Get ready to make your peace Canada because we’ve got some good news for Canadians looking to check out supernatural western Wynonna Earp! The Syfy drama will make its debut on Space Channel in Canada on Saturday, April 15 at 10 p.m. Season 2 of the IDW comic book-based show will also run on Space this summer.
The 13 episode first season followed Wyatt Earp’s great graddaughter Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano), as she battles demons and other supernatural beings. From showrunner and executive producer Emily Andras (Lost Girl), Wynonna has plenty of snark and wit as it follows this modern day gunslinger who uses her unique abilities to bring the paranormal to justice. Rounding out the cast is Tim Rozon (Schitt’s Creek, Instant Star) as legendary con artist Doc Holliday, Dominque Provost-Chalkley as younger sister Waverly Earp and Shamier Anderson (Defiance, Constantine) plays the mysterious Agent Dolls.
Currently in production in Calgary, the second installment of Wynonna Earp will debut on Space this summer. “We’re thrilled that Wynonna Earp is now part of the Space lineup,” said Jordy Randall of SEVEN24 Films. “Canadians across the country are now going to be able to see why this show has struck such a chord with audiences around the world.”
So hurry up and catch up on Season 1, which also debuts on Netflix and Netflix Canada on Saturday, April 1. The April 15 Space Channel premiere of Season 1 will feature a special double-episode premiere. Season 2, which will see the return of Scrofano, Tim Rozon (Being Human), Shamier Anderson (Race), and Dominique Provost-Chalkley (Avengers: Age of Ultron) will air this summer.
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Wynonna Earp Season 1 is available on Netflix in the US and Canada starting April 1. Season 2 will premiere in June 2017.
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