Dan Levy: Schitt’s Creek became a success “when Canada loved it from day 1”
Yesterday the crew behind Schitt’s Creek got a major nod from the Emmys, who announced their 2019-2020 awards nominations. The beloved CBC sitcom, which had its series finale in April after six seasons, netted 15 Emmy nominations, including acting noms for all four leads. When reached for comment by eTalk, series co-creator, writer and actor Dan Levy said that he felt the show was successful when it was initially embraced by Canadians, and that the international fandom (and awards attention) it’s earned in recent years was “icing on the cake.” Listen to his commentary below:
View this post on Instagram We spoke with Dan Levy after #SchittsCreek received a record 15 Emmy nominations for its final season, and there’s one thing that’s means more to him than all the awards. Link in bio for more. (: @schittscreek) A post shared by etalk (@etalkctv) on Jul 29, 2020 at 10:48am PDT
Dan Levy comments on Schitt’s Creek Emmy nominations to eTalk
In other Emmy news, Montreal native Antoni Porowski was nominated for best reality program host for his work on Queer Eye.
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