Been doing some binging this long weekend and caught up with Killjoys. It's a fun little show with a reasonably engaging cast -- I have a thing for smart ships -- and premise. Feels very much like we're watching someone's home campaign. Ten episodes brings it together really well; anything more would probably have stretched things too thin.
The Worlds Greatest teamup -- and an amusing play on that venerable title it was too -- between Supergirl and Flash was everything I'd expect from those two characters -- fun and positive and a huge fuck you to Snyder's grimdark Cinematic DCU. It also played the public save the hero card, something I'm also really partial to. The series has been far from perfect, but it has been a refreshingly bright and cheerful take on the genre, and they've really worked J'onn successfully into the mythos as something other than Jor-El's lapdog as he was in Smallville. I'm even pleasantly surprised at how they've managed to keep both Wynn and Cat tolerable (and the Harrison Ford joke in the penultimate episode was brilliant).