Everything about Wynonna Earp, eh?

Link: Passionate fan base has high expectations for second season of Alberta-shot Wynonna Earp

From Eric Volmers of the Calgary Herald:

Link: Passionate fan base has high expectations for second season of Alberta-shot Wynonna Earp
“It just making the world a little bigger and really upending expectations. So much of the show is about the nature of good and evil and how that’s really relative and we’re really going to flip a lot of that stuff on its head this year.” Continue reading.

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Link: Interview with Wynonna Earp’s Katherine Barrell

From Dot R of The Geekiary:

Link: Interview with Wynonna Earp’s Katherine Barrell
“I love that Wynonna is a genre bending show. The best part about working on a show like this is that you get to play in both genres at once—it’s never boring. In the morning we could be shooting a fun action scene with lots of humor and in the afternoon things could get quite serious. It really is the best of all worlds!” Continue reading. 

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Link: Actress Katherine Barrell on her out ‘Wynonna Earp’ character

From Daniela Costa of NBC News:

Link: Actress Katherine Barrell on her out ‘Wynonna Earp’ character
“As an actor, I would love to see Nicole in the action. Getting in there with a gun, being part of the fight. But I also realize from a story point of view that she also needs to remain as a bit of a moral compass, especially because Waverly’s spinning so out of control.” Continue reading.

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Link: Wynonna Earp’s Melanie Scrofano tackles a new challenge

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Wynonna Earp’s Melanie Scrofano tackles a new challenge
Come January, Wynonna Earp actress Melanie Scrofano will be able to add a new title to her name, that of comic book author. Just like costar Tim Rozon (who plays Doc Holliday), the star of the Syfy series is co-authoring two issues of the Wynonna Earp Legends comic books. She will be writing the issues with Wynonna Earp creator Beau Smith, who has written the character for 20 years. Continue reading.

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