Wynonna Earp renewed at Space

U.S. net Syfy has also signed on for a third season of the Seven24 Films-produced supernatural western.
Wynonna Earp

With season two still underway, Space has renewed supernatural western Wynonna Earp for a third.

The Bell Media-owned specialty has ordered 12 hour-long episodes of the series, created by Emily Andras (Lost Girl). Space boarded season two as a production partner in May and premiered the sophomore season on June 9. Season one aired on Hamilton, ON-based indie broadcaster CHCH.

The series airs on Syfy in the U.S. The science fiction-focused channel announced at Comic-Con in San Francisco on Saturday that it has also renewed the series. Season three will premiere on both channels in 2018.

Based on the IDW Publishing comic book series created by Beau Smith, the series stars Melanie Scrofano as the gun-toting, demon-hunting great granddaughter of Wyatt Earp. It also stars Shamier Anderson (Race), Tim Rozon (Schitt’s Creek), Dominique Provost-Chalkley (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Katherine Barrell (Workin’ Moms), Varun Saranga (Schitt’s Creek) and Tamara Duarte (Longmire).

Wynonna Earp is produced by Calgary’s Seven24 Films, in association with Space and Bell Media, and distributed internationally by IDW Entertainment. Andras serves as showrunner, writer and exec producer. Seven24′s Jordy Randall and Tom Cox also exec produce alongside David Ozer, Ted Adams, Rick Jacobs and Todd Berger, while Brian Dennis produces.

According to Numeris information provided by Bell Media, since its season two premiere on June 9, Wynonna Earp has seen its total audience increase 52% compared to Space’s season one re-broadcast of the series, which aired April 15 to June 3.