In a distant corner of the universe, a galaxy is at war. Rebels battle for freedom; villains fight for control. But the true heroes are the ones cleaning up the mess…


Space Janitors is a comedy/science fiction web series created by Davin Lengyel and Geoff Lapaire. It chronicles the lives of two janitors, Mike Chet (Pat Thornton) and Darby Richards (Brendan Halloran), who serve aboard an evil iconic space station. After all, someone has to buff out the blaster burn marks from the halls and mop up the hero guts from the not-so-bottomless shaft, right?

Shedding a humorous light on popular sci-fi staples, the misadventures of Mike, Darby and their friends in Social Group 417 keep things entertaining. There’s a galactic conflict circling around them, though, and the janitors are tasked with balancing their custodial work and trying to do the right thing.

Both seasons of Space Janitors were shot in Toronto. Our series was funded in part by the Independent Production Fund and the Ontario Media Development Corporation.

Our first season consists of eight episodes and is distributed globally by Geek and Sundry. Season 2 saw its world premiere on April 2nd, 2013.

The members of Social Group 417, from left to right (click to enlarge)

Darby Richards (Brendan Halloran), Dennis 4862 (Scott Yamamura), Edith Kingpin (Evany Rosen), Emily Roark (Helen Johns), and Mike Chet (Pat Thornton).

Look who’s written about us!


May 3rd 2013 – The 4 Best YouTube Scifi Series

Apr 16th 2013 – Geoff and Davin, creators of Space Janitors

Apr 9th 2013 – The Jetsons got nothin’ on these two Space Shows

Mar 26th 2013 – Review: Space Janitors

Mar 26th 2013 – Space Janitors Season Two Debut April 2nd

Feb 12th 2013 – Space Janitors

Mar 13th 2012 – Nerdlocker Interview: Space Janitors!

Mar 10th 2012 – The Globe and Mail: In the expanding TV universe, webisodes look for a foothold / Six Web series to check out

Feb 14th 2012 – New Space Janitors Webseries Promises To Clean Up The Star Wars Universe

Feb 10th 2012 – Excl: Space Janitors – New ‘Star Wars’-Inspired Web Series First Look