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Now that Wynonna Earp will officially return for a fourth season, that means we can stop fighting for the Syfy drama and get back to wondering how Wynonna will fight to get Waverly and Doc (Tim Rozon) back from the Garden. TV Guide caught up with showrunner Emily Andras and stars Melanie Scrofano, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, and Katherine Barrell earlier this month to find out what fans can expect of Wynonna's anticipated return.
With the Earp Curse having been broken in the Season 3 finale, Wynonna's fourth season will be the beginning of a new chapter of the cult hit, which (up until now) centered around Wynonna following her familial destiny to kill demons, otherwise known as Revenants.
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"Without an Earp Curse, what is Wynonna?" Scrofano wondered to TV Guide at New York Comic Con, adding that Wynonna is probably pondering the same question herself.
"I think it just redefines the show on some level," said showrunner Emily Andras. "What does Wynonna fight for now? Who are her enemies? She's also lost Peacemaker, she's not the Earp heir anymore. How's she going to define herself? Is she even a demon hunter anymore?"
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But with Waverly and Doc trapped inside the Garden and all the other citizens of Purgatory mysteriously vanished, Wynonna won't have a lot of time to indulge in her existential crisis. Instead, she'll have to kick into action mode to get her friends back. Because at the end of the day, Wynonna is a show about the motley family its heroine has built, and none of the recent twists (even one as big as the end of the Earp Curse) could ever change that.
"After [the fans fought to save Wynonna], it made me really realize fans love this core group of cast," Andras said. "The show isn't broken. What works about the show...
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