Links: Wynonna Earp

From Ciara Pitts of MoviePilot:

Link: Wynonna Earp: How the cast and crew get LGBT visibility so right when so many TV shows still get it wrong
June, which is also Pride Month, has just kicked off. Many of us in the LGBTQ community are celebrating our freedom and who we are, along with the TV shows that make us more visible. One of those shows being Syfy’s Wynonna Earp, which returns for its second season on June 9. The series follows the titular character on a journey to take down demons and other supernatural forces that invade her mysterious hometown. Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Wynonna Earp: Emily Andras talks “Steel Bars and Stone Walls”
“I really thought of the premiere as almost the second half of Episode 113. It felt like a two-parter with all those cliffhangers and because we had given ourselves, or cursed ourselves, with all those cliffhangers, we had no choice but to answer those questions. I didn’t want it to be a bunch of talk and exposition. I wanted it to feel really fun and really blistering.” Continue reading.

Link: Wynonna Earp’s Melanie Scrofano on working for Black Badge and that surprise guest star
“There’s a certain amount of not wanting to see things that are right in front of you when they threaten your sense of security. Waverly gives Wynonna such a sense of security and family and belonging and she just thinks that partly it can’t be true.” Continue reading. 

From Nivea Serrao of Entertainment Weekly:

Link: Wynonna Earp boss on that big Season 2 premiere twist
“We are going to see a slightly different Wynonna for the first few episodes. Not only has she killed Willa, but the other thing that has happened is, essentially, she has lost Dolls. So she’s going to feel a lot of pressure to kind of move into a leadership role. And that’s not Wynonna’s strong suit. She hates authority. She rebels against authority.” Continue reading.

From Carly Lane of Nerdist:

Link: Wynonna Earp’s Dominique Provost-Chalkley talks “bloody good” Season 2 
“She comes into her own. It’s kind of perfect timing because I feel like she’s going in that direction but just touching the goo accelerates that, and so I wanted to make sure that right from the get-go there was almost a power that ran through her, an adrenaline underneath that maybe she didn’t have before.” Continue reading. 

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Prior to becoming a television critic and owner of TV, Eh?, Greg David was a critic for TV Guide Canada, the country's most trusted source for TV news. He has interviewed television actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes folks from hundreds of television series from Canada, the U.S. and internationally. He is a podcaster, public speaker, weekly radio guest and educator, and past member of the Television Critics Association.
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