Wynonna Earp (Melanie Scrofano) isn't done slaying Revenants just yet. The series has officially been greenlit to start production on the much-delayed fourth season, Syfy, IDW Entertainment and SEVEN24 Films announced on Tuesday.
The fourth season of Wynonna Earp was originally expected to debut this summer, but production was delayed earlier this year while IDW sought ways to fund new episodes of the cult drama. Cineflix Studios has now come onboard to co-produce Wynonna Earp and will now handle international sales for the series.
Production on Season 4 will begin later this year, with an anticipated debut in summer 2020.
"We are absolutely thrilled that we get to make more Wynonna Earp, and are grateful to our networks and partners for working hard to ensure we can," said showrunner Emily Andras. "This is an enormous testament to our passionate and fierce fans, the Earpers, who remind us every day how to fight like hell for the things you love with wit, ferocity and kindness."
"Syfy has never wavered in its support of Wynonna Earp, a unique and important series with some of the most passionate fans anywhere," Syfy said in a statement. "To our Earper friends: Thank you for your patience and faith as we worked with our partners to ensure that Wynonna can get back to where it belongs... on Syfy."
Andras and cast members Scrofano, Katherine Barrell, and Greg Lawson, as well as comic creator Beau Smith, will keep the celebration going during a panel at San Diego Comic-Con later this month, Vulture reports. The cast also shared their joy at the exciting news on Twitter.
EARPERS YOU DID IT!!!!! We're BACK!!!! https://t.co/UrCNoENh0U— Tim Rozon (@realtimrozon) July 2, 2019
Wynonna Earp is available to stream on Netflix.