When Wynonna Earp’s lead, Melanie Scrofano, revealed she was pregnant at the beginning of Season 2, and that showrunner Emily Andras was going to write it as part of the story this year, Rozon says that the entire team was on board with the decision.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.

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.

And now, she’s at the stage where her identity has been messed with. We had no idea it was going to get so big and be such a huge part of the show. I think that the most amazing thing is receiving letters from fans who have been like, “I’ve never felt represented.

I’m not even sure that she’s going to tell Wynonna. Obviously, Emily Andras is writing the show and I haven’t got a say, but I have a feeling that Waverly wouldn’t tell Wynonna. I’ve been watching TV for 20 years and I’ve never seen myself in a positive, happy relationship on TV.” Hearing those stories makes it so much more important.

PROVOST-CHALKLEY: That was a really big episode for Waverly, at the end, and we left it on such a cliffhanger.

I think that’s what drew her to touch that tentacle goo, in a moment of recklessness and thinking, “What the hell is going on?!

It would be something she’d have to deal with herself, which is horrible. The impact it’s having is huge and very needed, in the LGBT community.

BARRELL: Yeah, and they’re strong, especially Nicole. She’s an awesome woman who’s great at her job, and she’s gay.

It’s a huge part of why I wanted to do this project.

And Mel kills it, every single day of every episode.

I didn’t even have that thought, so when I saw she had it and it all came out, I think it was a great sense of relief all around.