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‘Wynonna Earp’ star Tim Rozon resurrects Doc Holliday (Includes interview)

“These last three years have been the years of doc holliday wynonna earp hair,” Tim Rozon laughs.

Not only does the Montreal actor rock a full beard on the hit CBC comedy Schitt’s Creek, now airing its second season on Pop TV in the U.S., he grew an epic mustache for his role as legendary gunslinger Doc Holliday on the new supernatural western Wynonna Earp, which airs Fridays at 10 p.m. on Syfy in the U.S. and Mondays at 9 p.m. on CHCH in Canada.

“When I first saw the old picture of him, I thought, ‘That’s a real big mustache,'” he recalls. “It took me about four and a half months to grow.”

Rozon is near giddy when he calls from WonderCon in Los Angeles. A couple of days earlier, the Wynonna Earp cast was treated to a tour of IDW Publishing, which issues the Beau Smith comics the series is based on, and he’s still buzzing from the thrill. “I’ve been a comic fan since I’m a kid,” he gushes. “I’ve got a comic book collection at home. I’ve been waiting for this forever. Even when we got to go to San Diego and tour the IDW offices, I was taking pictures of the IDW sign, and everyone’s like, ‘What are you doing?’ And I’m like, ‘You don’t understand, we’re at IDW!’ You know, we met Kevin Eastman, and I was freaking out, and Jim Lee came by to see us. I mean, these are the people I was freaking out for.”

In truth, Rozon has been freaking out since he first found out Doc Holliday was up for grabs in Wynonna. “It’s just one of those parts that I had to have,” he says. “I capital one credit pre approval I could play it. It’s the one that had been waiting for me.”

Not that landing his dream role didn’t come with pressures. “I panicked,” he laughs. “I mean, when I got the role, as elated as I was, I panicked because it’s Doc Holliday, you know? It’s a character people love and they do not want you to mess it up.”

In movies, Holliday has been played by everyone from Kirk Douglas to Dennis Hopper to Val Kilmer, and Rozon was careful not to fall into mimicry when he brought the icon to the small screen. “I’d seen a lot of those performances and loved them,” he explains. “I made a point of not going back because I wanted to do my own version of Doc.”

As for his version of Holliday, he says, “I tried to make it a little funner than I think he’s been done before.”

Holliday cuts a mysterious figure early in the series. Crawling up from the botton of a well into the modern-day town of Purgatory, Wyatt Earp’s former sidekick doesn’t immediately seem interested in helping Earp’s great-great-granddaughter, Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano), hunt down rowdy demons that have been resurrected by a family curse.

“People always ask, ‘Well is he good or is he bad?’ Rozon says. “They’re like, ‘Is he a villain?’ But I’m going to tell you, in my experience in playing villains, when I play a villain, I don’t think the things that I’m doing are bad. I think the things that I’m doing are good. It’s the way you perceive them as bad, you know what I mean? I think Doc lives in a gray area where he has his own doc holliday wynonna earp throughout this show.”

Wynonna Earp was shot in Calgary and he says the set was laid-back and happy. “Eveybody was super present. We really lucked out on this cast. Everybody was super chill and everybody believes in the project, so it was just fun. And Calgary, it’s beautiful.”

As for Doc Holliday’s grand ‘stache, he shaved it off immediately after production wrapped. But not without regrets. “Seriously, I had mustache withdrawal,” he laughs. “It’s a thing. People don’t know it exists, but it does. As quickly as I thought I wanted it off, when it was gone, I didn’t.”

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The mustache may be gone, but Rozon still has facial hair to keep him company. For two years, he has played fully-bearded Mutt Schitt on Schitt’s Creek, and the show — which nabbed nine Canadian Screen Awards in March — will soon begin filming its third season. He’s coy about Mutt’s future on the show, but admits his face is a bit of a giveaway.

“I’m not allowed to give spoilers, but I will say this,” he offers, pausing dramatically. “I’m right now growing a beard. How’s that?”

Rozon, who is also known for roles on Instant Star and Lost Girl, says Schitt’s Creek has been a challenge because he hasn’t done much comedy over the course of his career, but being around the show’s megawatt cast has been humbling and inspirational. “I’ve just been so blessed to be a part of it, because, I mean, they’re just legends. You know, Eugene [Levy] and Catherine [O’Hara], and Chris [Elliott], they’re so amazing and they’re so funny and they make the whole process look so easy. But there’s a science to comedy that I’ll never quite understand, and I think they’re just born with that, and it’s amazing doc holliday wynonna earp watch.”

He says the show’s younger cast is just as impressive. “Most of my stuff was with Annie Murphy and she’s so good, she’s so great. She plays a character that if you read her on paper, most people would think that they wouldn’t like, but you end up falling in love with her, and that’s just a testament to her, you know? And what most people should know but maybe don’t know is that the show is Daniel Levy. I mean, he’s not only starring in it, but he’s writing, he’s producing. Without Dan Levy, there is no Schitt’s Creek.”

Next up for Rozon is attending the premiere of his new film Unearthing at the Arizona Film Festival on April 20, and in his downtime, he can be found helping out at Garde Manger and Le Bremner, the two restaurants he co-owns in Montreal. “I love them just as much as I love acting,” he says. “To be honest, you’d never know I was an owner, ever. If anyone would ever see me there, I’m probably wearing an apron.”

And if restaurant patrons happen to see Rozon sporting a mustache and a smile, they’ll know Wynonna Earp has been renewed for Season 2 and Doc Holliday is about to rise again.

“I tell everyone now that if you see me with a mustache, I’m a happy guy,” he says.

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‘Wynonna Earp‘ airs Fridays at 10 p.m. on Syfy in the U.S. and Mondays at 9 p.m. on CHCH in Canada (Note: Canadian viewers can live stream ‘Wynonna Earp’ on the CHCH website at 10 p.m. on Fridays and again at 9 p.m. on Mondays)

‘Schitt’s Creek’ airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Pop TV in the U.S.

‘Schitt’s Creek’ can be streamed on CBC.ca in Canada

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Источник: https://www.digitaljournal.com/entertainment/wynonna-earp-star-tim-rozon-resurrects-doc-holliday/article/462382

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Having just finished watching the 2 seasons i feel the need to have a go at a Doc Holliday outfit, I already have patterns I can use for his coat and waistcoat.
It looks like the coat might be a wool tweed?
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Is the hotels near university at buffalo a Stetson? It looks a little different to ones I've seen before.

Then there's the gun, you guys should easily be able to point me in the right direction for this :)
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Thanks!

 

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Josh is a longtime super hero comic fan and an aspiring comic book and fiction writer himself. He also trades in videogames, Star Wars, and Magic: The Gathering, and he is also a budding film buff. He's always been a huge nerd, and he hopes to contribute something of worth to the wider geek culture conversation. He is also happy to announce that he is the new Reviews Editor for Bleeding Cool. Follow on Twitter @joshdavisonbolt.

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Wynonna Earp Series Finale: Did Wynonna And The Rest Get Satisfying Endings After Four Seasons?

Warning: HUGE SPOILERS AHEADfor the series finale of Syfy'sWynonna Earp, called "Old Souls."

The wild ride of Wynonna Earp has come to an end, with a finale following on the heels of arguably the most harrowing battle that Wynonna and Co. ever had to win. Instead of trying to deliver a finale that would top the penultimate episode when it comes to grandness of scale and epicness of storytelling, "Old Souls" focused on the characters more than the plot, delivering some twists that were years in the making, closing some doors, and opening new stories that won't be explored in another season.

All of which raises the question: did Wynonna, Doc, Waverly and the rest get happy and satisfying endings after four seasons of Wynonna Earp, with no sign that a last-minute rescue is on the way for a fifth season? Let's break it down, and it's a sign of where Wynonna Earp took the stories in the finale that some character endings have to be entwined, including for the formerly lone wolf Earp heir herself and everybody's favorite newly mortal gunslinger.

Wynonna And Doc

The case of the week was more a source of wedding-related hijinks when Wynonna got stuck in Waverly's haunted wedding dress after trying it on, and she recruited Doc's help in trying to get it off. And not in the fun way! After the penultimate episode last week ended with Wynonna realizing some of the mistakes she'd made and Doc de-vamped, it was inevitable that their relationship would come to a head for better or worse in the series finale. In true Wynonna and Doc style, it was worse before it was better!

Wynonna discovered what seemed to be a letter from Doc telling her that he was leaving Purgatory after the wedding. Unlike me, Wynonna was not so immediately impressed by his 19th century penmanship that it took priority over the contents of what he'd written. There were misunderstandings galore as Wynonna accused him of always walking away, Doc calling her a coward in matters of the heart, and Wynonna not realizing that the "letter" was just him practicing what to say.

They more or less came back to good terms for the wedding, but it was an emotional parting when Doc confessed that thoughts of love sustained him when he was down in the well, but Wynonna said that she couldn't leave Waverly. Tears were flowing and admissions of love were almost dropping, but Doc left and Wynonna stayed. until Waverly found out and gave Wynonna the speech she needed to forgive herself, free herself from the burden of protecting everybody in Purgatory, and allow herself to love and be loved. Growth!

Which in Wynonna Earp terms meant that she got on doc holliday wynonna earp motorcycle, chased Doc's car, and shot Charlene to stop him. But she caught him, they dropped the "I love you" declarations straight to each other's face, and rode off into the sunset, with Doc holding onto Wynonna on her motorcycle, both all-in on each other. Those crazy kids worked it out, and between Waverly talking some sense into Wynonna (and proving how capable she is by taking down the wedding dress witch herself), Wynonna seems to be in a good place to build a life with Doc. As for what they decided to do next. well, more on that lower.

Waverly And Nicole

Fortunately for fans of Wynonna Earp's most consistent and healthiest couple, the WayHaught wedding was wonderful, even if it didn't go off without a hitch or two courtesy of a haunted wedding dress, homestead mishaps, and another dramatic chapter in the Wynonna/Doc saga. The brides looked beautiful, Nicole asked Nedley to walk her down the aisle and had Wynonna as maid of honor, Waverly asked Doc to be her best man, and they recited truly lovely vows. Sure, there weren't exactly many guests and they had to deal with some crises before tying the knot, but that knot is tied!

Of course, the new wives also aren't going anywhere, since Nicole made her pledge to become guardian of the Ghost River Triangle to save Waverly, but Nicole made it clear to Waverly that she's not upset that they can't go off on an adventure like Wynonna and Doc. Nicole is just happy to be able to stay at home, and Waverly showed some growth of her own in saying goodbye to Wynonna and sending her off to try for her own happy ending. They're married, content, and nobody was coughing up frogs or going full dark angel, so I for one count it as a win!

It's fitting that their scene at the homestead was the last of the series before the shot of the three signs over the "Earp" mailbox, reading: "AND HAUGHT," "sometimes HOLLIDAY," and "Everyone Welcome." And if you weren't emotional after their final scene followed by the mailbox, then you are made of sterner stuff than I am!

Jeremy Chetri

Alas for poor Jeremy, he was the one surviving member of the Season 2 team who didn't get to end up with their big love interest of the series, as there was evidently no going back to what he and Robin lost. The good news for good old Jeremy is that he's done wallowing over Robin, and his prospects are looking good professionally and even romantically. He received a phone call letting him know that he's been promoted to Deputy Chief of the BBD and will be in charge of the area of the Ghost River Triangle. Not too shabby at all for a guy who was previously just a BBD underling with weird crotch powers!

And even better for Jeremy, he put his foot down on not starting his new job right away, because he first citizens bank visa online a date! And it wasn't an easy date to come by, thanks to a case of mistaken identity leading Jeremy to accuse a cute waiter by the name of Damon of being a demon responsible for everything going south at the wedding.

Luckily, Damon accepted Jeremy's very weird apology, which bodes well for Damon accepting more weirdness that will presumably come his way if he starts a relationship with BBD boss Jeremy. Jeremy is all set up to lead at his job and maybe even find love again with Damon! Just so long as he doesn't revisit the idea that Damon is a demon.

The Rest Of The Family

Other than the central five characters of Wynonna, Doc, Waverly, Nicole, and Jeremy, the Wynonna Earp finale didn't deliver a lot in the way of closure. Nedley was taking Rachel and Billy fishing, to let Waverly and Nicole have the house to themselves after getting married, and his dynamic with Rachel has been fun in Season 4. Presumably due to pandemic precautions, Wynonna Earp only alluded to characters who weren't present, like the newly-vamped Mercedes and Aunt Gus, rather than including them as wedding guests, although there was a nice nod to Dolls with a chair at the wedding marked with his name.

Speaking of Gus, though, the one big thing that I got wrong about the Wynonna Earp series finale was that I thought Gus would show up for Waverly's wedding with a certain someone in tow, and like Dolls, Gus did have a chair with her name on it. And while I was wrong about Gus showing up with somebody to see Wynonna and Doc, I wasn't wrong about the finale delivering some closure there.

Bonus: Alice!

Little Alice might not have turned up at the wedding with Gus or even gotten a name-drop at the end, but Wynonna suggested to Doc that they make a pit stop in Miracles, Montana, and he connected the dots that Miracles is where their daughter is. Doc wondered out loud if she would recognize them, and they were both all smiles when Wynonna said that she'd "take that bet." Doc and Wynonna are off to see Alice, and if that scene wasn't just the gosh darn cutest for these two characters who never got more than a few moments with their daughter before they had to send her away, then I don't know what is!

So, did all of these endings make for a satisfying Wynonna Earp series finale? I for one am perfectly happy with it, since it didn't end on any painful cliffhangers that would never be resolved due to the cancellation. The WayHaught wedding happened with as few hitches as could be hoped for on Wynonna Earp, Wynonna and Doc got their acts together and are heading off to find their daughter, and it was a hopeful ending. That said, I cared far more about Wynonna Earp characters than the plot, so I won't be surprised if some fans aren't thrilled that the finale wrapped up the case quickly to focus on other things.

Were you satisfied with how Wynonna Earp ended? Let us know in our poll below, and if you're already in the mood to revisit some Wynonna Earp days gone by, you can find the first three seasons streaming on Netflix now. For some upcoming viewing options, be sure to check out our 2021 spring premiere schedule.

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5 Reasons To Watch ‘Wynonna Earp’

Wynonna Doc holliday wynonna earp is what you would call a horror-western. A genre that I didn’t know existed until I watched the show and one that I can definitely get behind. Based on the comic books by Beau Smith, created for TV by Emily Andras (who worked on Lost Girl), it first aired in the USA in 2016 on Syfy and has finished its third season. You can find it on 5 Spike in the UK, and it is also on Netflix so is perfect for binge watching.

The show follows Wynonna Earp (played by Melanie Scrofano, Being Erica, The Listener) as a descendant of the renowned Wyatt Earp as she heads back to the town of Purgatory in the aptly named Ghost River Triangle. She finds herself faced with the “Earp curse” where every 27 years, all of Wyatt Earp’s kills rise as zombie-like “revenants” that can only be put down by the Earp heir Wynonna, and Wyatt’s legendary weapon, Peacemaker.

The witty banter in the show, dark comedy value, and the supernatural elements mean I would recommend this show to those that were fans of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Supernatural.

Here are 5 reasons why you should add this kick ass show to your to watch list!

1. Doc Holiday

Wyatt Earp’s one time companion Doc Holliday doc holliday wynonna earp one of my favourite characters on the show. He has a lovely accent and an “old timely” way of speaking, and has a wonderful style, and look at that fine moustache!  Canadian actor Tim Rozon (Instant Star, Schitts Creek) does a brilliant job portraying the gunslinger and putting his own spin on the role.

One of my favourite scenes is when Doc learns to drive his stolen pink 1979 Lincoln Continental car, as well as coming to terms with using a mobile phone. He provides humour to the show, but also tends to be involved in most of the drama, as he doesn’t always make the best decisions, and has a lot of history and a fair few enemies.

2. Diversity and Inclusivity

Wynonna Earp has a picked up a large LGBTQ following which is thanks to the popular, long-standing same-sex couple that is bisexual Waverly Earp (played by Dominique Provost-Chalkey) and Police Officer Nicole Haught (Kat Barrell). This fan favourite pairing is affectionately known by its doc holliday wynonna earp name – Wayhaught.

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Comic nerd and scientist Jeremy (played by Varun Saranga) also identifies as gay on the show. The show has been recognised and nominated for a GLAAD Award for the outstanding drama series.
Wynonna Earp also won a People’s Choice Award for the best Sci-fi/fantasy Show of 2018, beating competition including Shadowhunters and The Originals.

3. The Fandom

The fandom itself is another reason to watch the show. Proudly known as Earpers, some fans have taken to buying billboards in New York’s Times Square to share their appreciation for the show and to show the TV networks just how loved it is. The movement #fightforwynonna has come about after there are rumours that IDW Entertainment, the studio behind the show, may not be able to proceed with the season 4 as first promised. Not content with just tweeting a hashtag, the Earpers decided it was go big or go home.

Wynonna Earp Season 4 Billboardsvia @nedleysoffice on Twitter

The actors on the show have been getting involved with the campaign, recently with Tim Rozon (Doc Holiday) doc holliday wynonna earp Michael Eklund (Bobo) taking a trip down to the action now known as Earp Square to hang out with the fans. The actors and the creator Emily have a lot of time for the fans, always hanging out on Twitter and responding to as many Earpers as possible.

The Earpers are a very inclusive community, with many conventions taking place around the world. Examples include Earpapalooza in October in St Louis in the USA, Earpercon in September in London in the UK, Next Stop; Purgatory in November in Paris and The Earper Homestead Convention in August in Toronto.

4. Villains You’ll Love To Hate

I love a show with a grey character. Are they good or evil? Are they friend or foe? Bobo Del Rey (that has to be one of the best names ever right?) takes up this role in season one. He is played by the talented Michael Eklund (Bates Motel, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency) and I love every scene that he is in, and I cannot imagine anyone else playing this unstable character. No spoilers here, but there is definitely more to his complex story than first meets the eye. Also – the fashion is ridiculous. Look at the coat, Lady Gaga would be proud.

5. It’s Funny!

I mentioned this briefly earlier, but the show is hilarious! Sometimes it verges on the ridiculous. Each character has their own sense of humour, and there is banter back and forth, silly one-liners and plenty of innuendos. Of course there are serious moments, and dark moments, but I’ve found that watching Wynonna Earp cheers me up when I’ve had a bad day, which gives it the feel good factor. Hopefully, it would do the same for others too. Seriously, give this show a go!

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Tim Rozon Explains the 'Wynonna Earp' Season Finale

On Wynonna Earp, Doc Holliday is a legend. A gambler, gunslinger and an old friend of Wyatt Earp, Doc is a staple when it comes to stories of the Old West. Now, in Wynonna Earp, a still-kicking 160-some year-old version of Doc is every bit the legend that the tales of lawmen and outlaws lead us to believe.

Played by Tim Rozon, Wynonna Earp’s Doc Holliday is a man who’s spent years at the bottom of a well, waiting for revenge when Wyatt’s great granddaughter Wynonna comes along. Having some valuable firsthand experience with the revenants that Wynonna’s hunting (pre-demon, of course), Doc becomes a central part of the Earp Revenant Removal Squad.

We spoke with Rozon about Doc’s place in the world of Wynonna Earp, about Episode 12 and what’s coming up in the season finale.

Doc gets himself into quite a bit of trouble in Episode 12, being strung up and having knives thrown at him. What was that scene like to film?

The actor who played Big Bubba, he was actually already in the show [in Episode 5 as Vinnie the Viper]. But he was so good the first time and so creepy that they had to bring him back so they gave him a twin brother. He’s a great actor and we had a great time shooting together.

But what I love is that they put in there that Doc was a knife fighter. He was actually well-known for being amazing with his knives, not just his gun — Doc was really really good with knives so I was so happy that they put something in there that was real Doc history.

One of the most central relationships in the show is the one between Doc and Wynonna. What was that dynamic like to flesh out?

People are always asking me, “Are you Team Doc or Team Dolls?” and it’s like, ‘Do I have to choose?’”

I think that the Doc and Wynonna thing was going to happen, right from the start. They were such wounded characters that saw something in each other that was safe and that both of them can relate to. Whether it was good or bad, it was there. And their connection was kind of right off the bat. They were barreling towards each other and what happened was just bound to happen.

Watching the Dolls and Wynonna thing over 12 episodes…as a fan, I want it to happen. I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I’m waiting for it to happen. And I don’t think that Wynonna needs to choose Doc or Dolls. I’m a firm believer that not one of us alone is enough man for Wynonna Earp. Maybe a combination of both of them can handle her. I also think that Docs never going to make her choose…I think he’ll always be in her life. In one way or another, I think they’ll always be attracted to each other.

Another relationship we’ve seen more of towards the back half of the season is the relationship between Doc and Waverly. What was that like to explore?

It’s like a brother-sister thing, and you think he’s the one looking out for her and protecting her, but actually it’s her looking out for him and protecting him most of the time. And he’s so obvious, he doesn’t see it. But in a lot of ways, I believe that the Waverly character is the anchor of the entire show. She kind of grounds all of the characters, characters that are so crazy and out there and selfish in their own motives and it leaves Waverly there kind of caring about other people.

Even Wynonna, God bless her, she’s so hell-bent driven on just killing all these revenants that she forgets there are other people in her life that matter. I think the reason that Doc and Waverly understand each other and care about each other is they’re both the underdogs. They understand that they’re never going to be #1. Wynonna’s always going to be #1 and they have to accept it. So I think they’re drawn to each other in a way that they care about each other and understand each other and they love each other.

I love that dynamic. Give me more Doc/Waverly scenes.

Right. I love that Doc is the first person that Waverly tells about her relationship with Nicole.

Me too, and I thought Doc’s reaction was amazing. He’s from 130 years ago and it didn’t phase him at all. He wants Waverly to be happy. It was cool with him. I think Doc Holliday’s a fan of WayHaught, that’s what it is.

She’s also the first person that calls him out that he loves her sister. Waverly sees Doc…I don’t think other people understand Doc, but Waverly does.

As we approach the end of season 1, I assume that we’re going to see Doc in more danger. Can you tease anything about what’s coming?

Listen, Emily Andras is a genius. Every storyline is going to get dealt with and wrapped up by the end of 113. And then a bunch of stuff is going to happen that’s going to blow everybody’s mind and nobodys ready for it. People’s minds are going to be blown. People can come up with as many theories as they want, it’s not going to be as crazy as what’s going to happen in 113.

This interview has been edited for brevity and clarity.

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‘Wynonna Earp’ Finale: Creator Emily Andras On Unexplored Season 5 Stories, How Syfy Series Made Her “Braver In Every Way”

SPOILER ALERT: This post includes details about the series finale of SYFY’s Wynonna Earp.

It all came full circle for the Earp sisters in the series finale of Syfy’s Wynonna Earp. The supernatural series from creator, executive producer and writer Emily Andras, went out with a bang as Wynonna Earp (Melanie Scrofano), Waverly Earp (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) and the rest of the gang gathered for one last family gathering at the homestead.

The final episode “Old Souls,” written by Andras, finally brought Waverly and Nicole Haught’s (Katherine Barrell) long-awaited wedding to center stage. As the soon-to-be newlyweds (a.k.a. WayHaught) prepared the Earp homestead for an intimate ceremony, Wynonna tries on her sister’s wedding dress for cheap thrills. The fun comes to an end when she realizes the wedding gown is impossible to remove, even when a non-Vampire Doc Holliday (Tim Rozon) attempts to cut it off her body.

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Naturally (or supernaturally), the wedding dress lives with a hex from a Lizzie Borden-type bride that curses every wedding in the Ghost River Triangle to end in a bloody massacre. Doc and Wynonna attempt to fool the killer bride-turned-bridal shop owner into lifting the curse, but to no avail. Before the demon unleashes her wrath, Waverly interrupts to effortlessly trap and appease the villain herself.

Later, in the small ceremony officiated by Jeremy (Varun Saranga), Nicole and Waverly exchange their vows and say their “I do’s.” Though the finale may not feature a heartbroken cupid infecting characters with love sparkles, romance was in the air for the small group of friends. Beyond the newlyweds, Jeremy sets a date with a handsome caterer, Rachel (Martina Ortiz-Luis) gets another chance with a non-Reaper Billy Clanton (Billy Bryk) and Wynonna recognizes her true feelings for Doc, who plans to leave Purgatory behind to live his mortal life to the fullest.

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Wynonna, after receiving pressure from her found family, slaps on her signature leather pants and fringe jacket to chase down Doc on the outskirts of the Ghost River Triangle.

“I love you Doc. I love you in that bottom-of-the-deep-dark-well way. I love your face and your butt and your drawl and your heart,” she tells her long-time demon-slaying partner. “And I love the way you love my sister and I love the way you love me.”

After Doc reciprocates his feelings for Wynonna, the two leave behind almost everything, save for each other and Peacemaker. They drive down the open highway on Wynonna’s hog for their next adventure, which may even include a stop in Montana to visit their daughter Alice Michelle.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve traveled light,” Earp says.

Andras spoke to Deadline ahead of the series finale to break down WayHaught’s big day, the future Purgatory’s Scooby gang and more. Read the full interview, which has been edited for length and clarity, below.

DEADLINE: How did the finale match up with what you had originally planned from the very beginning of the series? 

EMILY ANDRAS: What was important to me on Wynonna Earp with the finale is to give everybody some version of happiness. It didn’t have to be perfect because Wynonna Earp, both the show and the heroine, have never been perfect. They’re messy. They make mistakes. They’re sly, but I really think the message I wanted to convey was if you can find any semblance of joy and happiness and contentment in your life, that’s good. That’s rare, and you know, sometimes you shouldn’t look a gift in the eye. That’s enough. That can be enough if you let it be enough.

DEADLINE: Was the WayHaught wedding always slated to be in the finale? What about Doc and Wynonna setting out for a new chapter?

ANDRAS: I mean, “always” is a tough word, right? You always start with the best intentions, and I think you have to have a plan, certainly, when you’re starting out a series, but things evolve. If I had known I had eight seasons, I probably would’ve pushed the wedding a little later, probably would’ve found another reason to keep Wynonna and Doc around, but the wedding really felt like a gift to the fans who have supported us – including members of the LGBTQ community. It’s very rare for two gay characters, particularly women, to have a happy ending on TV. That was not something I was going to compromise on. I was determined to give WayHaught, Waverly and Nicole, a happy ending. And I think they are happy, which is good.

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With Doc and Wynonna, it just felt like the right move for them to leave. The pilot episode starts with Wynonna very reluctantly coming back to this town that hates her, and just looking for the first excuse to get the hell out of there, but she kind of is trapped and blackmailed to stay, and she does stay ultimately for her sister. For her sister to give her permission and say things are different, this is your home now, you will always be welcome here, and I know you’ll always return to me, but go and have adventures, go with the man you love and go see what happens – it felt like a nice bookend to where we started. I was pretty pleased with that.

DEADLINE: In February, during the mid-season break, Syfy announced that the series would end with season four. What kind of work did you need to do to accommodate an unexpected series finale?

ANDRAS: We always had the specter of season five hanging over our head, and we were very hopeful. We only found out the show would not be returning on Syfy in January or February, and we had finished shooting in about August.

What we were really dealing with mid-season was the pandemic like everyone else. We went back in July after shutting down in March. I think that because the show has been through the ringer behind the scenes, as far as finances and studios and different networks, I felt that I couldn’t risk having a typical Wynonna Earp finale with a million different cliffhangers. I did think it was worth it for the audience who have been so loyal to at least give them this ending.

There are some storylines that we just haven’t resolved. We have sort of this character who shows up in the first two episodes of season four named Eve, who’s a shapeshifter who seems to be on the loose. We just don’t know where she is right now.

As far as shifting, not that much work had to be done. I just couldn’t risk it. I knew at the beginning of season four that I needed to make sure I hit the wedding and some sort of happy ending for Doc, Wynonna. It was bittersweet, but now that the writing is on the wall, I’m very happy we planned it out that way.

DEADLINE: In addition to Eve, there seem to be other loose threads at the end of season four, like Kate’s whereabouts. What were the other storylines that you were hoping to explore if you were given a season five?

ANDRAS: I mean, I got to keep some of my cards close to my chest. I have a million ideas. I think the return of some villains who maybe we haven’t quite dispatched with, even when it looks like we have. Certainly the Eve storyline. 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? 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.

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. There’s a million different ways for this to live. But it’s funny, it’s like giving birth. Sometimes right after it’s over, you’re like “never again.” “That was so hard,” and then you start to look at your beautiful baby, and they grow up, and you get some distance from the pain, and you’re like “well, actually…”  Now that it’s been a while, I really do think there’s stuff I can tell, but whatever happens I’m genuinely so grateful to have had this experience.

DEADLINE: We see everybody gather back on the Earp homestead, where it all started, for yet another family event. How did you come to the decision to bring everything full circle location-wise? 

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ANDRAS: I think both the town and the homestead in particular was a very dark, haunted place for the Earp family. Obviously, there had been a lot of death and destruction. Wynonna has literally shot her own father when she was 12 years old there. Lots of people have died on the homestead. Anytime we seem to be there, there seems to be kind of an awful terrorism event, for lack of a better term. It felt like a way to reclaim that space.

Because of the pandemic, this was the first season that we’ve ever shot in the summer. So, as far as the wedding was concerned, we had such a gorgeous day and we could be outside. Our art department kind of made it look like the greatest Pinterest board of all time. I felt like that was a real gift. It just had a different feeling, and I feel like, it made me quite wistful. Even just having the core characters at the wedding instead of a big crowd, I feel like this was the found family that has fought so hard to redefine their legacy, redefine who they were to one another. But to redefine also this place, like literally to make it a home, but with all the positive connotations that come with that word.

We’ve come so far from the pilot where Wynonna goes back to this kind of abandoned homestead and it’s just such a source of shame. That’s a good metaphor for who the characters were and a lot of the themes we were trying to explore on the show.

DEADLINE: The wedding features empty chairs that represent people who were lost in the series one way or another – Michelle, Julian, Dolls and even Mercedes. How did you arrive at that sequence?

ANDRAS: We knew that we were going to limit the number of people on the homestead, and that was indeed because of the pandemic, but also it did feel right. Like, who are you inviting? Are you inviting Mercedes? Well, then are you inviting Kate? Are you inviting Bunny Loblaw? Then we’re flying people in. I think they would’ve kept it to their core group.

Honestly the art department had set it so beautifully, and then they had set out chairs just so we had the sense of an aisle. My director, Paolo Barzman, and my art director, Trevor Smith said everything looks perfect, but were a bit concerned that these chairs look weird. They came up with this idea where we write the names of the fallen or the missing or the loved ones who couldn’t be here on nametags. I had talked way earlier when we were in prep on the episode about how I wish we could have the ghosts, some type of a ghost of people who had gotten us here, who had kind of ushered WayHaught to this moment of joy and unity.

We had like 20 PAs on set just grabbing markers and writing out nametags, and then it was a real team effort, which is very much Wynonna Earp – very collaborative, good ideas can come from anywhere. It’s one of my favorite parts in the wedding.

Every time I see Dolls’s empty chair right up front, I just think nobody would be here without him and his sacrifice, and there’s something so joyful about them honoring him, again, not with shame, but like with love and recognizing his sacrifice and that he made them all who they are.

DEADLINE: What were some of the other Easter eggs or callbacks in the series finale?

ANDRAS: This happens a lot when you have really lovely fans – the fans have been asking me to do a cameo forever, but I am not an actress at all. I don’t have any interest in being an actor, but I did cave and do the smallest cameo. I am the voice on the phone, the BBD voice who phones Jeremy to tell him that he has a new job as Deputy Director. So, that was my big Meryl Streep moment. It’s terrible, but I feel like that’s my acting debut and that’s the end of it.

DEADLINE: What does the finale mean for Black Badge Division after their secret operation to rid Purgatory of the demons? Is BBD totally in the clear?

ANDRAS: Oh, God, no. I feel like the BBD is like the Force in Star Wars or like HYDRA in Marvel, like you cut off one head and another head grows. I think they’re always in the shadow, waiting. I think they’re more powerful than you think. I think they’re strategic and always bide their time. I think it’s good that they were bested in season four. I think Jeremy will be one of the best bosses they’ve ever had for the Purgatory branch, for the Ghost River Triangle. Never count out a nefarious government organization. Someone needlepoint that – I think that’s a good takeaway.

DEADLINE: If you could expand this universe, for movie or a spinoff, what other threads would you like explore?

ANDRAS: I could write 10 seasons of Mercedes the vampire taking New Orleans by storm. Are you kidding me? Like, there’s so many comedy ideas, or I’d love to do a WayHaught spinoff and bring in more people. I think Rachel growing into her own, or what about Rachel and Alice 20 years from now kind of working together to police the Ghost River Triangle? I’d do Doc and Wynonna going to through state, dealing with supernatural stuff. I think it’s such a rich world and the tone is so fun that there’s lots of potential for reboots or spinoffs or just a continuation of these beloved characters’ stories.

DEADLINE: What did the final days of shooting and celebrating the series’ end look like, given Covid-19 precautions and safety measures?

ANDRAS: There’s two days in particular that really strike me. Obviously, one was the wedding. I mean, it was just so loaded. There was a lot of pressure for it to be very emotional and very beautiful, and I feel like everybody was actually quite serious. They felt that energy, that this was a moment that we had been waiting to deliver and that the fans will have been waiting for, but again, it was just like the universe was smiling on us. It was a beautiful summer day, late August in Calgary, Alberta. We were on the homestead. It couldn’t have been more beautiful. Everybody was very playful, having so much fun together. I just walked around that set, walked around the homestead, really trying to take it in just in case it was the last time, and just thinking about what a miracle it is that we built this. We built this both figuratively and literally. We all took some rocks from the homestead, just sort of for memories.

The the actual last day of shooting was Doc and Wynonna, Melanie and Tim, on the motorbike. It seemed right to put those two together on the last day. They’re very good friends, and it was about them. Again we were kind of in the mountains of Alberta, beautiful day, watching them on the motorbike. I love the image of like Wynonna’s still driving and Doc is secure enough to be on the back. I felt like that was a very iconic, very Earp-y moment where she’s still kind of in charge, but it was very tearful. There were a lot of tears, a lot of hugs, a lot of goodbyes, but a lot of joy. I don’t think anyone wanted to leave that feeling, and of course at the end of the day you’re always hoping that you’ll cross paths again. It was absolutely perfect.

Probably quite a few tears from me on the camera truck as I was looking at the motorbike.

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DEADLINE: What did it mean to you to bring unapologetic feminist and LGBTQ stories to TV?

ANDRAS: I really wanted everybody to have nuance. I really feel like I have been privileged enough to figure out that that’s my brand. I’m really interested in taking traditional male spaces in a genre and just taking all the people who would normally be on the margins of the story and making them the heroes. I really love the idea of taking a Western with Wynonna Earp and making the women the gunslingers and the queer characters the heroes. They’re even the angels.

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Another thing that was really great always for me about Wynonna Earp was because we had so many incredible queer and female characters, I never felt like any one of them had to represent the community as a whole. Like, I feel like Waverly and Nicole and Jeremy and Robin, they were all very different people, and Wynonna and Waverly and Nicole and Mercedes and Kate, they were all very different women. Then you see these male characters who really admire the female heroes in their life and weren’t necessarily threatened by that. It felt like a very nice opportunity to turn those traditions and tropes on their heads. I feel that’s just what I want to do going forward with my storytelling. I just don’t want to ever go back. I think that’s what brings me joy, and I think the passion of the audience shows that there’s just a huge, huge fanbase out there for familiar worlds and familiar genre told through a completely unique and different set of eyes.

DEADLINE: As the creator, executive producer and writer of Wynonna Earp, what is your biggest takeaway from helming the series?

ANDRAS: I think that you really need to know what your lines in the sand are. Showrunning and creating and writing in television, it’s collaborative and it’s compromise all the time, and you can’t be a bully and you can’t be a monster about it. If you want to make great TV, you hire the best people you can. You need to let them do their jobs alongside you, and they will lift you up too.

There’s enough glory and triumphs and victories for everyone, but at the same time, it has really taught me personally what I’m willing to compromise on, I’m just not willing to compromise anymore on the characters that aren’t fully fleshed out or diversity, or gender representation. I feel kind of buoyed by the sense that like if you make something unique, there is an audience for it. It doesn’t have to be for everyone, but it really has to be authentic, and that’s what Wynonna Earp has taught me, that people understood the stories we were trying to tell ferociously. It has made me braver. It has made me braver in every way I think, but also grateful.

DEADLINE: What’s next for you?

ANDRAS: My brain is going a mile a minute. I mean, I definitely am very interested in staying in genre. I have some things I can’t quite announce yet, but I’m very excited about. I would like to be even more ambitious with my insane feminist agenda with storytelling. I really want to go for the brass ring. I want to do a big feminist, queer space opera. I want to tackle the fantasy realm. I want to visit ageism and fat culture. Again, spotlight people who maybe don’t get to see themselves on TV. I just want to keep showing new heroes in a way that is both unexpected and feels like it always should’ve been there.

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Let’s talk about John Henry “Doc” Holliday. If what we’ve seen so far of Wynonna Earp Season 3 is any indication, our favorite gun-slinging marionette puppy is in for a rough time.

When Wynonna Earp Season 2 ended, Doc was forced to give away his baby girl minutes after meeting her, lost his immortality, and went to hell after being killed in the previous alternative universe episode, Wynonna Earp Season 2 Episode 11, “Gone As A Girl Can Get.”

Coming into Season 3, Doc is still dealing with the emotional fallout of all of those things and not dealing with them particularly well.

It’s hard to blame Doc for struggling. What he went through at the end of Season 2 would be devastating for anyone.

But, for Doc, a character that spent most of his life hiding behind nihilism and fate, these events also seem poised to kick off an existential crisis of sorts, and one that’s been a long time coming.

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Wynonna Earp is a show about fate and free will, decisions, and consequences, and it was actually Doc who introduced that tension.

During their first interaction, Doc and Wynonna talk about Wyatt Earp and his choice to be a gunslinger. Doc corrects Wynonna’s use of the word “want” and says:

Wyatt Earp wanted to be a farmer. 30 seconds in the O.K Corral and a gunslinger he was made. Sometimes life chooses for us.

As viewers, when Doc says that, we hear it in terms of Wynonna and the burden of the curse that’s been forced upon her.

It is most certainly that. This scene and that last line foreshadow one of the show’s most consistent and powerful themes — defiance in the face of destiny and doing what’s right even when up against forces larger than ourselves.

Wynonna is a character that has stopped running. At the end of Wynonna Earp Season 1 Episode 1, “Purgatory” when she saves Waverly from the revenants that kidnapped her, she stands up and says:

I’m going to put you in the ground like it’s my job. Because you know what? I’m starting to think it is.

At that moment, Wynonna makes the choice to own her fate and everything that comes with it. She is done running.

She’s going to fight back even if the game seems fixed. That resilience and determination are two of the things that makes Wynonna the aspirational character that she is.

But that line is an important part of understanding Doc too. Doc and Wynonna present a sort of contrasting exploration of choice versus fate.

If Wynonna’s fate is shaped by the choices life made for her, Doc’s fate is shaped by the choices he made himself, even if he doesn’t want to acknowledge that.

Where Wynonna feels the weight of every decision, whether it’s fair or not, Doc uses fate as a nihilistic abdication of responsibility for what happens in his own life and the lives of others impacted by his actions.

The implication that line from the pilot paints when viewed in the context of Doc is that what he describes as fate is actually the consequences of choices.

30 seconds in the O.K corral might have made Wyatt Earp the gunslinger he never wanted to be, but, whether it was the right choice or not, he chose to participate in those events. Life didn’t choose for him.

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Along those same lines, as much as Doc in Season 1 wants to focus on what the Stone Witch did to him and be a victim of external forces, he still ultimately chose to make that deal.

Later on in Wynonna Earp Season 2 Episode 8, “No Future in the Past,” we even learn that he chose to stay stuck in that well instead of giving up his immortality.

The Doc we meet in Season 1 is selfish. He has a sense of entitlement and belief in what life owes him.

Time and again we see Doc justify selfish actions, even actions that put the Earp sisters in danger, by focusing on revenge and what happened to him. He deflects to the external rather than engaging in much scarier self-reflection.

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There are moments where you can see that Doc doesn’t really believe his own cynicism though. Little moments of regret accentuated by a look or a gesture from Tim Rozon that add depth and an inner conflict perhaps hinting at the moral reckoning coming to a head in Season 3.

It’s only upon meeting and getting to know the Earp sisters that those cracks start to translate into changed behavior. Waverly and Wynonna both play a part and hold up different mirrors that reflect who Doc is and who he can be.

Wynonna, of course, is the one he loves, and much of the selflessness we see in Doc later on is motivated by that love.

But Doc also recognizes parts of himself in Wynonna, so when she keeps fighting, keeps making the unselfish choice, it underscores the hollowness of his cynicism and reflects back a picture of himself Doc doesn’t particularly like.

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Because she perseveres where he gives in, Wynonna forces Doc to acknowledge his moral failings and start to truly reflect on them for the first time in his very long life.

And then there’s Waverly.

Most people who watch Wynonna Earp regularly know that Doc and Waverly have a special relationship and that, next to Wynonna, there is no one Doc cares about more (Baby Alice probably now a second exception). Like Wynonna, Waverly holds up a mirror for Doc but her mirror reflects something different.

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One of Waverly’s best traits is her capacity to see the best in people. She can see the hero in Doc even if he can’t. Through Waverly’s eyes, Doc can see the best version of himself, the version he could choose to be if he’s brave enough.

Between the two Earp sisters, Doc can see two paths.

One where he remains the self-centered, self-professed victim of life, or the one where he strives to be the better person that Wynonna is and that Waverly knows he can be.

As the first season progresses, Doc starts to change as a result of his relationships with Wynonna and Waverly, or at the very least he makes better choices.

Through almost all of the second season, that selfish entitled character we met in the pilot seems a distant memory. His utter devotion to the Earps and loyalty to his entire found family is enough to soften even the hardest heart.

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But starting with Wynonna’s request for the ring that gives him his immorality and ending with giving his baby girl away, Doc’s newfound selflessness is tested.

There are little signs that this reformed, unselfish Doc isn’t quite as complete as he appears.

The drunken pity party he throws himself after losing his immortality (even if it’s pretty understandable) and the flippantness with which he treats Rosita and his relationship with her, all harken back to the morally ambiguous character we met in Season 1.

But when Season 2 ends, how Doc will deal with everything that has happened and what he learned is left ambiguous. It isn’t until Season 3 begins that we see the existential crisis these events triggered.

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Wynonna Earp Season 3 Episode 1, “Blood Red and Going Down,” sets up Doc’s rather fragile emotional state, but it’s on Wynonna Earp Season 3 Episode 2, “When You Call My Name,” that Doc’s moral crisis comes pouring out.

During what would turn out to be their final conversation, Doc almost pleadingly reminds Dolls that he went to hell, the same place Wynonna sends revenants to. He asks if this is his reward, convinced the outcome is fixed no matter what he does.

Once again, he’s echoing the entitled, “What I’m owed” sentiment that motivated his obsessive and often reckless quest for revenge on Constance Clootie.

Towards the end of their conversation, Doc tries to pull Dolls into his spiral by telling him they are the same, that they both face the same damnation and their actions are meaningless.

But Dolls doesn’t flinch and doesn’t let Doc off the hook. He responds to Doc with both a powerful articulation of his own character and a challenge to do better, saying:

We’re not the same. I don’t need the threat of damnation to fight for the right side

The challenge Dolls lays out for Doc is the very heart of the questions Doc has to answer before his crisis can be resolved.

He has to decide who he is, and who he wants to be.

Can he be the person who does the right thing without the need of reward or being owed something for his sacrifice? Is he strong enough to truly carry the weight of the consequences of his, not life’s, choices?

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Those answers are not going to come easy, but we should have faith. We should have faith because even if he’s struggling now, Doc hasn’t returned to who he was in Season 1.

Whether it was the hope of redemption, love, or something else that motivated Doc’s changed behavior since the end of Season 1, he has been changed in a fundamental way.

There’s a desperation and fear in Doc’s voice during his conversation with Dolls that wasn’t there when Doc first climbed out of that well.

Part of that is, of course, fear after the experience of being sent to hell, but part of it is because that emotional distance he had from the repercussions of his action seems to have disappeared.

WYNONNA EARP -- Season:2 -- Pictured: Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday -- (Photo by: Michelle Faye/Wynonna Earp Season 2, Inc./Syfy)

When Doc tells Dolls that being a hero also makes them murderers, he is visibly shaken. If it was just his fear of hell, he could have said any number of things to Dolls about fate and the arbitrariness of life.

Instead, he chooses to talk about what his actions, even the ones done for the right reason, make him. For the first time, he feels the weight of responsibility and can’t completely deflect to some external factor as absolution.

Doc has grown so much since we met him. In Season 1 when he lied or engaged in the subterfuge he is so good at, it was always in service to his own ends.

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For example, on Wynonna Earp Season 1 Episode 7, “Walkin’ After Midnight,” he ignores the Blacksmith’s advice to get Waverly to safety and then lies to her about it; all so he could take his shot at revenge against Constance Clootie.

In Season 2 though, he applies those same skills to help save Dolls’ life purely out of love for Wynonna. He puts himself at risk to help Dolls without the expectation of getting anything in return.

That is not something Season 1 Doc would have done.

In Season 3, we’ve seen both sides of Doc.

The entitled, scared victim that lashes out at Dolls about his reward is the same Doc who on Wynonna Earp Season 3 Episode 3, “Colder Weather,” apologizes to Waverly unprompted and without excuses after snapping at her earlier in the episode.

WYNONNA EARP -- "Gonna Getcha Good" Episode 203 -- Pictured: Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday -- (Photo by: Michelle Faye/Wynonna Earp Season 2, Inc./Syfy)

This is in contrast, again, to his actions on Wynonna Earp Season 1 Episode 7, “Walkin’ After Midnight,” when he comes very close to apologizing to Waverly for putting her in danger but never actually does.

He never actually uses the word sorry and even his attempt at an apology is framed with an excuse about the Stone Witch.

More significantly, he ends his apology by inquiring whether Waverly plans to tell Wynonna about what he did. It’s unclear if even this almost apology is motivated by actual remorse or self-centered worry about Wynonna being angry at him.

Little things like Doc’s Season 3 apology contrasted with Season 1 or his unselfish, unwavering support for Wynonna subtly show how he’s evolved.

He is not the man he was. He has been changed by his experiences and by his relationships, but he’s not yet quite the man he could be.

Everything about this show and this character suggest that Doc won’t find his way easily, but he will find it eventually. Undoing a century and half of learned behavior isn’t something that just happens, and Doc is going to fail at times.

The return of his wife Kate (Chantel Riley) will almost certainly force Doc grapple with the consequences of his past actions in ways we’ve never seen, and his fear of returning to hell will continue to color his choices and interactions.

He is going to make decisions this season that frustrate and even devastate us. He may hurt the characters we care about and damage relationships he’s built.

But as much as Wynonna Earp is about fate and consequences, it’s also about compassion and embracing ambiguity. So let’s have faith.

Let’s have faith in flawed characters to persevere even after they mess up, and let’s have faith that, even if it’s a long road, Doc will choose the path of hero, not life’s victim.

Wynonna Earp airs Fridays at 9/8c on Syfy.

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Sarah is an obsessive geek who likes to get into the weeds and over think things. She is passionate about Sci-Fi and comics and is a giant classic film nerd. Sarah cares deeply about media representation and the power of telling diverse stories. When she's not writing or watching her favorite shows she spends her days working in the non-profit world trying to make life a little better for those that need some extra help.

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Wynonna Earp Series Finale: Did Wynonna And The Rest Get Satisfying Endings After Four Seasons?

Warning: HUGE SPOILERS AHEADfor the series finale of Syfy'sWynonna Earp, called "Old Souls."

The wild ride of Wynonna Earp has come to an end, with a finale following on the heels of arguably the most harrowing battle that Wynonna and Co. ever had to win. Instead of trying to deliver a finale that would top the penultimate episode when it comes to grandness of scale and epicness of storytelling, "Old Souls" focused on the characters more than the plot, delivering some twists that were years in the making, closing some doors, and opening new stories that won't be explored in another season.

All of which raises the question: did Wynonna, Doc, Waverly and the rest get happy and satisfying endings after four seasons of Wynonna Earp, with no sign that a last-minute rescue is on the way for a fifth season? Let's break it down, and it's a sign of where Wynonna Earp took the stories in the finale that some character endings have to be entwined, including for the formerly lone wolf Earp heir herself and everybody's favorite newly mortal gunslinger.

Wynonna And Doc

The case of the week was more a source of wedding-related hijinks when Wynonna got stuck in Waverly's haunted wedding dress after trying it on, and she recruited Doc's help in trying to get it off. And not in the fun way! After the penultimate episode last week ended with Wynonna realizing some of the mistakes she'd made and Doc de-vamped, it was inevitable that their relationship would come to a head for better or worse in the series finale. In true Wynonna and Doc style, it was worse before it was better!

Wynonna discovered what seemed to be a letter from Doc telling her that he was leaving Purgatory after the wedding. Unlike me, Wynonna was not so immediately impressed by his 19th century penmanship that it took priority over the contents of what he'd written. There were misunderstandings galore as Wynonna accused him of always walking away, Doc calling her a coward in matters of the heart, and Wynonna not realizing that the "letter" was just him practicing what to say.

They more or less came back to good terms for the wedding, but it was an emotional parting when Doc confessed that thoughts of love sustained him when he was down in the well, but Wynonna said that she couldn't leave Waverly. Tears were flowing and admissions of love were almost dropping, but Doc left and Wynonna stayed... until Waverly found out and gave Wynonna the speech she needed to forgive herself, free herself from the burden of protecting everybody in Purgatory, and allow herself to love and be loved. Growth!

Which in Wynonna Earp terms meant that she got on her motorcycle, chased Doc's car, and shot Charlene to stop him. But she caught him, they dropped the "I love you" declarations straight to each other's face, and rode off into the sunset, with Doc holding onto Wynonna on her motorcycle, both all-in on each other. Those crazy kids worked it out, and between Waverly talking some sense into Wynonna (and proving how capable she is by taking down the wedding dress witch herself), Wynonna seems to be in a good place to build a life with Doc. As for what they decided to do next... well, more on that lower.

Waverly And Nicole

Fortunately for fans of Wynonna Earp's most consistent and healthiest couple, the WayHaught wedding was wonderful, even if it didn't go off without a hitch or two courtesy of a haunted wedding dress, homestead mishaps, and another dramatic chapter in the Wynonna/Doc saga. The brides looked beautiful, Nicole asked Nedley to walk her down the aisle and had Wynonna as maid of honor, Waverly asked Doc to be her best man, and they recited truly lovely vows. Sure, there weren't exactly many guests and they had to deal with some crises before tying the knot, but that knot is tied!

Of course, the new wives also aren't going anywhere, since Nicole made her pledge to become guardian of the Ghost River Triangle to save Waverly, but Nicole made it clear to Waverly that she's not upset that they can't go off on an adventure like Wynonna and Doc. Nicole is just happy to be able to stay at home, and Waverly showed some growth of her own in saying goodbye to Wynonna and sending her off to try for her own happy ending. They're married, content, and nobody was coughing up frogs or going full dark angel, so I for one count it as a win!

It's fitting that their scene at the homestead was the last of the series before the shot of the three signs over the "Earp" mailbox, reading: "AND HAUGHT," "sometimes HOLLIDAY," and "Everyone Welcome." And if you weren't emotional after their final scene followed by the mailbox, then you are made of sterner stuff than I am!

Jeremy Chetri

Alas for poor Jeremy, he was the one surviving member of the Season 2 team who didn't get to end up with their big love interest of the series, as there was evidently no going back to what he and Robin lost. The good news for good old Jeremy is that he's done wallowing over Robin, and his prospects are looking good professionally and even romantically. He received a phone call letting him know that he's been promoted to Deputy Chief of the BBD and will be in charge of the area of the Ghost River Triangle. Not too shabby at all for a guy who was previously just a BBD underling with weird crotch powers!

And even better for Jeremy, he put his foot down on not starting his new job right away, because he has a date! And it wasn't an easy date to come by, thanks to a case of mistaken identity leading Jeremy to accuse a cute waiter by the name of Damon of being a demon responsible for everything going south at the wedding.

Luckily, Damon accepted Jeremy's very weird apology, which bodes well for Damon accepting more weirdness that will presumably come his way if he starts a relationship with BBD boss Jeremy. Jeremy is all set up to lead at his job and maybe even find love again with Damon! Just so long as he doesn't revisit the idea that Damon is a demon.

The Rest Of The Family

Other than the central five characters of Wynonna, Doc, Waverly, Nicole, and Jeremy, the Wynonna Earp finale didn't deliver a lot in the way of closure. Nedley was taking Rachel and Billy fishing, to let Waverly and Nicole have the house to themselves after getting married, and his dynamic with Rachel has been fun in Season 4. Presumably due to pandemic precautions, Wynonna Earp only alluded to characters who weren't present, like the newly-vamped Mercedes and Aunt Gus, rather than including them as wedding guests, although there was a nice nod to Dolls with a chair at the wedding marked with his name.

Speaking of Gus, though, the one big thing that I got wrong about the Wynonna Earp series finale was that I thought Gus would show up for Waverly's wedding with a certain someone in tow, and like Dolls, Gus did have a chair with her name on it. And while I was wrong about Gus showing up with somebody to see Wynonna and Doc, I wasn't wrong about the finale delivering some closure there.

Bonus: Alice!

Little Alice might not have turned up at the wedding with Gus or even gotten a name-drop at the end, but Wynonna suggested to Doc that they make a pit stop in Miracles, Montana, and he connected the dots that Miracles is where their daughter is. Doc wondered out loud if she would recognize them, and they were both all smiles when Wynonna said that she'd "take that bet." Doc and Wynonna are off to see Alice, and if that scene wasn't just the gosh darn cutest for these two characters who never got more than a few moments with their daughter before they had to send her away, then I don't know what is!

So, did all of these endings make for a satisfying Wynonna Earp series finale? I for one am perfectly happy with it, since it didn't end on any painful cliffhangers that would never be resolved due to the cancellation. The WayHaught wedding happened with as few hitches as could be hoped for on Wynonna Earp, Wynonna and Doc got their acts together and are heading off to find their daughter, and it was a hopeful ending. That said, I cared far more about Wynonna Earp characters than the plot, so I won't be surprised if some fans aren't thrilled that the finale wrapped up the case quickly to focus on other things.

Were you satisfied with how Wynonna Earp ended? Let us know in our poll below, and if you're already in the mood to revisit some Wynonna Earp days gone by, you can find the first three seasons streaming on Netflix now. For some upcoming viewing options, be sure to check out our 2021 spring premiere schedule.

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How Wynonna Earp Sets Up Doc Holliday's Death In The Series Finale

Doc Holliday has lived a hard life following a strict Wild West code. Despite his past, he may find redemption by dying for his Wynonna Earp family.

Wynonna Earp'sDoc Holliday may be fated to die in the season 4 finale. Along with Waverly Earp and Nicole Haught’s triumphant love story, the turbulent romance between the Earp heir, Wynonna, and the immortal gunslinging gambler John Henry “Doc” Holliday drives the show. Wynonna and Doc’s relationship has weathered almost every up and down in four seasons, but its most permanent obstacle has been saved for last. The estranged lovers face perhaps their greatest challenges with Dark Angel Waverly's emergence and the mysterious fog from the Garden threatening the town and people they hold dear. Someone will make the ultimate sacrifice - and it looks to be Doc Holliday facing off with death in the final showdown.

Doc has long been driven by a sense of justice and loyalty. His bond with his friend Wyatt Earp motivated him to protect Earp’s descendants over a hundred years later. In his time in Purgatory, Doc has gone to hell and back for the Earp sisters, at one point even losing his immortality. He ended up selling his soul and becoming a vampire, but that turn of events helped him save Wynonna from Bulshar’s poison. Along the way, Doc has found a path to redemption from his former darker lifestyle and found not only the love of his life but a family for whom he would give up everything.

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He followed Waverly into the Garden without hesitation to protect her when Wynonna couldn’t and emerged from the experience a different man than before. Far more at peace with himself than he was before entering the Garden, and despite fresh conflict with Wynonna, Doc has been tying up loose ends, making his peace and making Purgatory safer for his loved ones. He tried to broker peace with the Clantons, extended compassion to the last human Clanton, Cleo, and rid the town of Amon after the latter attempted to kill the Earp sisters. In a key scene, Doc also forgives Nicole Haught for betraying him to the Clantons, understanding how her actions were motivated by love. All of Doc’s actions in season 4 are those of a man leaving no unfinished business behind.

Since the beginning of this season, it has been hinted that someone on Wynonna Earp was going to choose to pay the ultimate price for love. It won’t be Waverly, whose angelic heart and unconquerable love for her sister Wynonna and fiancee Nicole will prevail over her Dark Angel form.  Although Wynonna would gladly, perhaps too eagerly, lay down her life, Doc won’t let that happen. He understands the world needs Wynonna’s warrior heart to rid the world of demons so that one day she may be reunited with their child, baby Alice.

The only question is how his sacrifice will take place. If Waverly’s father Julian’s angel blood is still circulating within Doc, the Garden might accept him as a sacrifice in place of Waverly even though it rejected him earlier. Doc might even be fatally struck down by Dark Angel Waverly if he steps between her and someone else, most likely Wynonna. There’s nothing he won’t do to protect Wynonna.

If anyone on Wynonna Earp makes the ultimate sacrifice this season, Doc Holliday will be the one laying down his life for his greatest love. A promo for the following episodes shows Doc and Wynonna, dressed very unlike themselves, in a tender moment as though they are saying goodbye. It’s a safe bet that saving Wynonna and everyone who has come to mean so much to him is the outcome Doc finally gives up his immortality to achieve.

Next: Wynonna Earp: Why Nicole Became Sheriff Haught Again

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Donna (DJRiter) has been writing/editing about television, with a focus on the heroes of the CW Arrowverse since 2015. Her in-depth article examining Supergirl’s the Danvers Sisters was published in GIRL OF STEEL, from McFarland Publishing April 2020. She is also a part of Star Trek history having sold a story idea to Star Trek: Next Generation that was incorporated as part of the Season 5 episode - The Next Phase.

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