Following the impressive number of Emmys received in 2020, Schitt's Creek might be winning even more awards at this year's Golden Globes. The Canadian comedy series has been nominated for five different Golden Globes, including best comedy.
"What a day to wake up!" Eugene and Daniel Levy exclaimed in a joint statement. "We are so proud of the entire cast and crew of Schitt's Creek, and we are thrilled to celebrate the end of this series with the show's first Golden Globe nominations." Eugene, one of the show's producers, has been nominated for his role as Johnny Rose in the Best Television Actor category.
Catherine O'Hara, who played Johnny's wife, Moira Rose, was also nominated for Best Television Actress. Evidently, she and Eugene make quite the power couple on screen! Plus, Dan Levy and Annie Murphy received nominations for best-supporting actor and actress. Overall, Schitt's Creek received the most Golden Globe nominations of any comedy this year.
After a successful and hilarious six seasons, Schitt's Creek has officially come to an end. The series first premiered in 2015, and viewers got to know the Rose family as they embarked on a brand new adventure after moving to a small town where they didn't exactly fit in right away. This was an especially meaningful production for father and son Eugene and Daniel Levy, as they both co-produced and starred in the CBC series.
Schitt's Creek was also nominated for five Critics' Choice Awards last month. Clearly, viewers can't get enough of this hysterical cast, making it even more difficult to accept that the series has come to an end. Recently, the cast reunited for a virtual Q&A, moderated by Patrick Stewart, a mega-fan of the show. The actors reminisced on some of their favorite memories from the series, as they genuinely loved working with one another. Even though Schitt's Creek is no longer coming out with new episodes, stay tuned to see what else this crew has in store, including the five potential Golden Globe Awards.