'Killjoys' Space Adventure Now Streaming on VRV for US

Syfy's Killjoys
The first three seasons of Syfy's "Killjoys" are now available on the streaming service VRV. (Image credit: Courtesy of VRV/Ellation)

"Killjoys" fans, rejoice: Your favorite trio of space bounty hunters is now reliving its adventures on the streaming app VRV.

The app, which launched in November 2016, is a streaming service dedicated to "the best in anime, gaming, tech, cartoons + more," according to its website. It is currently available only in the U.S. The site includes other space content, too: Many space and science documentaries are provided through the CuriosityStream channel; several space-based anime series are available, and the service also has all the Stargate shows and movies (through a partnership with Stargate Command All-Access).

Fans in the U.S. have previously been able to stream "Killjoys" only on the Syfy channel's app in conjunction with their TV provider. But now, the first three seasons are also available on VRV; the first is available for free, while the second and third require a premium account. (If you want to binge-watch the series, you can take advantage of a 30-day free trials.)

The next episode of "Killjoys" Season 4 premieres tonight (Aug. 10) on Syfy at 10 p.m. EDT/9 p.m. CDT.

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Sarah Lewin started writing for Space.com in June of 2015 as a Staff Writer and became Associate Editor in 2019 . Her work has been featured by Scientific American, IEEE Spectrum, Quanta Magazine, Wired, The Scientist, Science Friday and WGBH's Inside NOVA. Sarah has an MA from NYU's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program and an AB in mathematics from Brown University. When not writing, reading or thinking about space, Sarah enjoys musical theatre and mathematical papercraft. She is currently Assistant News Editor at Scientific American. You can follow her on Twitter @SarahExplains.