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Julie Puckrin Talks Killjoys “Ship Outta Luck” [Exclusive]

[Waning: Spoilers for tonight’s episode.] See? I told you tonight’s Killjoys would ease your troubled heart! “Ship Outta Luck” was a very fun homage to cheesy prison movies. This week, I reached out to the episode’s writer, Julie Puckrin, to ask a few questions about bringing the funny and she […]

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Killjoys Preview: “Ship Outta Luck”

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] If there’s one thing we know from being day-one Killjoys fans, it’s that we don’t have to wait long for the emotional sucker-punch episodes to be followed up with much lighter icebreakers. Case in point, after we poured one out for Lucy last week, this week […]

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Julie Puckrin Talks Killjoys Season 4 and “Baby, Face Killer” [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers for “Baby, Face Killer.] Julie Puckrin is one of the Killjoys writers who joined the show in Season 3 and stayed on through the end of the series. Last season, she gifted us with “Heist, Heist Baby.” This past Friday, her latest episode, “Baby, Face Killer,” had […]

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Killjoys Preview: “Baby, Face Killer”

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Tomorrow’s new Killjoys finds family drama coming to a head as The Kid’s extended tribe work out exactly how to parent, Westerley in the thick of kidnappings that now also involve Gared, and Zeph getting her science on in an attempt to de-spider Pip.

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Showrunner Adam Barken Sets the Stage for Killjoys Season 4 [Exclusive]

We’re just one week away from the Killjoys Season 4 premiere and it’s SO GOOD, Y’ALL. I visited the set in March to sit down with the cast and new showrunner, Adam Barken, and over the course of the season, I’ll be sharing those interviews with you. First up, I […]

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Killjoys Preview: “Heist, Heist, Baby”

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Friday’s Killjoys enjoys a little team reconciliation over an old-fashioned grab-and-go job that of course doesn’t go exactly as planned, but it’s fun as hell to watch them try.