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Cast member Hannah John-Kamen speaks at a panel for the television series "Killjoys" during a NBC summer press day in Pasadena, California April 2, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

The "Killjoys" cast members, including Aaron Ashmore as John Andras "Johnny" Jaqobis, Hannah John-Kamen as Yalena "Yala" Yardeen/Dutch/Aneela, Thom Allison as Prima "Pree" Dezz, Luke Macfarlane as D'avin Jaqobis and Tamsen McDonough as Lucy, will star in a new episode titled "Attack the Rack," which airs on Syfy on Friday, July 28. It will feature an attack on the Killjoys' own Rack. Plus, no thanks to Aneela, someone will not make it out alive. Read on to learn more about it.

Spoiler alert: This article contains more 'Killjoys' spoilers. Read on only if you want to know more about what happens in 'Attack the Rack.'

According to a press release from Syfy, "Killjoys" season 3, episode 5 will show the Killjoy rebels taking drastic steps to clean house and rid themselves of a traitor. This will include a secret ops attack on their Rack. However, the schemes of Aneela and an undiscovered mole will cause a death. Jeff Renfroe directed this episode.

'Killjoys' episodes: 'A Skinner, Darkly,' 'The Hullen Have Eyes' and 'The Lion, the Witch & the Warlord'

"Killjoys" season 3,​ episode 2 aired on July 7. It showed Turin (Patrick Garrow) convincing D'avin and Dutch to take a few of the best brains of the Reclamation Apprehension Coalition (RAC) for a test drive mission. This is an attempt to search for someone to temporarily replace Johnny. Unfortunately, the rookies got trapped in an abandoned black site that is determined to kill all of them. As for Johnny, his search for Clara (Stephanie Leonidas) led him to a skin rejuvenation centre that has more to it than meets the eye. Michelle Lovretta wrote the episode, while Andy Mikita directed it.

'The Hullen Have Eyes'

Prior to "Attack the Rack," the episode titled "The Hullen Have Eyes" was aired on July 14. It was directed by Ruba Nadda and written by Adam Barken. It showed the Killjoys discovering that the last coordinates of a Black Root ship was a planet that have been scorched by radiation. They also found a Hullen training camp as well as creepy creatures there. Plus, the team was surprised to learn a connection to their past.

'The Lion, the Witch & the Warlord'

After "The Hullen Have Eyes," the episode titled "The Lion, the Witch & the Warlord" will air on July 21. It will show an ambush that will make Johnny and Dutch run for help. Elsewhere, D'avin will attempt to get to a Black Warrant's bottom. Paolo Barzman directed this episode.

The "Killjoys" TV series airs on Syfy Australia. It also airs on Syfy in the US at 8/7c every Friday. After "Attack the Rack," the episodes titled "Necropolis Now" (air date: Aug. 4), "The Wolf You Feed," (air date: Aug. 11), "Heist, Heist Baby" (air date: Aug. 18), "Reckoning Ball" (air date: Aug. 25) and "Wargasm" (air date: Sept. 1) will air next on Syfy.

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