From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Wynonna Earp’s Dominique Provost-Chalkley on stepping up to the many challenges of Season 2
“The main challenge was actually not to have too much fun with it and for it to become too much like a caricature. I wanted to make sure I didn’t play a cliché and that it was a subtle progression. As we all know there is no one I trust more than Emily [Andras], so I asked her to watch the dailies to keep an eye on it.” Continue reading.
From Jennifer Still of Vanity Fair:
Link: Wynonna Earp is TV’s most ridiculous show—and knows it
Good TV has never been easier to find, but it’s still sometimes nice to enjoy a series you know you really shouldn’t. Syfy’s new supernatural series Wynonna Earp isn’t just a guilty pleasure—it goes above and beyond into “so intentionally bad it’s good” territory, like no other series on television right now. Continue reading.
From Alex Cranz of io9:
Link: Why are we not talking about how much fun Wynonna Earp is?
Back for its second season, Wynnona Earp is loaded with wise-cracking assholes who fight demon monsters. If Buffy were set in the frigid tundra of Canada and not on a constant quest to explore the crisis of teenage femininity it might be Wynonna Earp. Continue reading.
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