He recently gave her a note declaring he was “all in,” but how does he truly feel?
Rozon discusses that and more in our chat, and don’t forget to check back after this week’s episode for part two of our interview.
’ In all honesty, I don’t know how we were supposed to react, but the first thing was just pure happiness.
You don’t think about anything because in that moment it’s a friend and human being saying they are having a baby. After a moment they said ‘how this will affect the upcoming season is…’ That’s when we were like ‘oh, right, OK.’ Then Emily told us that Syfy and the producers were behind it, and all of us were like ‘OK, yes, we are doing this!
’ Then the other thing, and this was unanimous, was that everyone had to be there for Mel this year and whatever she needs.
If there’s anybody you’re going to bend over for, do more for or do anything for, it’s Mel because she does so much for us.
PROVOST-CHALKLEY: That was a really big episode for Waverly, at the end, and we left it on such a cliffhanger.
In fact, Rozon recently spoke exclusively with The TV Junkies about the cast’s reaction to the news, and how he was in utter awe of the work Scrofano put in this season.She’s such a great character and she’s so confident in herself and who she is. I think that’s what makes her resonate more with the fans, for sure.ANDERSON: You’ve gotta thank Beau Smith, the creator of the original comics, and Emily Andras. Wynonna Earp is not a damsel in distress, which is really cool.It’s a huge part of why I wanted to do this project.And Mel kills it, every single day of every episode.