so, just finished all 5 seasons of Killjoys and if you like epic sci-fi, you've got to watch this. it's firefly like epic with a few campy moments of bad post editing, but they've got excellent chemistry from the get go, just like firefly.
Still no real answers for the fans and those who were lost. It up to interpretation BS
With Boone and bokenkamp leaving S9 wil be … interesting.
I gave up 5 minutes into the Escapists, just didn't do it for me. I watched all of 'Our Man in Japan' mostly for ideas the next time I go there. It was just 'alright' though. May is a little too old and too stereotypically british to really be an ideal travel show host. It wasn't awful, but I doubt I'd rewatch or recommend it.I have been watching less and less TV again, but completed Queen's Gambit (didn't watch any trailers or spoilers etc so didn't know what to expect) and it is interesting. I'd not watch it a second time but it was worth watching.
Clarkson's farm i'm enjoying he is a little more unfiltered than normal. I watched an episode or two of the escapists and all of our man in japan. They are not "bad" when not working together but there is clearly a missing chemistry.
I can see a show in the future with the daughter using all of Reddington's resources and becoming a heartless master criminal because of all the loss / trauma suffered after learning all the why's and how's of her mother and father's deaths and all those loved one's around them.
My hope is Ressler goes all John Wick and everyone who has even met Townsend is killed in a well choreographed fashion