I really think that people need to give this series more of a chance, and not just judge the entire body of work based on the series premier. At first I did not like the look of this series but episode three got me hooked! I am really starting to like this series more and more. The more I watch, the more I want to watch. There are some funny scene which are always good, so the show is not so serious and the character have a sense of humor which makes the show look more promising. I look forward to see where the story line is going. The story is an interesting one, and totally worth watching. I really hope this get renewed for a second season!
I was kinda nervous about watching this show after I saw the ratings. But I was mildly surprised. While the pilot had a few flaws, the acting was spot-on and the dialogues were pretty good. If you like shows with action,bad-ass women,the supernatural element & a western twist,I'd recommend giving this show a try. You'll either love it or hate it. Also, Melanie Scrofano is great as a bad-ass gun-slinging demon killer. The villains are interesting unlike some TV-shows where they are just bland.The show doesn't contain too much violence/gore either. The background score is perfect.I can't wait for more episodes! I give this show 8/10!
This is a show I discovered during the 2020 quarantine.
I just binge-watched it like crazy... Twice (so far!).
The writing is fenomenal, it's smart, it's fast-paced, it's funny like hell.
The cast is just brilliant, so well chosen and totally believable in their respective roles. Their individual talents are smartly exploited by the show runner.
Plus: the amazing sceneries of Calgary and a shout-out to the crew for doing a great job in creating the perfect backdrops.So, I do. I declare myself an Earper.
I am really starting to like this series more and more as the actors start to get comfortable with their roles. The more I watch, the more I want to watch. I am enjoying watching the characters become more fleshed out. Sure there are some cheesy bits here and there, but as the series matures this gets better. The writing sort of reminds me of first season Buffy. I look forward to see where the story line is going. I really think that people need to give this series more of a chance, and not just judge the entire body of work based on the series premier. As the actors settle into their rolls, you are not so distracted by them and are able to focus on the story, and the story is an interesting one, and totally worth watching.
The first time I watched the pilot I really wasn't into it, because I didn't watch the second episode.
Now, a few months later, I tried again and am so glad I did! It still takes three or four episodes to get into it, but it's definitely worth the wait. The characters and storylines are getting more depth, and builds up to an excellent season 2, which had me wanting for more! Starting season 3 now, which I hope delivers just as much.
It took two episodes for me to really get into this show. It definitely has some Buffy vibes to it. Which is great if you like genre tv. The thing I like the most is the positive LGBT representation, but that is not the only thing in the show. It's well written, and has great one liners, and the cast is phenomenal.
This show has fun characters and an interesting premise. The dialogue is clever, the acting is great, and just two episodes in it looks like there will be layers to the plot and surprises about people's agendas. I love a show with a strong but imperfect female lead and positive relationships among the characters. There are familiar elements, but they're good ones brought together in a new way - a reluctant heroine, a prodigal daughter returning home to skeptical friends and family, a seemingly inescapable destiny, a wild card and a straight man, and a perky younger sister. TV needs more shows like Buffy and Lost Girl and iZombie and Jessica Jones, and Wynonna Earp hits the sweet spot of being darkish but with humor and strong bonds between characters.I'm looking forward to the third episode and beyond.
This show is truly special. The relationships between the characters, and not just the romantic relationships, are remarkable. Wynonna and Waverly's sisterly solidarity is so pure and steadfast. It's also filled with witty humor that I can't get enough of!
I don't consider myself an Earper, but the fact that I follow this show at all is a step up from my usual apathy.Look, objectively Wynonna Earp is not a particularly great show. The dialogue is deeply cheesy and often terrible. The special effects are atrocious. And season four has developed the unfortunate habit of winking to its fans a little too often.And yet, the whole thing has such effusive love both in front of and behind the camera that I can't help but be caught up by it. The actors are clearly having the time of their lives with goofy material, and that enthusiasm is infectious. WayHaught is one of the best ships in recent memory not just because it's fairly well-written, but because Dominique Provost-Chalkley and Katherine Barrell are clearly invested in their characters and doing right by them. And no matter how corny or ridiculous Wynonna's antics become, Melanie Scrofano anchors the show with her fearless performance.In short, the definition of guilty pleasure TV. Give it at least the first five episodes to hit its stride and don't take it too seriously - it certainly doesn't - by then you won't even think about looking back.
This is one of my favourite shows. The graphics can be pretty cheesy, but if you can get past that then amazing. It tackles some big issues and is so representative, 10/10 from me
Wynonna Earp is such a great show. Female-driven, action-packed, with amazing LGBT representation. Melanie Scrofano is an amazing lead, and the rest of the cast is equally wonderful.Watch this show for a good laugh and a good cry.
I have to admit not everyone will like it but I love it! It's different, it's wacky, it's messy, it's funny, it's about demons and monsters, also it's a western with love story/ stories and hilarious one liners. Plus Melanie Scrofano and Tim Rozon are just brilliant.It was bit slow to start but I'm glad I stuck around.