From Molly Freeman of Screenrant:
Link:Â How Wynonna Earp Became One of the Most Feminist Sci-Fi Shows on TV
Midway through its second season, Wynonna Earp isÂ tackling a storyline that action-based series â€“ let alone any based on comic books â€“ rarelyÂ showcase: the titular heroine getting pregnant, dealing with it, and still kicking butt. Now, showrunner and executive producer Andras discusses the seriesâ€™ feminist leanings. Continue reading.Â
From Morgan Glennon of Buddy TV:
Link: ‘Wynonna Earp’ Interviews: Melanie Scrofano and Emily Andras Talk Creating a Pregnant Heroine
“We see a woman that’s like, ‘Don’t tell me what I can and can’t do. I will let you know what I can and can’t do. I think you get to see that from me, Melanie, but also from Wynonna. She’s like ‘I will tell you when I’m done, don’t take this away from me. I’ve got this.'” Continue reading.
From Rebecca Murray of Showbiz Junkies:
Link: â€˜Wynonna Earpâ€™ Season 2: Dominique Provost-Chalkley and Katherine Barrell Talk Wayhaught and the Baby
â€œI think definitely with the addition of our new Earper baby on the way, things are just getting a lot more dangerous. I think thereâ€™s a sense among all the characters that the stakes got so high so fast, especially now that we all know. So, thereâ€™s this sense of when youâ€™re caring for yourself and grownups itâ€™s one thing, but when youâ€™re caring for an unborn child and the safety of that child itâ€™s another. I feel like the last final half of the second season just got super high stakes, super dangerous and everyoneâ€™s kind of on hyper hyper alert.â€ Continue reading.
From Kat Jetson of The Hollywood Reporter:
Link: How Syfy’s ‘Wynonna Earp’ Is Paying Homage to ‘Buffy’
When I was pitchingÂ Wynonna EarpÂ I said that it wasÂ BuffyÂ meetsÂ Justified. I truly believeÂ BuffyÂ is the beloved cult hit because it deserves to be. It speaks volumes that 20 years have gone by and we’re still talking about that show. People see it for what it was, which is groundbreaking. I can’t even pretend thatÂ BuffyÂ didn’t influence me, but I don’t want to sayÂ WynonnaÂ is derivative. I hope it’s not. Joss really taught me what an action heroine could be, which is a completely three-dimensional girl or woman with all those complications who can also kick butt. Continue reading.Â