From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Wynonna Earp: Emily Andras talks “No Future in the Past”
“The fact that Nicole lied to Waverly was ten times worse on some level. I think at the end when Waverly is looking over the test, looking over the ice and remembering the true circumstances of who saved her that day, she is starting to put some threads together in her heart too.” Continue reading.
From Dalene Rovenstine of Entertainment Weekly:
Link: Did Wynonna Earp just time travel?
“In non-science terms, no, Wynonna did not technically time-travel. She went on a vision quest to the past, i.e. her spirit was able to see echoes of what had come before via astral projection while her corporeal body remained in the present. Man, that might be complete B.S., but I’m stoked I got to drop “corporeal” in a recap.” Continue reading.
From Rebecca Murray of Showbiz Junkies:Link: ‘Wynonna Earp’ Interview: Showrunner Emily Andras on Season 2’s Pregnancy Reveal and Juggling Storylines
Link: ‘Wynonna Earp’ Interview: Showrunner Emily Andras on Season 2’s Pregnancy Reveal and Juggling Storylines
“I think genre, as a rule, is really inclusive. Since the time of Star Trek, certainly hopeful genre portrays a world that we want to live in, one that celebrates diversity and equality. So, I almost think it’s easier in genre to comment on that stuff. And, really, I didn’t pull any punches. When I pitched the show, I was like, ‘I want to do a Western but with all the traditional male characters as women.’ I don’t feel like I’ve tricked anybody.” Continue reading.
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