Wynonna Earp Lets You Relive The Magic of First Earper Happy Hour
With a little more than two weeks to go before SYFY’s Wynonna Earp comes rising back for a fourth season after an “extended leave of absence,” it’s worth taking a few minutes to appreciate how once again how hard “Earpers” worked to make the dream of a new season a reality. Tapped to take off starting Sunday, July 26 (10 pm ET/9 pm CT), the first half of the fourth season will consist of six weekly episodes and a midseason finale set for August 30 (with production on the remaining six episodes expected to resume this summer in Calgary). Now, it’s a look back to the very first “Happy Hour,” where series creator/showrunner Emily Andras and a number of other familiar faces treated their fans to not only the premiere date reveal but also a trailer to properly set the mood:Wynonna Earp | Happy Hour: Season 4 Premieres Sunday July 26 At 10/9c | SYFYRealizing that there wouldn’t be a fourth season without all of you, the fine folks at Wynonna Earp posted a “video thank you” for all of the love and support during both the good and not-so-good times. Following that is a look at why the love between Dominique Provost-Chalkley’s Waverly Earp and Katherine Barrell’s Sheriff Nicole Haught makes for one of the most shipped couples on television. Because for “Earpers,” it’s “WayHaught” today, always, and forever – and here’s why:Additionally, Wynonna Earp will join the panel lineup for Comic-Con@Home, the virtual program for San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) that runs from July 23-26. The panel is expected to include special appearances by Emily Andras, Melanie Scrofano (also set to direct this season), Tim Rozon, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, Katherine Barrell, and Varun Saranga.In Season 4, the infamous Earp Curse is broken, and witty and wild demon hunter Wynonna Earp would love to be celebrating with cold whisky and hot donuts. Too bad she has to rescue everyone she loves, save the town of Purgatory, and take on her most diabolical, Earp-hating enemy yet — all without her trustworthy gun, Peacemaker. And that’s just Monday…About Ray FlookServing as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought on board as staff in 2017.