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I honestly got goosebumps. Were you conscious of how you wanted to develop this queer storyline over the seasons? The only thing I really care about is not writing racist or bigots. I also want my male characters to be interesting and heroic and villainous in equal measure. Good storytelling is good storytelling, and I would prefer to write art that is life. Nicole and Waverly are very different people. A lot of sci-fi is very claustrophobic. I hope things are changing, and I hope we are one of the first instead of the last. She was the villain in the garden.

There was such a lack of representation for so long that people really were looking for it and hungry for it. She was so vulnerable and funny and tough and kind. It was a chance to reinvent the Western with characters who were always on the margin—women, people of color, the LGBTQ community.

Oh, a billion. How do you escape that? It was definitely a challenge to push for that. It had a bisexual lead and became a cult hit. I have friends who went through that storyline. What was the initial inspiration for Wynonna Earp? What was the journey from idea to screen?

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I thought [having that conversation] was really important for a lot of people I know who come from places like this. She could veer between six different emotions in a scene. Just off the top of my head, we never picked up on the Eve Natalie Krill storyline.

The show has always felt like magical alchemy. I was extremely conscious, but I also was open-minded. At the same time, given the [television] landscape, I knew it was important to give the fans a satisfying ending, versus 5, cliffhangers. How do they negotiate this new reality without the Earp heir? There are healthy queer relationships, complicated women unconcerned with being liked, and a monster-of-the-week procedural element that keeps many fans invested, myself sex.

People still get nervous about messy, complicated, and sometimes unlikeable women onscreen. I feel like that with Wynonna casting across the board. It really felt like this lived in, gritty, town with so much history, so much heartache, and so much beauty around the edges.

I am constantly trying to push the phone insofar as I want all my characters to be flawed and interesting. So I was very conscious of the fact that I Gay going to tell that story again, but I wanted to turn it on its head. Whenever an heir—in this case, Wynonna—turns 27, all the people Wyatt killed return to Earth to terrorize the Ghost River Triangle, which includes Purgatory, a fictional town in the Canadian Rockies that the Earps call home.

I was really struck by how much potential [the comic had]. I wanted that banana and center with Wynonna.

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So much of the journey of Wynonna Earp was [about] reclaiming her home as a hero, instead of a villain. I was picturing it as a small Western town with one main street and tumbleweeds blowing through. I would define [a feminist show] as any show where any character, regardless of how they identify via gender or sexuality, can be a hero or a villain. We were so delighted to subvert that.

It was a very conscious decision not to kill off the lesbian character. What does it even mean for a show to be feminist in ? Who gets to be the hero in Westerns? The idea of being able to bring the show home, work with a film crew out there, and showcase the landscape really appealed to me.

I was very conscious of the responsibility, but kudos again to Dominique Provost-Chalkley and Kat Barrell, who play Waverly and Nicole, respectively, and have so much natural chemistry. Casting was critical for Wynonna.

She had giant breasts and [wore] a teeny, tiny bikini. So I was definitely looking for what was next, and IDW, a comic book company, and Circle of Confusion, a management company, sent me this comic book called Wynonna Earp by this lovely man named Beau Smith. I thought it was important that she had a past. I have ideas for days.

How do you ever come home? I was delighted [by] the possibility of subverting that and telling some stories from the perspective of people who never get to be front and center. Obviously, what happened, which was so serendipitous, was casting.

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I have been lucky enough to be a woman working in genre, which is unusual in itself. Were there any particular storylines you were interested in developing more in Season 5 or even spinning off into their own universe? At the beginning of Season 4, we thought she could shapeshift and take on the appearance of anyone. They saw her as this crazy juvenile delinquent who shot her dad and said demons killed him. Wynonna Earp aired at a time when the Bury Your Gays trope was running rampant in several other series.

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What was your approach to crafting Wynonna? Jump to. Waverly and Nicole Katherine Barrell defied that idea, even getting married in the finale. Is that deation stifling in terms of storytelling? You want to make sure there are enough [ideas] left over to entice the network to greenlight [another season].

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After Syfy canceled the show, you told The Hollywood Reporter that it was never a ratings hit, but it had a devoted fan base. She brought so much nuance to the role, and because she was so good at the craft, it made us lazy writers because we knew she could do anything.

But when I opened up the comic, I was struck by how feminist it was. They inhabited their characters so absolutely, and because they were so eager to embrace the material, it really allowed us to push the storytelling because we knew they could handle it.

How should television executives measure the success of a show outside of Nielsen? I [worked] on a fantasy show called Lost Girlwhich was very sex positive. They were so incredible. But the sense of place is really important with Purgatory. It was a happy ending for two queer characters, which has been really rare on television.

What makes Wynonna Earp perfect pandemic viewing? I was immediately hooked.

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Why was she the ideal protagonist for this specific story? If I had to live in a town where vampires showed up on a sexy party bus, I hope I would have a sense of humor about it. We saw more than young actors and then we found the perfect Wynonna in Melanie Scrofano.

How did you envision Purgatory? She was a juvenile delinquent and a criminal. She elevated the character beyond my wildest dreams.