Wynonna Earp creator teases what she had planned for season 5

Tasha Hegarty
·2-min read
Photo credit: Syfy
Photo credit: Syfy

Wynonna Earp might have been cancelled before a fifth season could be made, but that doesn't mean the storylines weren't there just in case.

The show's creator and writer, Emily Andras, has opened up about what she had planned for future seasons of the show.

Besides tying up loose ends and meeting up with a few more monsters, she has plenty of ideas to have kept things going, though she admitted to Deadline that she's not spilling all her secrets.

Photo credit: SyFy
Photo credit: SyFy

"I think we only dove into the tip of the dark angel Waverly storyline. Has Wynonna completely resolved her relationship with being a demon hunter and the gun?" she said.

"Of course, now Nicole Haught as well – she's this thing called the Angel's Shield and she's not permitted to leave the Ghost River Triangle. What does that look like? Are there supernatural abilities affiliated with that, or is she just a mortal who literally can't leave this prison?"

"And now, of course, Doc Holliday is not a vampire, but I'm not sure if he did that on the up and up. Vampires are a very famously vengeful bunch. I'm not sure they're going to love the way he went about this."

Photo credit: Michelle Faye/Wynonna Earp Season 3, Inc./Syfy - NBC Universal
Photo credit: Michelle Faye/Wynonna Earp Season 3, Inc./Syfy - NBC Universal

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She admitted there will always be more stories to tell in this world and she would love to revisit it all again one day.

"There's always more story, especially in a show like Wynonna Earp. There's always another demon hiding under the bed, and I'm confident there's a million different ways to continue telling those stories.

"If we do a movie 5 or 10 years from now, see where people are at, I would love to do something like that."

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