Sci-fi drama returns Thursdays at 9:45pm
PHILIPPINES (May 9, 2017) – The hunt continues as AXN brings more of the space action and adventure in the new season of Killjoys which premieres this May.
The futuristic world of interplanetary bounty hunters Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), Johnny (Aaron Ashmore), and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) becomes complicated when they find themselves in the middle of a brewing conflict that threatens to destabilize the galaxy.
Their situation becomes even more aggravated when D’avin has been kidnapped by Dutch’s childhood mentor, Khlyen (Rob Stewart), and joins the ranks of their enemies out to challenge them in their sworn duty to protect the Quad, their planetary system.
As they continue to pursue deadly warrants, Dutch and Johnny embark on a new mission to rescue their brother-in-arms and unravel Khlyen’s mysterious agenda.
With their pasts coming back to haunt them, the battle-hardened space marshals will have to work hard to keep themselves, and their friends, alive.
Killjoys Season 2 airs every Thursday at 9:45pm.
AXN is available on SKYCable Channel 49, Destiny Cable Channel 61, Cignal Channel 121, Dream Satellite TV Channel 20, G Sat Channel 51, and Cablelink Channel 38. AXN HD is available on SKYCable Channel 247.
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