Everything about Wynonna Earp, eh?

Link: Lost Girl And Wynonna Earp: SyFy’s Queer Revolution

From Princess Weekes of Bust:

Link: Lost Girl And Wynonna Earp: SyFy’s Queer Revolution
What makes the show really stand out is its masterfully-written bisexual character, Waverly Earp, and her lesbian love interest, Officer Nicole Haught. Waverly’s emerging sexual identity is treated respectfully but does not consume the entirety of her story arc. Her previous interest in men is also not handwaved away, and she is allowed to be bisexual without having to “pick a team.” While Andras has never promised to keep all characters safe, she has never been one to “bury your gays,” and after the death of Lexa on The 100, fans were relieved that at least for season one, the main ladies are safe. Continue reading.

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Link: 13 Things We Learned about Wynonna Earp Season 2 at ClexaCon

From Bridget Liszewski at The TV Junkies:

Link: 13 Things We Learned about Wynonna Earp Season 2 at ClexaCon
The new information about Season 2 comes from a panel held on Friday, March 3, 2017 during ClexaCon. The convention celebrated LGBTQ women in entertainment and included a panel focusing on “The WayHaught Women of Wynonna Earp” at Bally’s in Las Vegas. It featured Wynonna showrunner Emily Andras and the actresses that portray the popular “WayHaught” couple, comprised of Waverly Earp (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) and Officer Nicole Haught (Katherine Barrell). Continue reading.

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Link: Supernatural western shoots in High River

From Kevin Rushworth of the High River Times:

Link: Supernatural western shoots in High River
High River locations, including downtown and the firehall, will be on full display when Syfy network’s television show Wynonna Earp, a supernatural western, returns for its second season this summer.

Crews were recently in town from Feb. 14 to 16. While the firehall was their main site, others were Fourth Avenue SW, Colossi’s Cafe and a nearby alleyway, producer Brian Dennis said. Continue reading.

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Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Andrea Higgins

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Andrea Higgins
“When I started out in the music industry, especially at the labels, it felt like a boys club, but I never let it shake me. I really don’t think about it too much. I just want to work with great people and do a great job. I do love seeing more female composers on the rise and wish there were more females in “stereotypical” male roles such as mixer, sound engineer, etc. That said, the majority of the productions we work on are led by amazing badass women and it’s very inspiring.” Continue reading.

Related: Check out our interview with Andrea Higgins last spring where she talks about working on Wynonna Earp and Heartland!

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Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Caitlyn Fryers

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Caitlyn Fryers
“Write what you’re passionate about. Don’t judge your own path by the paths you see others take. If you’re not following the same steps as someone else, or racking up the same accomplishments, don’t be hard on yourself. Writers are extremely self-critical, and constantly analyze their career–“What should they write next that might sell?” “Who should read it?” “What hot new show should they spec?” Everyone has their own timeline and their own creative method.” Continue reading. 

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