The Emmy awards are virtual this year, and the cast of Schitt’s Creek, which is heavily nominated tonight, is taking in the ceremony together in Toronto. The show’s Twitter account shared photos of cast members Eugene Levy (Johnny Rose), his son Daniel Levy (David Rose), Catherine O’Hara (Moira Rose), and Annie Murphy (Alexis Rose) posing behind a white rose-adorned wall at a private party.
Precautions were taken ahead of their reunion, the show’s Twitter detailed. “Tonight, some Schitt’s Creek cast and nominated team members have been able to gather for an #Emmys event in Toronto, adhering to Ontario’s COVID-19 guidelines,” the show’s Twitter wrote. “All in attendance have been in isolation since returning negative COVID-19 tests. Good luck, team!”
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Dan spoke about his decision to make Schitt’s Creek just six seasons in an April interview with Variety. “I had originally thought it was going to end after Season 5, and then we were offered a two-season pickup,” he said. “If things were different, I could work with these people forever. Like, that could be it. It could be just Days of Our Lives, and we’re on Season 50. But the story really dictated where we went. And I, at no point, wanted to compromise on quality or storytelling. I felt like we had now 28 episodes, and that was a lot of runway to wrap up this story in a really special, meaningful and thoughtful way.”
He explained with season 6, his priority was to create “a certain level of open-endedness,” he continued. “I never wanted the audience to feel like we’ve abandoned them. It was always important to make sure that everything happened for the right reason. It might not be what the audience wants, but it’s what the character needs.”
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