Schitt’s Creek, the CBC Series, has been Nominated for the Five Critics Choice Awards. The show ended with its sixth season, thus canceling the seventh one. So for the uninitiated, Schitt’s Creek, which is written stylized as Schitt’s Creek, is a Canadian television sitcom. It was produced by Dan Levy and his father, Eugene Levy, and aired on CBC Television from 13 January 2015 to 7 April 2020.
The show had 80 episodes spread over six seasons. The companies produce the showAnonymous Content and Not a Real Company Productions, CBC, Pop Media Group.
The series tells the story of a rich family, the Rose’s, who turned bankrupt and lost all their belongings. Their only saving grace is a town, which their father purchased as a joke. Arranged by the town mayor, Roland Schitt, they move into a hotel for drunk teens for free.
They gradually learn existence struggles for middle-class people, who work hard to make their ends meet.
Schitt’s Creek has been Nominated for the Five Critics Choice Awards!
So just like gathering all the awards from Emmy’s comedy category, Schitt’s Creek has been nominated for five Critic’s Choice Awards!!
The mastermind behind the show Dan Levy took to Twitter to celebrate the grand success with his fans while sharing kind congratulations with his co-stars, made up of family and friends.
There were five nominations for the entire team, while the main cast got nominated again in their respective categories, giving them a déjà vu moment!: Eugene Levy being nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy Series, while Catherine O’Hara was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, Dan Levy for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, and Annie Murphy for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. And lastly, the Best Comedy Series nomination, making it to a total of five.