I had not expected to be bringing THIS property up today, but Wynonna Earp, formerly of the SyFy channel, is returning in a new TV movie now in production for the FAST service Tubi. Creator Emily Andras (Lost Girl) has penned a new script and all the lead actors (Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Dom Provost-Chalkley and Katherine Barrell) have signed on to return.
This year’s experimental Comic-Coin@Home has concluded, and chances are, you didn’t have the time to watch every single panel of interest — especially since many of them streamed live at the same time. Quite a few came from comic book publisher IDW alone, and of those, here are the most interesting subjects…
It’s been nearly two years since a new episode of Wynonna Earp last aired on SyFy, and to be honest, it feels like it’s been even longer. First production on Season Four was stymied by financial problems from the co-financier of the series, IDW Entertainment. Then, once that was resolved, the entirety of Hollywood was shut down.
Since the last three summers have included a season of Wynonna Earp on SyFy, you’re probably wondering where the latest one is. And if you ARE wondering, you clearly haven’t been paying attention to the site, since we told you last February production had been placed on hiatus while a behind-the-scenes problem was being worked out. We’re now hearing the issue has been resolved, and production will now resume, BUT the next season will not appear in 2019.
Season 3 of Wynonna Earp ended on a cliffhanger, and unfortunately, we may have to wait longer to find out what happens next. Season 4 has been delayed.
It’s always an encouraging sign whenever a TV channel hits the Renew button as fast as it possibly can…..especially when it happens to a show that deserves it. Wynonna Earp just aired its third season opener Friday, and one day later SyFy re-upped the contracts for another ten-episode season. That was fast!
Today is an ugly day for TV news (if no one told you about Brooklyn Nine-Nine, sorry you had to hear it from us), but the silver lining is that we get at least one more season of Wynonna Earp, and we now know when.
Yesterday during SDCC SyFy made the announcement that their whacked-out western horror comedy series Wynonna Earp would stick around another year. The crowd went wild, as this tweet video proves.
The fan-favorite comic turned fan-favorite series on Syfy has just gotten renewed for a third season. Wynonna Earp, which follows the stories of the great-granddaughter of Wyatt Earp as she defends the world against demonic threats with her demon-killing revolver.
Television studios have had to come up with various ways of dealing with a hardcore collectors’ market that will still pay for shows on disc, while dealing with a brick-and-mortar market that continues to shrink its DVD and Blu-Ray shelf space. To get through the blockade to their fans, some companies have offered shows as online exclusives. Some have started on-demand services that print episodes on DVD-Rs. But what SyFy is doing with their zany urban horror western Wynonna Earp is a new one.
At San Diego Comic Con, Syfy announced that the critic and fan beloved Wynonna Earp has gotten renew for a second season.