WYNONNA EARP

Let me start by saying that when I heard the concept of Wynonna Earp, I thought I’d hate it. I thought it’d be another cheezy Syfy show that I just wouldn’t get into, but BOY WAS I WRONG.

On an absolute whim, I decided one night while I was up late writing to pop it on. (If you don’t know me, I’m weird. I like watching movies/tv while I write.) Episode one started a little dark, and I was only half watching, but by the introduction of Waverly Earp, I was sold. The dynamic between the sisters, and Wynonna’s quirky humor, and outlandish attitudes were fascinating to me. Yes, the show can be a tad campy, and over the top, but it’s so good.

It’s a hero story, and weirdly a coming of age. It’s got romance, fire, humor, and one ass kicking main character. Wynonna is the definition of badass. Then there’s Doc. Played by Tim Rozon. Doc is an old timey gunslinger who will worm his way right into your heart from the moment you meet. Add Waverly, Nicole, Nedley, and all the other amazingly strange characters and voilà, you’ve got a masterpiece. There’s so much love, so much inclusion in the characters. There is an epic LGBTQ relationship in the story.

If you’ve been on the fence about this show, don’t hesitate. The fans loved this thing so much they campaigned to get it back for another season. FANS literally bought billboards in time square.

It’s one hundred percent worth it.

And as I’m finishing this I’m thinking I may have already reviewed the show, but it bares repeating. I’ve been dying as Amazon withheld the new episodes from the second half of season 4 until yesterday….I binged 4 straight episodes. I LOVED THEM and then wanted to scream when I realized Amazon still hasn’t released the last two episodes. Most of the ending has been spoiled for me. Which isn’t too much of a problem, because the end is better than I was expecting, but I WANNA SEE IT AMAZON.

GIVE ME MY WYNONNA

lol

Show Rating : 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

By ChelseaCallahan

I am the author of The Devereaux Witches Series and selected poetry.

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