Wynonna Earp gets back in the saddle

Following its season-three premiere last week, Seven24 Films' supernatural western got the greenlight for a fourth season of demon hunting.
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Wynonna Earp is set to return to Purgatory once again.

Bell Media’s Space and Syfy in the U.S. have renewed the Seven24 Films-produced series for a fourth season.

The cast and creators made the announcement at San Diego Comic Con this weekend, where a room full of fans (known as Earpers) chanted “Season four!”

Production on the fan favourite is set to begin in Calgary in 2019, though the number of episodes has yet to be announced.

The supernatural series was created by showrunner, writer and executive producer Emily Andras (Lost Girl) and is based on the IDW Publishing comics by Beau Smith. The western follows a demon hunter (played by Melanie Scrofano) determined to rid the world of otherworldly outlaws.

Season three of the drama premiered on Space on July 20. According to Numeris data provided by Bell Media, Space was the most-watched entertainment specialty among 18-49 year-olds during Wynonna Earp‘s season two Friday at 10 p.m. timeslot.

Seven24 Films’ Jordy Randall (Heartland) and Tom Cox (Young Drunk Punk) serve as exec producers. David Ozer (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency), Ted Adams (V-Wars), Rick Jacobs (Locke and Key) and Todd Berger (Take Two) also exec produce. Brian Dennis (The Best Laid Plans) serves as producer.

Wynonna Earp is produced in association with Space and Bell Media and distributed globally by IDW Entertainment.