Wynonna Earp is one of the most entertaining shows on television today and while a lot of the credit goes to the great group of female actors such as Melanie Scrofano and Dominique Provost – Chalkley, that doesn’t discredit the wonderful performances the male cast brings to the table.
Fangirlish got to talk to Tim Rozon (The now-mortal Doc Holliday), Shamier Anderson (Agent Dolls), and Varun Saranga (Jeremy Chetri) at San Diego Comic-Con, and once again, was impressed at how lovely and charming this cast is.
One thing all three men agreed on is that the second episode of this season of Wynonna Earp will be “So Special”, “Game-Changing” among many other exciting descriptions for the episode.
Rozon gave us some insight into Doc Holliday for season 3 and it sounds like Doc is having a rough time after his trip to hell, gaining and then having to give away a daughter and now being mortal
“It’s Hell. You don’t want to go back there. He’s now mortal. He’s got his baby girl that he cares about for the first time so he doesn’t want to go back to hell.” Rozon told us one of the motivations Doc has to stay alive. However with Dolls, there could be some possible “Conflict” in the future.
It’s not all doom and gloom as Rozon and Saranga talked about Doc and Jeremy’s relationship and how it has evolved now to a “Older brother/younger brother” relationship according to Saranga. As for Jeremy, his abilities look to become a factor in the new season.
As Jeremy said, “You will definitely see Jeremy’s abilities….to what extent and how they address it? We’ll have to leave that open.”
As for Agent Dolls, Anderson didn’t reveal too much about what lies ahead for him as so much for the show itself. Season 3 will close a lot of chapters from the first two seasons but also open up a few new chapters in each character’s story.
Despite what may come, Dolls will handle it in his own style as per usual while staying fiercely loyal to Wynonna. “Dolls is somebody that kind of..deals with it as it comes,” Anderson said, describing Dolls to a T.
One other thing all of the men agreed on was how lovely and wonderful the Earpers and Wynonna Earp fandom are. As Rozon said at the end of his interview, “It does feel like we are in a world where everything is really bad but when I go into a world of Earpers, that world is not. It’s a really beautiful world.”
Check out each interview below as Tim Rozon mentions his love for Emily Andras and the other writers on the Wynonna Earp staff, Varun Saranga and that potato, and Shamier on the growth of the show:
Wynonna Earp airs Friday at 9/8c on SyFy.