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It seems like all Schitt's Creek fans are dreading saying goodbye to one of the best TV families of today. The sixth and final season will premiere early next year and so many viewers just don't want the show to end. Creators Eugene Levy and Dan Levy are a father-son duo who put years of love and effort into creating their iconic show. And their fans aren't the only ones who are heartbroken over the series finale because Schitt's Creek Dan Levy said he cried over saying goodbye to the show. 

It seems like all Schitt's Creek fans are dreading saying goodbye to one of the best TV families of today. The sixth and final season will premiere early next year and so many viewers just don't want the show to end. Creators Eugene Levy and Dan Levy are a father-son duo who put years of love and effort into creating their iconic show. And their fans aren't the only ones who are heartbroken over the series finale because Schitt's Creek Dan Levy said he cried over saying goodbye to the show. 

Levy was recently featured in an interview by GQ Magazine where they asked him tons of questions about his time on Schitt's Creek and what's coming next for him.

He told GQ about the last day of shooting and said that it was, "the most emotional day I think I've ever had in my life. I cried for, I want to say, five straight hours, to the point where I had a splitting headache and didn't know what to do with my life. I wept when I took David's shoes off. I will never wear those shoes again—nor do I want to—but I was very sad to take them off."

Levy said that he put seven years of his life into the show which made it so hard to say goodbye.

And he told GQ that it wasn't just one final goodbye after the last episode was done the filming.

Levy said, "It was just a lot of goodbyes. It did get to a point where I had to tell the team, 'We can't be acknowledging all the lasts, because it's going to ruin me.' We can't say, 'Well, this is the last time Dan picks up a pen,' because I'll cry, and I don't want to cry over having picked up a pen. It's not worth the tears."

Of course, it's even hard for viewers who have welcomed the Rose family onto their TVs and into their homes since 2015.

The interview with GQ came a day after they also shared the "GQ's Best Stuff of 2019" list which was hosted by Levy in what they called an "’80s home-shopping-network vibes". 

The list is worth checking out, and even though a huge chunk are pretty high-end items, there are a handful of reasonably priced products that would make awesome Christmas gifts.

Levy also contributed a few things for the list that he can't live without including a laptop and notebook since he's a writer, a candle from Tokyo, and even his dog. 

Check out the video below.

Season six of Schitt's Creek will premiere on January 20, and you better keep your tissues handy for the last episode of the series.

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