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We Did It—Wynonna Earp Will Return for a Fourth Season

Pride still ain't over yet!

(L-R) Emily Andras, Katherine Barrell, Tim Rozon, and Melanie Scrofano of Wynonna Earp, Sci-fi/Fantasy Show of 2018, pose in the press room during the People's Choice Awards 2018 at Barker Hangar on November 11, 2018 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

After months of delays, production issues, and financial worries, the hit show Wynonna Earp is officially due to resume pre-production later this fall and start filming in January 2020.

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In a press release from IDW Entertainment, the company announced (in partnership with SYFY, Space and SEVEN24 Films), that Wynonna Earp, the award-winning series based on the IDW comic created by Beau Smith, has been greenlit to finally start production for its fourth season.

Season 4 is expected to debut in Summer 2020 on SYFY in the US and Space in Canada. Additionally, Cineflix Studios has come aboard to co-produce and Cineflix Rights will handle international sales for the series. This was a huge part of the reason the series had staggered, since Netflix hadn’t picked up the international streaming rights.

Lydia Antonini, President, IDW Entertainment put out the following statement:

“‘Wynonna Earp’ – the series, the comics, the characters, the story and the fans are all deeply important to IDW so we are thrilled to be able to continue to tell the Wynonna story. From the very beginning, the fans have embraced the series and have transformed their passion into an inclusive community built upon empathy and support, as well as whiskey and donuts. We are grateful to have partners who were able to help us bring it back for a fourth season so that we can continue to serve the dedicated Earpers, and entertain fans everywhere.”

I’m super excited about this. I’ve been a fan of the series since the beginning, despite the fact it still has a way to go with it comes to POC representation, and I’ve been hoping to get this news.

This news, along with One Day at a Time‘s renewal, is excellent, and I’m so happy about it. But I’m still peeved that fans for both shows had to do all this work pushing for some of the few shows that do queer representation well to get a renewal. This is a true testament to the power of queer fandom.

Take a bow y’all.

Now, here’s to season four, let’s save Waverly and get some more F-bombs.

(image: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

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Princess (she/her-bisexual) is a Brooklyn born Megan Fox truther, who loves Sailor Moon, mythology, and diversity within sci-fi/fantasy. Still lives in Brooklyn with her over 500 Pokémon that she has Eevee trained into a mighty army. Team Zutara forever.

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