Wynonna Earp

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Demon outlaws? Magic guns? Spiked coffee? Just another day at the office for motorcycle riding, whisky-slinging, fast-talking heroine Wynonna Earp. After a troubled adolescence spent in and out of juvie, she's returned to her hometown of Purgatory, hellbent on ending the family curse, which resurrects every one of the villains her legendary ancestor dispatched.
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Audio languages
English
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  1. 1. Purgatory
    April 1, 2016
    43min
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    On the night of her 27th birthday, Wynonna Earp—descendent of the great gunslinger Wyatt Earp—reluctantly returns to her hometown to take on her family's legendary curse.
  2. 2. Keep The Home Fires Burning
    April 8, 2016
    43min
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    Wynonna struggles to marry her impetuous nature with the rules imposed by the Black Badge Division, just as her return to Purgatory has attracted unwanted attention. Henry the drifter makes a bargain he may not be able to uphold.
  3. 3. Leavin' On Your Mind
    April 15, 2016
    43min
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    A posse of Revenants goes on a killing spree, but Wynonna soon realizes their random murders have a darker, more sinister purpose. Waverly challenges Henry's motivations and sets out to unearth more of his past.
  4. 4. The Blade
    April 22, 2016
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    Wynonna and Dolls must act quickly as Purgatory residents start dropping dead, killed by an apparently invisible assailant.
  5. 5. Diggin' Up Bones
    April 29, 2016
    43min
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    Wynonna and Dolls make a daring raid on the trailer park run by Purgatory's lead Revenant. Henry finds himself face to face with an old friend—and an old nemesis.
  6. 6. Constant Cravings
    May 6, 2016
    43min
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    Wynonna hunts down one of the Revenants responsible for the attack on the Homestead fifteen years earlier. Waverly unravels a mystery left behind by her Uncle Curtis.
  7. 7. Waking After Midnight
    May 12, 2016
    43min
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    Waverly throws an engagement party, but Henry's quest for revenge puts her guests in grave danger. Wynonna teams up with an unlikely ally to investigate a killer targeting young women.
  8. 8. Two-Faced Jack!
    May 20, 2016
    43min
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    Henry and Deputy Marshal Dolls put aside their differences to infiltrate a Revenant hive—while Wynonna must employ all her wits to avoid becoming a serial killer's next victim.
  9. 9. Bury Me With My Guns On
    May 27, 2016
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    Still shaken by her encounter with the last of the Seven, Wynonna turns to drink—and other lustful activities—for solace. Soon she's swept up in Henry's vendetta to find and defeat the woman who wronged him.
  10. 10. She Wouldn't Be Gone
    June 3, 2016
    43min
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    Wynonna and Dolls investigate the haunting, snowy Barrens where rumors of a bloodthirsty beast could prove Bobo�۪s undoing���and their own. Henry confronts his murky future and takes action with Waverly�۪s inadvertent help.
  11. 11. Landslide
    June 10, 2016
    43min
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    The Earp girls' world has been rocked by their discovery in the Barrens, but Wynonna must swing back into action when a gambler is torn apart in his hotel room. Henry meets a mysterious stranger on the road out of the Ghost River Triangle.
  12. 12. House Of Memories
    June 17, 2016
    43min
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    An admirer with a gruesome vendetta has someone familiar in a tight spot, while Wynonna races to outwit Bobo Del Rey—and protect Dolls from a new foe.
  13. 13. I Walk The Line
    June 23, 2016
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    Wynonna faces down her most terrifying nemesis yet at a horrific personal cost. Waverly learns a shocking truth about her own past, and Dolls makes an impossible choice.

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  • Here Comes Trouble
    1min
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    Demon outlaws? Magic guns? Spiked coffee? Just another day at the office for motorcycle riding, whisky-slinging, fast-talking heroine Wynonna Earp.

  • Who is Wynonna Earp?
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    Learn more about the action-packed, supernatural thriller, Wynonna Earp.

  • Behind the Scenes
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    A look behind the scenes in the making of Wynonna Earp.

  • Cast of Characters
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    Meet the men and women who make up the cast of Wynonna Earp.

More details

Directors
Paolo BarzmanRon MurphyBrett SullivanPeter Stebbings
Producers
Brendon YorkeJames HurstAlexandra ZarownyPaolo BarzmanBrian DennisTed AdamsDavid OzerRick JacobsTodd BergerJordy RandallTom CoxEmily Andras
Season year
2016
Network
IDW Entertainment and SEVEN24 Films
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Format
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591 global ratings

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SomechickReviewed in the United States on July 25, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great show! Earper for life!
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For a Syfy show that at times doesn't take itself too seriously and has some goofy cheesy moments (Stupid Carl!), there are also a lot of meaningful themes portrayed by a great cast. This show is just a good time for the casual fan of this genre. You might go into it expecting fun fluff...you know with a badass female lead fighting demons with a glowing gun....but you'll also get a heroine that has a complicated history, difficult family relationships to work through, revenge vs doing the right thing, coming of age and realizing your true self...and more. The writing is witty, current, and there are truly some great lines in every episode. The characters are far from one-note. You'll hate the big bad one moment and have compassion for them in the next. I've heard the show described as Buffy meets Justified, and that's pretty accurate. If you get into the fandom, the cast is super interactive on social media, there are some great fan groups (@WynonnaFans) and podcasts (Tales of The Black Badge) to accompany the show, and everyone seems to have an overall good time. Highly suggest this show. Plus yeah...Wayhaught!
16 people found this helpful
Ms. ButtercupReviewed in the United States on June 9, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Some very strong scenes throughout this first season more than make up for occasional weaker ones
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Overly dramatic, which I find tired and tiresome, but entertaining. Some very strong scenes throughout this first season more than make up for occasional weaker ones. Doc is one-of-a-kind; watch at least one episode to enjoy his olde time quirks. Dolls is a plywood cutout early but gets more interesting later on. Wynonna could chew nails for breakfast and spit out a switchblade or a vibrator, depending on her mood. Her little sister Waverley brings out her softer side, and the youngest Earp's exuberance (and deputy girlfriend) bring a much needed lighter side to the show. (I hope they don't screw that up!) It's been a fun and pretty well balanced emotional ride in season 1. Recommended.
16 people found this helpful
RipleyMDReviewed in the United States on August 7, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Give This Wonderful Show a Try!
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There are things I look for in movies and shows I love. Good writing is way up there for me but also characters I can relate to and character development. Also, good storytelling and acting. This show has all that in spades. Usually among the main cast there are characters I'm ready for the story to move on from, I'm impatient when they are onscreen because I'd rather be seeing other story lines. That is not the case with Wynonna Earp! For different reasons I love all the characters and their interactions with each other. The relationship that grabs me the most are the sisters - Wynonna and Waverly. They are so different but accept each other as they are and have a wonderful supportive relationship. It's a close call though, all the relationships bring something special to the mix (Wyonna/Doc/Dolls/Nicole/Waverly). In the next season I'd like to see more of Wyonna/Nicole, the episode that focused on them was one of the best. I've heard a lot of people compare Wyonna Earp to Buffy and I agree they are there. Comparing a show to Buffy is a really high bar to hit. Give this fledgling show a chance to grow into what Buffy did! I hope SyFy gives it a chance to do that. I'm hoping the show comes out on Blu-Ray at some point, I'd like to buy it in that format too.
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K. MarchantReviewed in the United States on June 26, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
A New Cult Classic
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A modern, weird western with a strong female lead that sends demons back to Hell with her famous great-great-granddaddy's gun -- what more could you want? WYNONNA EARP is a show that I'm glad I checked out, as it has become my new favorite show. I actually bought the entire season without having seen the show prior and, though I was worried that I wouldn't like it (even after reading the comics and extensively reading viewer reviews), I'm extremely glad I did, as I have enjoyed it enough to rewatch the first season.

First and foremost, I enjoy it's ability to tell a story with both drama and wit by using complex, yet flawed, characters. I know that seeing flaws within characters is starting to become apparent in film and television, but this show embraces these characters' flaws, as it makes up who they are and how they develop as heroes. The characters are, obviously, what makes WYNONNA EARP. The cast is awesome in taking on and embracing their characters and having wonderful chemistry with each other. I honestly can't imagine anyone else bringing Wynonna to life the way Melanie Scrofano has; she truly "gets" Wynonna's character. I also enjoy Tim Rozon's portrayal of Doc Holliday, as it is quite exceptional (right up there with Val Kilmer). Though I love all the characters, Doc is hands down my favorite character...which brings me to my next point.

The biggest appeal to me, overall, was the Wyatt Earp angle of the story. I like the fact that the show's overall concept is about Wyatt's great-great-granddaughter taking on a curse that was placed on his descendants and that she uses his gun, Peacemaker, in order to break the curse. The fact that Doc Holliday is featured within the show is the icing on the cake for me, as I have been fascinated with the real Doc Holliday for quite sometime, and his inclusion was how I found out about the show. I know this was a major appeal to my dad, as he also enjoys watching the show, too (and he typically doesn't get into genre television).

If any negatives, however, it is that some of the graphics can be quite campy and the show can be a little grotesque at times. It's something that can be distracting, but can also be easily overlooked after a few episodes. Some of it doesn't necessarily bother me, but I can see how it could be distracting to some viewers.

Overall, this is a show that I have enjoyed and try to recommend to everyone. If I had to briefly describe it to anyone, I typically describe it is a feminist version of SUPERNATURAL or SUPERNATURAL meets BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER. It's a show that couldn't have come on at a better time, especially with the rise of audiences wanting more diversity within film and television, as this show delivers on diversity. WYNONNA EARP is a show that delivers on both drama, humor, and heart. Ultimately, though, it's a show that will be, if it's not already, an eventual cult classic.
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Chloe BirdReviewed in the United States on January 7, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
A good time...
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This show is just fun! If you like sassy, ass kicking female leads this show is one to watch. There is great chemistry between the leads (who are sisters) giving heart and force in equal measure. This show's premise is that Wyapp Earp was cursed and that each of his heirs will have to fight and kill all 77 of his kills or die trying. The newest Heir is Wynonna, a lost and deeply scarred young woman who returns home just in time for the fight. She, along with her plucky baby sister and a stone faced Marshal with a dark past fight to save themselves and to avenge the family that they have lost. None of the characters are perfect nor do they pretend to be; they are messy, destructive and not always likable but they are fun to watch. It is not high art (though the landscape is beautiful) or a show for deep reflection but it is a great ride and I am looking forward to a new season.
5 people found this helpful
Doc RakestrawReviewed in the United States on September 10, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
The most enjoyable new show of 2016.
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The most enjoyable new show of 2016. Bar none. It often takes one or two seasons for a cast and crew to really understand the characters and set ups they're dealing with. By episode two, this cast had fully assimilated their characters and just kept making things better. Demon haunted, Wynonna has to come to grips with her unexpected responsibility as the heir to the Earp family curse. Wounded by her past, uncertain of her future, she faces the demon army haunting the town of Purgatory with brashness, bravado and a wit sharp as a Bowie knife. Add sister Waverly, along with a new Marshall and a slightly older gentleman gunslinger, and the demons are in for a Hell of a fight. It's been a long time since I've been so thoroughly hooked by a new show. Can't wait for season two.
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dimplesj4Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Add To My List of Fave Comic Book/TV series Heroines
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Love it!! Get past the 1st episode since the CGI or whatever special effect they use for the fight scenes are poorly done. It gets better though since I think they get rid of that special effect crap and go with actual physical, stunted fight scenes. Lead actress is phenomenal. Great plot with interesting premise. If you're not into sci-fi, fantasy or comic book heroes then it may not be for you. But if you are into that and you love sarcasm, a smart and bad ass female lead character (with a hot sister and equally hot girlfriend 😉) or if you're into guys, Dolls and Doc aren't bad to look at either. Then you'll approve of Wynonna Earp. Ecstatic there's a season 2. Can't wait!
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BandicootReviewed in the United States on August 24, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
"It was honestly as if [IDW] had cooked up my perfect project in a lab
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Wow. Okay. Just discovered this show. It's your supernatural western thriller.Buffy meets Justafied. Talking about how the project came about, showrunner Emily Andras said, "It was honestly as if [IDW] had cooked up my perfect project in a lab. It is absolutely the perfect property. It's got a demon-hunting cowgirl, who's a complete hot mess, and it takes place in the west -- and it just felt so fresh and real and witty...

Wynonna Earp is relentlessly goofy. There's definitely a sort of grindhouse, Robert Rodriguez flair to the proceedings, but it's less From Dusk Till Dawn and more From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but if you commit to watching this show, strap in for loads of hammy dialogue, overdramatic characters and cheesy special effects. That's not to mention the storytelling, which is convoluted as sin. The good news is, Wynonna Earp never takes itself too seriously and in fact relishes the absurdity.
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