the exact same philosophical views on what we want and what we want for our found family.” Continue reading.

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Link: Director Stephanie Morgenstern talks Killjoys “It Takes a Pillage”

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Director Stephanie Morgenstern talks Killjoys “It Takes a Pillage”
Killjoys was also the perfect segue [from] directing on X Company because I felt I was among family. On top of Adam Barken and Julie Puckrin, I knew Mike and a handful of the crew from working with them in Budapest on X Company…so I didn’t have to face the awkward prospect of parachuting into a roomful of strangers and having to earn their trust from scratch. I realize a lot of emerging directors don’t have this advantage, so I feel seriously lucky it came together this way.” Continue reading. 

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