The Season 3 renewal for Syfy’s Wynonna Earp was definitely not a sure thing because the show’s ratings have remained low in its second season, though not too much lower than its first year. But that show does have a very loyal fanbase that has remained active on the social networks, which was noted by IDW Entertainment president David Ozer (the series is based on one of that company’s comics) when he announced the renewal at Comic-Con:
Syfy recognized that passion and when coupled with superior writing, acting, directing and production values, saw that Wynonna Earp was more than just a distinctly unique television series.
The Space Channel also came onboard as an international partner for that show this year, which helps to keep costs down for Syfy. Wynonna Earp is currently airing its second season on Fridays at 10 PM EST.
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July 18th: Game of Thrones Slays Peak TV, The Strain Has Decent Return, Slasher Season 2 on the Way, Ratings Improvements, and More
July 11th: Zoo Could Be in Trouble, Castlevania Gets a Second Season, The Mist is Fading, and More
July 6th: Zoo and Killjoys Continue the Low Ratings Trend of Summer, The Mist Drops, and More
June 27th: The Mist Has a Hazy Start, Preacher Looks Okay, Fear the Walking Dead Holds, and More