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[Television] Wynonna Earp renewed for second season

IDW Entertainment let everyone know that SyFy is happy enough with the Wynonna Earp series, that it has ordered ten episodes for season two of the television series.

“In just one season, Wynonna Earp has struck a chord with the fans,” said IDW Entertainment President David Ozer. “We look forward to continuing this epic journey.”

“I’m absolutely thrilled we have the opportunity to deliver more of our witty, female-led, kickass, diverse supernatural series to our passionate fan base around the world,” said Emily Andras.

“The strong female characters in this series have turned viewers into passionate fans,” said SEVEN24 Films’ Jordy Randall. “We can’t wait to see our amazing cast back in the roles that Emily has crafted for them.”

Season two of Wynonna Earp will are in 2017 on SyFy.

via IDW Entertainment

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  1. July 24, 2016 at 7:36 am — Reply

    Is this a weird west show, or something totally different? That picture looks like it could be but some other promo pics I found look like your regular modern setting.

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