Wynonna Earp Offers Cheesy Horror, While The Exorcist Presents The Real Thing


Wynonna Earp, the contemporary dark fantasy drama co-produced by the Space and Syfy networks in North America, has received some incredibly vocal support from its online fans, the so-called “Wynonnans”, and a host of mainstream critics since its initial broadcast in 2016. Given its elevated reputation, I thought I’d give the series a binge-watch last night. And what a disappointment that turned out to be. Four episodes into the first season, I gave up on the whole laborious exercise. Despite fervent claims to the contrary, it turned out to be no Jessica Jones, or even close to that surprise hit from Marvel Television and Netflix.

In many ways, the opening scene in the second episode of the Canadian-American show are emblematic of its creative shortcomings. The lead character, the eponymous Wynonna, a female descendant of the infamous Wild West gunslinger Wyatt Earp, confronts a “revenant” or revived corpse…

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