It's time for that very special part of the holidays: Christmas wishes from the cast of shows which, on the whole, feel kind of odd to have Christmas episodes.
Wynonna Earp, for instance, is creepy, funny, violent, and a lot of other things -- but full of holiday cheer wouldn't necessarily have been high on our list. However, over at Nerdist, they tracked down series stars Melanie Scrofano and Dominique Provost-Chalkley engaging in a little off-kilter caroling on the set of Wynonna Earp season 2.
The series, which is based on the creator-owned comics by Beau Smith, sees the title character -- a member of the "Black Badge Division," essentially marshalls of the supernatural -- take on all manner of threats, along with her sister and her companion Doc Holliday.
Speaking directly to the "Earpers" is no surprise for these onscreen sisters: the cult-hit series felt like it spent most of its first season on the cancellation bubble in terms of raw ratings, but the passion of the fan base and their visibility on social media are said to have had a big impact on keeping the show -- which is making appearances on a number of "year's best" lists -- afloat.
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Wynonna Earp will return on April 8.