‘The Surrealtor’ Welcomes ‘Wynonna Earp’ Star Melanie Scrofano As Guest And Director

by Erik Amaya

Wynonna Earp stars Melanie Scrofano and Tim Rozon are about to be reunited in another Syfy reality.

TVLine reports Scrofano will guest star on Rozon’s new series, The Surrealtor. On the program, he will play Nick Roman, a realtor specializing in properties with supernatural red flags in their listings. Working with a team, Roman sets out to do a paranormal Fixer Upper on these haunted houses and, no doubt, save his own soul in the process. The series will also reunite Rozon with Earp veteran Savannah Basley and his Schitt’s Creek co-star Sarah Levy. Adam Korson, Maurice Dean Wint, and Tennille Read are also set to star.

Scrofano will appear as Harper North in an episode. The character is described as “a bright young woman who finds herself at a crossroads, having been instructed to sell her lakeside family home… though somehow she can’t.” The actor will also direct two episodes of the series. She made her debut behind the camera with a Wynonna Earp Season 4 episode.

That show just finished production on it fourth season just a few weeks ago. The episodes are expected to air in early 2021 with a fifth season “technically” commissioned by Syfy. When IDW ran into financial trouble a few years back, it disclosed an agreement confirming the network’s interest in an additional season. Nevertheless, nothing is certain with Earp until cameras roll; a hard lesson its crew and die-hard fans learned over the two-year wait for Season 4.

Production on The Surrealtor began this week, which suggests it will run on Syfy sometime next year.

Erik Amaya

Host of Tread Perilously and a Film/TV Writer at Comicon.com and Rotten Tomatoes. A former staff writer at CBR and Bleeding Cool, and a contributing writer at Fanbase Press and Monkeys Fighting Robots. Voice of Puppet Tommy on The Room Responds. A seeker of the Seastone Chair and the owner of a Legion Flight Ring. Sorted into Gryffindor, which came as some surprise.

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