Syfy will air a Wynonna Earp “Fan Favorites” marathon in March, as one part of a wide-ranging “We Are Her(oes)” Women’s History Month programming event.
The Earp-athon (of what is in actuality just the first 10 episodes of Season 3) will air across three Fridays — March 6 (from 6:30-9:30 am ET), March 20 (6:30-10:30 am) and March 27 (6 to 9 am) — leading up to an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming (and lonnnnnng-awaited) Season 4, during the network’s 20 Women to Watch in 2020 documentary special (airing Friday, March 27 at 11 pm).
Said docu-special, produced by the SYFY FANGRRLS brand and leading out of the series premiere of Vagrant Queen — adapted by an all-female team of writers and directors, from the Vault comic book series — will spotlight “rising women across film, TV and comics who will make an impact in the genre in 2020.”
Other “We Are Her(oes)” programming includes a “MAN-SEL in Distress” movie marathon (on Sunday, March 8 aka International Women’s Day) showcasing strong female characters who are the heroines of their stories (e.g. Mad Max: Fury Road, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, Zombieland, X-Men: First Class and Power Rangers).
Welcome to Loving Kat Barrell, a fansite dedicated to the Canadian actress, Katherine Barrell! Since today is the official first day of production on season 4 of Wynonna Earp (after a year long hiatus), I wanted to launch the fansite on the same day to celebrate the return of our precious sh*tshow. Like many fans, I was first introduced to Kat through this show and fell in love with her acting talent, gorgeous looks & her beautiful, caring, personality. So, this fansite is my little token of appreciation for our favourite actress. I do hope you all enjoy & thank you for visiting!
Please note: Some of the wonderful photos out of the 9,000+ images in the gallery, namely from Earper conventions, were taken by the lovely Petra — so please visit her website for the full collection of amazing photos featuring Kat & the rest of the Wynonna Earp gang.
Wynonna Earp Season 4 is finally happening.
But the cast and creator haven’t forgotten what it took to get here and the support they’ve received from their fans, the Earpers. “Because it’s been such a fight, I’m still a little on-edge,” creator Emily Andras told TV Insider at New York Comic Con this fall, before noting that the show’s presence at the event was “one more sign it’s happening.”
“I will be happy when we’re shooting,” star Melanie Scrofano admitted. “We had it before. We were supposed to start, and then we didn’t.”
At the time, the cast didn’t know anything about what’s to come, but Andras was able to share a few teases about the new season and everyone was eager to look ahead.
Season 4’s Nod to the Break
“We’re probably going to pick up fairly immediately after Season 3, but I would keep an eye open for any Easter eggs about, ‘Oh, it sure feels like we’ve been gone a long time,'” Andras shared. “Everyone in the town is missing. Doc and Waverly are in the garden. It just seems to be Nedley and Wynonna. The first order of business is going to be where did everyone go and how do we get them back? We have to pick up there.”
And when the show picks up, it will acknowledge the fight for Season 4. “We actually started writing a year ago, so we’re revisiting those first five scripts,” the creator explained. “It has reinvigorated this idea of fight and resistance in so far as the messaging I want to do in Season 4 because the fans just fought for us. … I want to give the fans more of what they love about the show. Just back to basics with a twist.”
Expect to see more of what you love about the show, along with new dynamics, new secrets, new betrayals, new loves, and new relationships. “It’s really going to be about how far you’re willing to go to save the people you love and what kind of sacrifices you have to make to do that,” Andras teased.