Links: Wynonna Earp, Season 4

From Matt Webb Mitovich of TV Line:

Link: Wynonna Earp star talks painfully cold garden, big Purgatory twist
For its season-opening trip to the Garden of Eden, Syfy’s Wynonna Earp gave the iconic location the cold shoulder — foregoing flora and fauna for a frigid tundra that seemingly stretched to the horizon. Continue reading.

From Lisa Tedesco of Curve:

Link: Why we love Wynonna Earp
Since its debut back in April 2016, Wynonna Earp has proven itself to be an ally to the LGBTQ community, uniting female fandoms across the globe. Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Melanie Scrofano says Wynonna Earp is more alone than ever before in Season 4
“She’s terrified and in her own sort of purgatory of identity.” Continue reading.

From Lauren Piester of EOnline:

Link: Wynonna Earp’s Melanie Scrofano Talks Long-Awaited Season 4: “More Wynonna-y Than Ever”
“It’s just been a really great learning experience to watch the Earpers fight for the show, and see people fight for something that they believe in, but to do it so gracefully and graciously and respectfully and lovingly.” Continue reading.

From Norman Wilner of NOW Toronto

Link: TV review: Wynonna Earp is back for season 4 and it hasn’t lost a step
Wynonna Earp has a way of bringing out the best in people, and after that enforced hiatus it’s clear the whole cast and crew are delighted to be back and ready to deliver. Continue reading.

From Tracy Brown of the L.A. Times:

Link: Money woes. Fan campaigns. COVID-19. Inside a beloved TV show ‘back from the brink’
“Wynonna Earp” makes you believe anything is possible — as long as you’re willing to fight for it. Continue reading.

From Kaitlin Thomas of TV Guide:

Link: Wynonna Earp Is Finally Back, and It’s the Perfect Escape From 2020
In Season 4, the series remains a perfect balance of humour, heart, and gunslinging Western, something that’s evident in the premiere’s opening scene. Continue reading. 

From Sam Stone of

Link: Wynonna Earp: Tim Rozon Talks Returning as Doc Holliday
“Now we’re back mid-pandemic but, like always, I’m happy to be back and grateful. As different as it is, it’s still the same.” Continue reading. 

From Lauren Sarner of the New York Post:

Link: ‘Wynonna Earp’ creator on how the show was saved
“The break between Season 3 and 4 allowed me to go back and realize what people really love about the show.” Continue reading.

From Matt Webb Mitovich of TV Line:

Link: Wynonna Earp’s Melanie Scrofano Teases an Eventful, Long-Awaited Season 4: ‘We Come Out Swinging!’
“Sometimes it’s quirkier, and sometimes it’s more like life-or-death. I mean, it’s always kind of life or death but sometimes you’re laughing while you might almost die, and sometimes you’re crying.” Continue reading. 

From Sam Stone of

Link: Wynonna Earp’s Scrofano Explains the Importance of NOT Having Peacemaker
“The beautiful thing about Wynonna not having Peacemaker is that it gives her a chance to examine who she is without it and what her role in the world is. Which is beautiful to play but horrible, the loss of an identity.” Continue reading.

From Debra Yeo of the Toronto Star:

Link: Melanie Scrofano on her return to the cult hit Wynonna Earp
“There are so many parallels that I feel with her. She makes me laugh and she makes me cry. Her flawed imperfect humanity is just so touching to me … There’s nobody I love more, other than my own children.” Continue reading.