If you're like us, you've probably been binging the Wynonna Earp marathon on SYFY all day. Like so many people in Hollywood lately, the cast and creator of the show have been tweeting along with fans. This has become a popular pastime since folks began to quarantine. In fact, ComicBook has been hosting a few #QuarantineWatchParty events of our own recently with James Gunn joining in during a Guardians of the Galaxy viewing earlier this week. You may have noticed that Wynonna Earp is trending on Twitter today, and that's because there are few fandoms as dedicated as Earpers. Before the cast joined in this afternoon, fans and the series' creator were tweeting along. Since then, Earper Twitter has only gotten better.
"The #WynonnaEarp #TBT Season 1 marathon starts right NOW on @SYFY. Let's take it way back, #Earpers ⏰ And be sure to live tweet alongside our cast, starting at 12 PM EST," @Wynonna Earp tweeted. You can check out the tweet below:
And be sure to live tweet alongside our cast, starting at 12 PM EST. pic.twitter.com/CUy3gRyio3— Wynonna Earp (@WynonnaEarp) April 9, 2020
As you can see, the event featured Varun Saranga (Jeremy Chetri), Tim Rozon (Doc Holliday), Melanie Scrofano (Wynonna Earp), Dominique Provost-Chalkley (Waverly Earp), Emily Andras (creator), and Katherine Barrell (Nicole Haught). Here are some of today's best tweets from Wynonna Earp's cast and creator...
Welcome To The Party, Mel!
Wynonna Earp: A Summary
Earp sisters: one of em gives bones, one of em gets em. #WynonnaEarp— Melanie Scrofano (@MelanieScrofano) April 9, 2020
The WayHaught Content We Need
Bullies never win in the long run. ❤️#WynonnaEarp— Dominique P-C (@DominiqueP_C) April 9, 2020
It's Hard To Watch Yourself Sometimes
This is the scene when Kat Barrell refused to pronounce any of her g’s 🙄🤦🏻♀️ #WynonnaEarp— ✌🏼Kat Barrell ✌🏼 (@KatBarrell) April 9, 2020
More Actor Requests
"Super Gross" Behind-The-Scenes Stories
Conditions Can Be Tough...
...But They Have Each Other
Little did Varun know he would be part of the greatest fandom in the world, thanks for the live-tweeting fun everyone, made quarantine a lot less lonely! ❤️See you soon #WynonnaEarp— Varun Saranga (@VarunSaranga) April 9, 2020
Kids, thanks for tweeting! I may pop back in if the kids aren't setting the house on fire.
LOVE YOU ALL#WynonnaEarp— Melanie Scrofano (@MelanieScrofano) April 9, 2020
Wynonna Earp is expected to come back for a fourth season, but like so many shows, production is currently on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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