‘Schitt’s Creek’ Cast Score Emmy Nominations For Their Iconic Roles In The CBC Sitcom
Best wishes & warmest regards for our bébés!
Love that journey for you! Your favourite Canadian sitcom is receiving the recognition it so deserves. The Schitt's Creek Emmy nominations will make you so grateful for the six seasons you spent welcoming the Rose family onto your screens and into your hearts.
The 72nd Emmy award nominations were recently released by the Television Academy, and you can look forward to potentially seeing the cast of the CBC sitcom sweep the board this fall.
"We are currently trying to process this news. Thank you," the show's official Twitter account writes, adding that they've now been nominated for a total of 15 Emmys.
The attached photo indicates that Schitt's Creek is up for Comedy Series and Writing For A Comedy Series.
In another tweet, they announce that all four members of the Rose family are also up for awards.
Catherine O'Hara is nominated for Lead Actress In A Comedy Series for her role as Moira. Her on-screen husband Eugene Levy is up for Lead Actor In A Comedy Series for his portrayal of Johnny.
As for the kiddos, Dan Levy's character David got him a nomination for Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series. Annie Murphy's portrayal of Alexis earned her a spot in the Supporting Actress In A Comedy category.
According to the Emmys official website, Dan Levy scored two more nominations for Directing For A Comedy Series and Writing For A Comedy Series, both for Schitt's Creek.
The co-creator, writer, and star added in a tweet that "for once I am speechless."
Also showing off some Canadian pride is Sandra Oh who's nominated for Lead Actress In A Drama Series for her role on Killing Eve.
Antoni Porowski earned a spot alongside his co-stars in Host For A Reality Or Competition Program for his role on Queer Eye. Samantha Bee is nominated in Variety Talk Series for Full Frontal.
You can cheer on the Schitt's Creek cast during the 72nd annual Emmys when it airs live on Emmys.com on Sunday, September 20.