Wynonna Earp’s Season 4 finale gave everyone a great send-off, including a memorable wedding that fans have been looking forward to for years. Now that the episode has aired, Earpers can also enjoy the final behind-the-scenes “Making Your Peace” segment, in which the cast share their experience shooting the episode, and what they think (and feel) about where their characters end up.
Check out the clip above to see what they had to say.
**Warning: Spoilers ahead for Wynonna Earp Season 4, Episode 12, “Old Souls.”**
“I think it’s everything I ever wanted for them, for all of the characters,” Katherine Barrell (“Nicole Haught”) says at the beginning of the clip. Barrell is referring to the WayHaught wedding, of course, but also about Jeremy (Varun Saranga), Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano), and Doc (Tim Holliday), who have also grown and move forward with their lives this episode.
Speaking of Wynonna, Scrofano gets emotional talking about Wynonna’s journey in "Old Souls," specifically around how Wynonna finally has given herself permission to be loved by Doc.
Before we jump to Doc and Wynonna, however, the “Making Your Peace” clip spends deserved time on the WayHaught wedding. We get some behind-the-scenes footage of the wedding day, and Barrell and Dominique Provost-Chalkley (“Waverly Earp”) agree that the crew put together an amazing setup. “It was exactly what I had imagined,” Provost-Chalkley shares.
During the episode, Wynonna was more of the Bridezilla than her sister or Nicole. “So many bad things have happened at the homestead,” Scrofano says, explaining Wynonna’s unexpected nervousness. “For Wynonna, everything must go perfectly.”
Jeremy also had a potential love connection in “Old Souls,” even after he made the mistake of thinking the cute caterer was a demon. “It’s a symbolic thing that he’s even considering dating someone else,” Saranga shares. “He’s ready to move on and he’s forgiving himself in some capacity.”
Provost-Chalkley and Barrell also look back at the wedding ceremony. “The sensation I had was, ‘Waverly would be so happy right now.’” Provost-Chalkley recalls. “That is the nicest feeling in the world because you’re so happy for the characters.”
Scrofano also agrees that the two had a perfect moment. “They played it so beautifully and they were so divinely engaged with each other,” she says.
Martina Ortiz-Luis (“Rachel”) also shared that she got very emotional that day and ended up crying. “I’m so grateful to come in and be part of this family,” she says. “The cast and the crew have been so welcoming.”
And then, of course, there’s Doc and Wynonna. “I thought it was over,” Rozon says, referring to the first time he read the script. “And I was sad ... and then when I read that she shoots his tires a couple of pages later, I was pretty happy.”
What’s in store for Doc and Wynonna as they ride off into the sunset? Rozon knows exactly where they’re going. “This year it’s all about letting go and being free, and then getting on the back of the bike holding on to the woman he loves, and driving off to go find their kid,” he says. “There’s only one destination — let’s go get our girl.”
The clip ends with an acknowledgment to the fans. “There’s absolutely nothing we could have added,” Provost-Chalkley says near the end of the clip. “It's really has come together in such an amazing way.”