Wynonna Earp: Season 2 (Full Season)
June 11, 2017 7:06 AM - Season 2 (Full Season) - Subscribe

Wynona and the gang must deal with a whole new level of evil when a variety of demons enter the Ghost River Triangle when Season 2 premieres.
posted by oh yeah! (6 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
I know there were only a handful of us watching at the start of S1, but I figure there may be enough people/interest to keep a full-season S2 thread going, what with the S1 having been added to Netflix. Also, the show runner Emily Andras and a bunch of the cast (Dolls, Haught, Waverly, & Doc announced so far) are going to be at DragonCon in September, so I want to have somewhere to geek out afterwards if I make it into any/all of the panels.

Den of Geek review - Season 2 episode 1: Steel Bars and Stone Walls: "How long until Black Badge finds out about Sheriff Nedley and Officer Haught? What did Dolls say to Doc? What is the significance of Wynonna's keys? Who or what is wearing that fantastic (and presumably deadly) jewelry that just exploded its way out of a crate in Black Badge? For the love of all that is good in this world, will someone please get Doc back his hat?"
posted by oh yeah! at 7:20 AM on June 11


Is this worth watching? I got through the second episode of "season 1" and it just had this handwavy made up on the fly, need a baddie, well there's demons over at the next trailer court. Magic gun rules, cute sister knows the story or not, and oh I'm with a super sekret agency see I have an official badge and you have to do what I say. I guess it didn't click, but does it get better?
posted by sammyo at 7:41 AM on June 11


I guess it didn't click, but does it get better?

I forget at what point of season one I went from 'meh, it's ok I guess' to actively liking it, it just kinda crept up on me. I know I found the mythology confusing/nonsensical at the start but I don't know how much of that was bad writing on the show's part versus me only half-watching in the beginning, or a deliberate writing choice to let the audience be as in the dark as the characters. But I don't think that the show runner was making it up on fly, they definitely had an arc planned for the serialized plot despite starting out with more of a monster-of-the-week format. I think you might want to give it another couple episodes and see if you get hooked on any of the characters. I like the sisters' relationship, the WayHaught ship, and Doc pushes all my buttons (in a good way).
posted by oh yeah! at 1:13 PM on June 11 [1 favorite]


I forget at what point of season one I went from 'meh, it's ok I guess' to actively liking it, it just kinda crept up on me.

This happened to me too, with season one. I was watching early on, all, "yeah okay bad girl tropes got it summer fare blah blah," and then suddenly after a few more episodes, I had changed to, "Is it on now? My precious bebes! I love you all don't fight you're all my favorite! Bring me all the tumblr gifs!"

I even rewatched season one on Netflix a few weeks ago and I'm not much of a re-watcher. It did confirm for me that the first few episodes are wobbly, and there's some stuff that's just confusing (mostly around their relationship with Gus) but mostly it's really fun and charming.
posted by Squeak Attack at 2:43 PM on June 12


Wynonna is sad about the band breaking up, misses Dolls, thinks she's haunted by Willa, and waffles about being the leader.

Waverly nurses her grudge against Willa, reads her diary, burns her stuff and takes her old room. Waverly has a Willa problem. Also Waves goes to bed with Haught for the first time.

Wynonna and Waverly save a new character named Mercedes, and get some bad ass slo-mo hero walks in the process. Also, there's a nexus of evil in the basement of an old school and somewhere, Buffy is nodding her head and sighing.

Doc has "ponies that need waterin'" and Wynonna has a powerful thirst but he keeps leaving her high and dry!

Doc cracks Lucado's safe (literally and not figuratively which she does offer later), buys Shorties, and recruits a woman named Rosita to brew up something in the basement.

Jeremy fails to impress.
posted by Squeak Attack at 11:06 AM on June 19


Den of Geek - Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Shed Your Skin
In the wake of Willa's death & Dolls' departure, Wynonna struggles with her grief... and killer spiders.


Just finally got around to watching this episode tonight. I didn't realize that Haught & Waverly hadn't slept together yet, guess I just assumed it had been happening off-screen in S1. And I don't know if I was supposed to remember Earl from S1, but that was moot by the end at least.

Also, there's a nexus of evil in the basement of an old school and somewhere, Buffy is nodding her head and sighing.

Ha!
posted by oh yeah! at 8:13 PM on June 20


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