Wynonna Earp - Season 3 
It's great to see Nicole succeed as sheriff, although Nedley's retirement seemed off, in a way. He's grown increasingly tired, but last season he was determined to pull through. Is there something on his mind?
Wynonna Earp - Season 3
Waverly really is getting the short end of the stick this season, but it allows the show to dive into grittier and realistic territory without hinging upon horror. Rather, the darker aspects come from horrors that are based in reality.
We also get a hearty dose of drunken Wynonna/Michelle humor -- now we know where Wynonna gets her drinking habits. It'd be so fun to see more of this as the season goes on, but it seems like we're in for darker material.
As astute viewers may notice, Waverly has been wearing an awful lot of white this season, and this episode isn't an exception. She continues the streak this episode, culminating in Bobo's insistence that her real father is an actual angel.
Despite this episode's messiness, it still successfully continues to plant seeds for Season 3 and acts as a relatively strong stand-alone episode. As most of the demons this season expectedly tie into Bulshar somehow, considering that "Bulshar has risen," Jolene's parting words are also particularly ominous.
And while she couldn't confirm that Mama Earp (Megan Follows) would definitely return next season, it seems highly likely in the wake of the multiple Julian twists this finale packed in. "It would be a huge wasted opportunity if we didn't see Mama again and if she didn't get to confront Wynonna about what happened with Charlie/Julian," Andras said. "That's just a whole messy Shakespearean tragedy with a feminist spin and a lot of whiskey. And I think that sounds like a delicious episode to explore."
Given all that, fans can also expect Doc to do some atoning for the terrible things he did this season. Going into the Garden will likely only be the beginning of this new phase of penance for the legendary gunman.
Although Andras said that there's "definitely room" to explore those powers next season, she noted that the thing that makes Jeremy such a rich character "is he is so human." That means that while there is clearly something supernatural going on in Jeremy's empathetic groin, that doesn't mean he'll wind up turning into a fire-breathing lizard man or anything like.
Last season saw Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) dealing with a surprise pregnancy and ended with her making the heartbreaking decision to send her daughter, Alice, away from the dangers of Purgatory. Then, there was the shocking revelation that Wynonna knew the whereabouts of Mama Earp (played this season by Canadian television veteran Megan Follows), who left her family behind years ago.
On Monday night, the SyFy channel aired a special sneak peek preview of the first episode for season 3 of its hit show Wynonna Earp. The season officially premiers on Friday night at 9 pm, and the episode- Blood Red and Going Down- will also be airing with bonus content.
Wynonna Earp Season 4 starts on SyFy on Sunday, July 26 at 10 p.m. ET, 22 months after the last season finale. The SyFy show's fate seemed precarious for a long time following financial difficulties at its production company, but over the next six weeks, the first half of the new season will air.
However, at that point, Wynonna Earp's production company IDW Entertainment has financial troubles. Series creator Emily Andras told New York Post: "Season 3 went well and we got greenlit for not one but two seasons from the network, and then we found out we had financial trouble.
However, a public filing revealed that IDW had to take out some loans as they had, "need for a cash infusion" to make not only Wynonna Earp but V-Wars and The October Faction (both of which were canceled after one season by Netflix) and Locke & Key, recently renewed for Season 2.
Filming on Wynonna Earp Season 4 the finally began in January 2020, and now in summer 2020 six episodes are ready to go, but the coronavirus has meant that production shut down on the back half of the season. Currently, production for Season 4, part 2 is set for summer 2020, but it remains to be seen when the show can continue to shoot in Calgary. "We are really anxious to get back to shooting," Nicole Haught actor Katherine Barrell told TVInsider.
While season three of supernatural western horror Wynonna Earp aired in the US and UK over two years ago, Netflix users are patiently waiting for the series to land on the platform after getting through seasons one and two.
Netflix has released very little about when (and if) season three will be available to UK viewers, but with season four set for release in the US this month, we've collated everything you need to know about watching the third season before the fourth's release date.
Fingers crossed that Netflix will give us a hint as to when the season will be arriving on the platform. If you simply can't wait, you can buy season three to watch on Amazon Prime Video for 18.99 or 2.99 per episode.
The third season follows the reluctant warrior hero and her team of outsiders as they take on another hoard of monsters, reincarnated revenants and their biggest fears to take down Bulshar Clootie (Jean Marchand), a resurrected demon who wants to find the entrance to the Garden of Eden. 041b061a72