The success of the supernatural Western horror television series, Wynonna Earp can be noted up to various factors, including the take-no-prisoners attitude of the series, female centring, queer characters, and supernatural adventures. The showrunner of the show, Emily Andras is the one who should be thanked for doing a lot of right things and bringing this weird Western to life. But this has to be said that one of her greatest triumph was the casting department. The show is led by Melanie Scrofano as the main character, and it is filled with adorable faces who managed to bring a palpable chemistry to bear. In this article we will be talking about the details regarding Wynonna Earp Season 4 and experience of Kat Barrell.
Kat Barrell is one of those appearing faces who portrays the law officer Nicole Haught. Nicole is a mortal who is messing in the supernatural world, and it may be easy to assume that she would get lost in all the insanity going on around her. It is a testament to the performance of Barrell, then, that her character is one of the most memorable characters on the show.
However, the importance of being a part of a fan-favourite pairing is not lost on Kat, as she imparted in an exclusive interview, that led to the premiere of the fourth season of the series. During the interview, she also recounted all of her favourite moments from the series.
She also talked about the troubles with breaking for a pandemic, and paid tribute to the family behind one of the biggest surprise genre hits of the television.
Wynonna Earp Season 4 Details | What Kat Barrell has to share about her experience?
Kat Barrell said that it was like a rollercoaster of emotions, and making this big announcement at Comic-Con was just like riding the wave. She said that they are all excited as they are going to have a huge release. The actor added that the thought that it would be in jeopardy, never even crossed her mind. She said that it is hard at the ending of every season, because you do not know do you have to say goodbye to this character. There is a whole element of the unknown things like do you have to say goodbye to this crew, or to work in the city.