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Schitt’s Creek Star Daniel Levy Teases Schitt’s Creek Movie

Schitt’s Creek took home a lot more than it had come forth to bargain for to the Emmys. Winning more than half a dozen Emmys including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actor and Outstanding Supporting Actor, Outstanding Supporting Actress, and Lead Actor Categories, Pop TV is on cloud 9 at the moment. The network may be planning a celebratory project to revel in the victory at the Emmy 2020s. Schitt’s Creek star Daniel Levy, who won the Emmy in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category, has hinted at a possible Schitt’s Creek movie.

Daniel Levy, in an interview, was heard saying this:

“To be honest this is the best way we could have ever ended the show,” Levy began his statement before changing direction mid-way. He later on went to claim that a Schitt’s Creek movie may be within the realm of possibility. “If there is an idea that pops into my head it has to be really freaking good because this is a nice way to say goodbye. Fingers crossed we get a nice idea popping into our head soon….I would love to work with these people again.”

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The entire crew and cast of Schitt’s Creek got together in Canada to celebrate the success of the POP TV Show. After the celebrations, the cast got down for a rigorous interview session where they were asked a series of questions. Daniel Levy stated in the said interview:

“What an absolutely unbelievable way to end our series, I don’t think you could ever ask for a better conclusion than tonight, we are absolutely thrilled.”

Another important question was directed at Catherine O’Hara, the lead actress of the show who also won the Emmy in the same category. The question was – what wig would Moira choose to wear should she be invited to the Emmys. To that, O’Hara responded:

“For the premiere Moria went with her own look, because when it’s a serious moment and there’s no facade needed, Moria lets herself show,” O’Hara said. “For me I guess it would have been the big pink thing,” O’Hara added as everyone burst into laughter.

The show really did manage to do destroy the competition at the Emmys this year. Deservedly Schitt’s Creek slow and subtle humor took a lot of time for the fans to get used to but in the end, the show was a hit because it stuck to its roots and gave us comedy in its rawest and most primal form imaginable. Schitt’s Creek won in the face of overwhelming competition from original shows of streaming giants like Netflix and Hulu because it never forgot its origins. The final season of Schitt’s Creek was a blast, with the show ending on a very satisfying note. It’s the small comforts that matter. And Schitt’s Creek delivered that ‘feel good’ tone splendidly.

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Schitt’s Creek is the first comedy series to win every major award for a comedy series. Daniel Levy won two other awards at the Emmys for Schitt’s Creek. He won the Emmy for writing and directing the series, the latter part of which eh shared with Andrew Cividino.

Source: TVLine



Written by Bibhu Prasad Panda

Bibhu Prasad Panda is a Senior Content Writer at FandomWire. He has always been fascinated with the world of word balloons and text boxes since he was 5. From aspiring to be an engineer to becoming a market research specialist, life's been quite a journey for him. Bibhu now follows his passion as an entertainment journalist/blogger. He's also an Omen main in Valorant. SCATTER!!!!