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Killjoys and Dark Matter Tried To Bring Fun Back to Space. Here's How To Do Better.

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? »9/03/15 1:11pmYesterday 1:11pm

Its Finale Time For Killjoys, And Everything Goes To Hell 

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… »8/23/15 2:00pm8/23/15 2:00pm

Everyone Gets Locked In A Room With Someone They Don't Like In Killjoys

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. »8/09/15 3:30pm8/09/15 3:30pm

Stephen Amell Explains His Heroic Arc In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2

The Flash casts a villain’s father—and films a new villain. The next season of Supernatural will have a car-bound bottle episode. A comic about a time traveling Nikola Tesla is heading to TV. Plus, new footage from both Ant-Man and Fantastic Four, Bill Prady talks Muppets, and more. Spoilers Get! »7/16/15 6:00am7/16/15 6:00am

It's Assault With A Deadly Pathogen And Brother Issues On Killjoys

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. »7/04/15 2:01pm7/04/15 2:01pm

This Week's TV: When Every Home Has An Android Servant, Things Get Weird

Summer TV is in full swing, and we’ve got a couple of new shows premiering this week. There’s the vigilante hacker thriller Mr. Robot and Humans, a series that explores the line between humans and their synthetic servants. Plus, Under the Dome and Falling Skies are both back for new seasons. Details ahead. »6/22/15 12:00pm6/22/15 12:00pm