Dear White People Vol. 2 is the second season of this comedic discussion of race in America. The quality that characterized the first season continues as the story about a group of black students at mostly white Winchester University moves forward. There are minor spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Review: Dear White People, Vol.2”
Time for a television watcher’s brain dump. This week I’ll offload short thoughts about Wynonna Earp, Nashville, and The Bold Type.
Continue reading “Brain Dump: Wynonna Earp, Nashville, The Bold Type”
What are you watching on Friday night? I certainly hope your answer involves the SyFy channel and especially Wynonna Earp because it’s awesome. Continue reading “Wynonna Earp S2E2 Sneak Peak”
Season 2 of Wynonna Earp raced out of the starting gate, ran 12 furlongs at fun speed, and won everything. Continue reading “Wynonna Earp Season 2 Opened with Surprises”
There is so much news and hype coming out of the San Diego Comic Con. I’m not interested in most of it, but I’m very interested in some of it. Here are some of the things I’m watching happen in San Diego. Continue reading “Trailers and News from Comic Con SDCC”
Wyonna Earp is off to a demon hunting start on SyFy. First let’s talk about some of the familiar, known and loved characteristics of this series. You get a kickass but reluctant heroine Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) who resembles all your favorite such heroines. Think Buffy, Bo Dennis and Jessica Jones. You gotta love Wynonna already. Continue reading “Wynonna Earp: Thoughts on the First Episode”
Wynonna Earp debuts on SyFy on April 1. The demon hunting heroine of the series is the great-granddaughter of the famous lawman Wyatt Earp. Melanie Scrofano stars as Wynonna. Tim Rozon plays Doc Holliday and Shamier Anderson plays Agent Dolls. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Wynonna Earp”
Wynonna Earp is the latest sci fi/fantasy epic to emerge under the guidance of Emily Andras. It will appear on SyFy next spring with Andras as showrunner. Andras was executive producer and writer for such favorite series as Lost Girl and Killjoys.
Since the women created for those past series met every specification for kickass, I’m looking forward to the potential of this female-led series.
The show stars Melanie Scrofano as the demon-fighting Wynonna Earp. To complete the historical references to her famous surname (she’s Wyatt Earp’s great granddaughter), there’s a Doc Holliday in the cast, played by Tim Rozon.
Tim Rozon was an annoyance in Lost Girl. Here’s hoping Emily Andras has found a better use for him in this series. That much gorgeousness shouldn’t go to waste.
Shamier Anderson plays Agent Dolls. That’s all that is known at this point about the cast and characters.
Earp joins a secret division of the U.S. Marshals created to combat killer supernatural creatures known as The Monster Squad. Scrofano’s Marshall will be a motorcycle-riding modern-day gunfighter in the Earp/Holliday tradition.
Wynonna Earp is based on an IDW Publishing comic of the same name by Beau Smith. Series based on comic books may be a bit on the silly side, but they do give us heroines we can admire like Agent Carter, Liv Moore, Supergirl, and now, Wynonna Earp.