The Emmy nominations were released on Tuesday, July 16, and we think it's safe to say that the Schitt's Creek cast stole the show, especially in Canada. Fans of Schitt's Creek were patiently waiting for their favorite show to shine and this year, their dream finally came true! But fans weren't the only ones excited about the nominations. The Schitt's Creek cast celebrated their four Emmy nominations last night on social media with the rest of Canada.\nThe show scored nominations in the categories of best actor in a comedy series, best actress in a comedy series, best comedy, and best contemporary costume design. The celebrations from fans and cast the night of the Emmy annoucements were extra special because the show is about to air their sixth and final season.\nThe Schitt's Creek Instagram account announced the news with a post captioned, "can you even believe."\nView this post on Instagram can you even believe A post shared by Schitt's Creek (@schittscreek) on Jul 16, 2019 at 9:10am PDT\nAfter that, the rest of the celebratory posts from the cast started pouring in. Dan Levy, whose father Eugene Levy was nominated for best comedic actor, posted a photo on his Instagram story celebrating with fellow cast member, Noah Reid. The caption reads, "Celebrating with @olreid in Italy! Wishing the whole crew was here. Unbelievable."\ninstadanjlevy | Instagram Story\nEven Eugene Levy's wife chimed in on the fun when she tweeted her celebratory memory:\nView this post on Instagram omg moooom A post shared by Schitt's Creek (@schittscreek) on Jul 16, 2019 at 5:44pm PDT\nEmily Hampshire had her own way of celebrating the nominations! The actress, who plays Stevie, created hilarious memes for both Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara who are both nominated in their respective best actor categories.\nView this post on Instagram #schittscreek’s very own #moirarose got her #emmy nomination. Long overdue mrs. Rose A post shared by emily hampshire (@emilyhampshire) on Jul 16, 2019 at 2:10pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram #rosebuddmotel’s very own #johnnyrose gets an #emmy nomination. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 and... 😒just this once: 🙌🏻 #schittscreek A post shared by emily hampshire (@emilyhampshire) on Jul 16, 2019 at 1:17pm PDT\nCanadian fans are still continuing to celebrate on Twitter along with the cast:\nSchitt's Creek is the best thing to come out of Canada since insulin.— Ryan Prussky (@ryanprussky1) July 17, 2019\nFour nods for Schitt's Creek including best comedy series and love for Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara; and, a best actress nod (PLUS a guest actress comedy nod) for Sandra Oh. Canada feeling that Emmy love. ❤— Jaime Woo (@jaimewoo) July 16, 2019\n🇨🇦 Yay Canada! 🇨🇦''Schitt's Creek'' Was Just Nominated For Several 2019 Emmy Awards And It's Simply The Best https://t.co/WD78ICik5l— Ms. Mayette (@mizmayette) July 16, 2019\nCatherine O’Hara is one of Canada’s greatest Actors/Actresses. So good. So funny. She deserves the Emmy for her role on Schitt’s Creek. https://t.co/fUWjhqG6Rq— Dean Pickering 🇨🇦🏒⚾️🎣🏀🏈 (@deanpickering) July 16, 2019\nBeyond thrilled that the rest of the world is finally acknowledging the brilliance of a little bitof Canada known as Schitt's Creek. It's about fucking time. Excuse the language...I'm fucking excited! @SchittsCreek @danjlevy @EmilyHampshire_ @olreid @Realeugenelevy congrats— Jeannine Plouffe (@jeanninep13) July 16, 2019\nSchitt's Creek has got to be one of Canada's greatest contributions to this planet.— L'Carpetron Dookmarriot (@SentientGoo2) July 7, 2019\nWe can't wait to keep celebrating these nominations all the way up to September 22 at 8:00PM EST. And we hope to celebrate their wins for months after that!