TVx3 E287: Fear & Hungry Baby Killjoys

by Jason the TVaholic on August 26, 2015 · 1 comment

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Get Fear the Walking Dead via Amazon Instant VideoOn episode 287, Amrie (@mytakeontv), Jason (@theTVaholic) and Rae (@raelee) to talk some cancellation and renewal news and then take a look at the series premiere of Fear the Walking Dead, the series finale of Melissa & Joey, the fourth season finale of Baby Daddy, the first season finale of Killjoys, and the second summer season premiere of Young & Hungry. Plus, a reality check and some TV recommendations at the end. (Start times of each segment/topic)

News (00:01:18)

We briefly mentioned the following two TV news stories:

Primetime (00:02:21)

We used the specific episodes listed below as a jumping off point to discuss the following five TV shows:

  • Melissa & Joey – S.4 Ep.22, “Double Happiness” (Series Finale) (00:02:35)
  • Baby Daddy – S.4 Ep.22, “It’s a Nice Day for a Wheeler Wedding” (Season Finale) (00:07:50)
  • Young & Hungry – S.2 Ep.11, “How Gabi Got Her Job Back” (Summer Premiere) (00:11:44)
  • Killjoys – S.1 Ep.10, “Escape Velocity” (Season Finale) (00:15:47)
  • Fear the Walking Dead – S.1 Ep.1, “Pilot” (00:24:54)

Amrie’s Reality Check (00:48:12)

Amrie talked about America’s Next Top Model, The Great Food Truck Race, Project Runway and So You Think You Can Dance.

TV Recommendations (00:54:39)

Did you watch the series premiere of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead? Did you like how ABC Family’s Melissa & Joey ended? What did you think about the fourth season finale of ABC Family’s Baby Daddy? Do you watch ABC Family’s Young & Hungry? What did you think about the first season of Syfy’s Killjoys? Did you enjoy this week’s discussion? Let us know in the comments, send us an eMail, connect via Twitter @TVtimesThree, or Like us on Facebook.

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Kyle August 27, 2015 at 7:33 am

I watched Killjoys for the opposite reasons as Jason and Amrie–which is probably why I didn’t really enjoy it that much. The original ad looked great–I was hoping for fun, interesting missions, but the show seemed to concentrate more on the character drama, and the missions were never as fun or exciting as I had hoped they would get. I couldn’t have cared less about the romantic relationship between Dutch and the brother, and the team dynamic was muddled and confusing–they would be fighting with the brother and it seemed like he left the team and then he would be working with them again–I never understood where they stood. I find the team dynamic on Dark Matter way more fun and interesting. Another thing I really didn’t like about Killjoys was the over-saturated, sun-in-the-camera look of the show.

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