Killjoys Season 3 Now in Production

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Production is now underway in Toronto on Season 3 of Killjoys, and our favourite trio shared the news in this video announcement.

 

Here is what’s in store for Season 3:

In Season 3 of KILLJOYS, war looms over the J Star System. After sustaining serious personal loss, Dutch, Johnny, and D’avin prepare themselves for what lies ahead. While the trio struggles to assemble an army, a dangerous force – Aneela – heads towards them. The unhinged daughter of Dutch’s late mentor Khlyen, Aneela is hell-bent on revenge for the death of her father. The team’s toughest challenge yet, and perhaps Dutch’s only hope of stopping Aneela, includes convincing a motley gang of bounty hunters to go from believing “The Warrant is All” to “The War is All.”

Returning are Hannah John-Kamen as Dutch, Aaron Ashmore as John Jaqobis, and Luke MacFarlane as D’avin Jaqobis. Also making a return are Thom Allison (Pree), Sean Baek (Fancy), and Patrick Garrow (Turin). There are also some new faces joining the cast, including Kelly McCormack as Zeph, a new thorn in the team’s side; Karen LeBlanc as Banyon, a new high-ranking RAC official; Ted Atherton as Gander, lieutenant to Aneela; and Prince Amponsah as Havigan, a tough and respected owner of a hackmod bar. Guest stars announced so far include Saamer Usmani, Mac Fyfe, and Atticus Mitchell.

Killjoys will return later this year with 10 new episodes. Stay tuned for a season premiere date and news about some of this season’s guest stars.

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