SDCC: Syfy Renews "Wynonna Earp" For Season 2.

Syfy has renewed its Western horror series "Wynonna Earp" for a second season, set to air in 2017.

The announcement was made Saturday during the show's panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.

Based on the IDW Publishing comic created by Beau Smith, the series stars Melanie Scrofano as the great-granddaughter of Wyatt Earp, who uses a demon-killing gun and a dysfunctional posse to bring the paranormal to justice.

"I'm absolutely thrilled we have the opportunity to deliver more of our witty, female-led, kickass, diverse supernatural series to our passionate fan base around the world," said showrunner Emily Andras, who developed "Wynonna Earp" for television.

Produced by SEVEN24 Films and IDW Entertainment, the series also stars Shamier Anderson, Tim Rozon and Dominique Provost-Chalkley..

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