Maybe they were the anti-fanon. Maybe Waverly and Nicole were the only couple who could’ve won this all along.
This should be chill.
The finale of Wynonna Earp’s fourth (and likely final) season is a love letter to the fans by way of a big gay wedding.
WayHaught vs Juliantina vs SuperCorp vs Villaneve! It’s Mayhem!
Yeah, I’m not sure March Madness is doing much for my sanity.
It’s the (probably?) penultimate episode, and you aren’t ready and we aren’t ready. Nicole Haught, though? Born ready.
Some of these choices are going to really test your loyalty!
32 couples remain!
So many gays in superhero suits and space!
Shit is starting to get real for girls, guy, and gays of Purgatory as we creep through the fog toward the final episode.
Purgatory’s Trivia Night turns into a competition for who has the tastiest brain and Waverly learns why Nicole has been too afraid to show her face in town.
It’s Halloween in Purgatory and Waverly and Wynonna don’t remember their own names.
Everybody loves Waverly! Wynonna Earp is back for a love drunk mid-season premiere.
These might be the last six episodes of Wynonna Earp, so let’s savor them.
We’ll always have Purgatory.
Everything comes to a head in the midseason finale, as Wynonna faces down enemies old and new and Waverly fights for Nicole’s life.
Wynonna searches for Peacemaker while Waverly helps her girlfriend as the consequences of Nicole’s actions start to hop into the light.
Waverly and Nicole take Rachel on a field trip to a junkyard to find Peacemaker while Wynonna is stalked by a Reaper in this spook-tacular episode.
Nicole tries to protect the Homestead from a People Eater while Waverly helps Wynonna compete in a Chili Cookoff FOR FREEDOM. This episode is bonkers, y’all.
This episode is Way Haught from beginning to end, though things aren’t all quite what they seem.
After a two-year hiatus, Wynonna Earp is FINALLY BACK! And everyone is fighting like hell to get back to one another, with the help of old and new friends along the way.