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5 Things We Learned About Wynonna Earp Season Three From ClexaCon 2018

Queer ladies from around the globe flocked to Las Vegas last weekend to celebrate all things LGBTQIA in media. ClexaCon's Friday headliner was everyone’s favorite crazy chick with a gun, Wynonna Earp. Fans joined showrunner Emily Andras and actresses Katherine Barrell (Nicole Haught), Dominique Provost-Chalkley (Waverley Earp), and Tamara Duarte (Rosita) for a standing room-only panel where we got a few tasty teases for the highly anticipated third season.

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5 Reasons You Should Be Watching Syfy’s Supernatural, Feminist Western, Wynonna Earp

Female-led. Supernatural. Western. Does that sound like a mashup of unexpectedly incredible things to you? Well hop aboard, because that’s exactly what you get with Wynonna Earp!

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Things We Saw Today: The List of 2017’s Best-Selling Graphic Novels Proves What We Already Knew: Diversity Sells

The list of top-selling comics tells us what we've been insisting for just about forever: diversity sells, both when it comes to characters and the real-life teams behind them. Publishing books from creators of color or ones that feature female leads is not a charity. These books make money. A lot of it.

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Wynonna Earp Fans and Writers Banded Together to Raise $12,000 for GLAAD Spirit Day

Have no chill when it comes to supporting LGBTQ kids

Wynonna Earp fans recently applied their "polite no chill" approach to LGBTQIA fundraising, raising more than $12,000 during their 2017 GLAAD Spirit Day drive.

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Wynonna Earp Breaks All the Rules of Genre Television for the Better

Wynonna Earp feels like a show that could do anything because it’s already shown a willingness to blaze its own path, to look at what we expect from stories like this in a new way.

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SDCC 17: Wynonna Earp Cast Finds Inspiration and Strength in Diverse, Inclusive Stories

The amazing little show that could.

We got to chat with the cast of Wynonna Earp as well as showrunner Emily Andras and comic creator Beau Smith about the latest twists in the story, the rest of the season and the amazing little show that could.

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Things We Saw Today: Princeless Has Been Optioned for A Movie!

Sony has optioned the movie rights to Eisner-nominated comic Princeless, and I can't wait to take all my nieces and nephews.

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Things We Saw Today: Which Pokémon Is Most Popular In Your State?

The team over at decluttr has put together a map of which Pokémon is most "wanted" in each U.S. state - and it's not always Pikachu!

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Things We Saw Today: Wynonna Earp Season Two Trailer Is Here

E! Online has posted the trailer for season two of Wynonna Earp. It's got all our favorite things: guns, monsters, a Mad Max: Fury Road reference, a Wayhaught kiss, women complimenting each other for both their scariness and taste in lingerie...just go on and watch it already.

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Wynonna Earp is Returning for Season Two


Wynonna Earp is amazing, hilarious, unflinching television and I for one am super pumped that it's coming back because we need more shows like it on our screens. Congratulations to the whole Wynonna Earp cast and crew on this renewal!

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 13, “I Walk the Line”

After just a deluge of heartache, Wynonna Earp and its fans have really been the beacon on the horizon of what queer inclusive and female fronted shows and fandom can be. I know fans are nervous about its chances for renewal. The show’s ratings have been less than what we would have hoped for, but a passionate and dedicated fanbase sure has made this little Canadian show hard to ignore.

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Interview: Wynonna Earp‘s Dominique Provost-Chalkley and Katherine Barrell On The Finale and Defying The Lesbian Death Trope

The Mary Sue spoke with actresses Dominique Provost-Chalkley (Waverly Earp) and Katherine Barrell (Nicole Haught) about the Wynonna Earp season one finale and playing such beloved characters.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: “House of Memories”

This penultimate episode of Wynonna Earp had more sweet, sweet action than BoBo’s on 25 cent Buffalo wing night. I mean it had love triangles, sweet lady kissing, knives, cocktail dresses, CHAMPAGNE, twisted sisters and so much more. After a thoroughly enjoyable first season (where’s the renewal, Syfy?), this episode really brought a sense of what this show has become and what it has the potential to be—which is freaking epic.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 11, “Landslide”

We’ve all had those awkward family moments, haven’t we? Take Wynonna and Waverly. They’ve been minding their own business, sending Revenants back to hell, and all of a sudden Wy runs into her long lost (and supposedly dead) sister in a cult compound. Oh, and supposedly dead sister doesn’t remember her past! AND she can use her great-great granddaddy’s magic gun, which is a thing that has been defining Wy as of late. Can’t wait for Canadian Thanksgiving!

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 10, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone”

We’re only a couple of episodes away from the season one finale of Wynonna Earp, and episode 10 gives us a real humdinger of a twist. While our reluctant heir Wynonna is settling into her role, something is about to come along and change everything. Grab a drink at BoBo’s and settle in for this week’s recap.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 9, “Bury Me With My Guns On”

Hear ye, hear ye, it’s the episode all you thirsty shippers have been waiting for. Multiple ships too. What have we done to deserve such a blessing? Speaking of thirsty, there’s also a lot of salt in this episode, and the return of the Stone Witch. Grab your tasers, because it’s on.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 8, “Two Faced Jack”

When we last saw Wynonna and Haught, they were heading out to have delicious pancakes and talk smack about demons. However, some massive buzzkill has evidently captured them, as Doc deduces from Haught’s bloody squad care and two missing badass ladies. Well, anyone could really deduce that something bad happened, but we’ll give Doc this one.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 7, “Walking After Midnight”

We are halfway through Wynonna Earp’s first season, and IMHO this was the best episode to date. That certainly bodes well for the rest of the season, as the show has more than found its footing and is busy kicking ass and taking names.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 6, “Constant Cravings”

You have to love an episode named after famous Canadian k.d. lang’s song of love and longing, “Constant Craving.” Lang is from Alberta, which is also where Wynonna Earp is filmed. (Speaking of Alberta, lets send some collective good vibes to the people of Ft. McMurray, who are experiencing a forest fire of catastrophic proportions.)

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 5, “Digging Up Bones”

We’ve known that Wynonna has been haunted by the kidnapping and murder of her sister, Willa, but it looks like all this death and terror is starting to take a toll on Wynonna’s subconscious. In her dream, she’s dressed as Willa, and essentially being told she’s a poor substitute for the actual heir, by Willa’s ghost. […]

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