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SyFy Renews 'Wynonna Earp' For A Fourth Season


According to Comicbook.com, the Syfy series 'Wynonna Earp' which aired its season three premiere this past Friday - has officially been renewed for a fourth installment. The show follows a titular young woman of the same name, played by actress Melanie Scrofano, who is the great-granddaughter of legendary gunslinger Wyatt Earp. Wynonna is cursed with hunting the demons and other supernatural creatures that emerge in her small town, before they escape and bring wrath upon the world. The program airs Friday nights at 9 PM EST on Syfy.

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