Dan Levy's Throwing A 'Canadian Rager' At His Parents' Place With The 'Schitt's Creek' Fam

They are celebrating their Emmy nominations!
Toronto Staff Writer
Schitt's Creek's Dan Levy Is Having A 'Canadian Rager' To Celebrate The Emmys

Schitt’s Creek fans rejoice! The cast of the hit Canadian comedy is reuniting. The show’s co-creator Dan Levy revealed during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that he and his co-stars would be getting together for a “Canadian rager” in his parents' backyard.

Currently, the Canadian show is up for a whopping 15 Emmy nominations this year. 

In order to celebrate, the actor and co-creator revealed that he would be partying in the backyard with his father and co-star, Eugene Levy. 

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“I think we’re hoping to do a little backyard barbecue or something at my parents’ house,” Levy said while speaking to guest host David Spade.

“And kind of invite whoever from the cast and crew is in town to come and celebrate, and then I guess we’ll all get dressed up for each other and kind of make a night out of it.”

“Catherine O’Hara is currently still in Canada, so we’re going to try and trap her here until the Emmys, so at least she can come and celebrate."

"It’ll be a Canadian rager,” he added.

While the Emmys will look a little different this year, the live television event is still scheduled to take place in some capacity.

According to Variety, the telecast will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, who will anchor the show from Staples Center with no audience or red carpet.

“Listen, Canadians don’t get this kind of recognition that often so I’m kind of soaking it in!” Levy said when asked about the nominations. 

He isn't the only one showing off his Canadian side this week.

Schitt’s Creek star Annie Murphy also took part in her own personal reunion when she returned to the show’s old stomping grounds for a tasty snack.

The 33-year-old visited a small-town bakery in Goodwood, Ontario, to indulge in some butter tarts and nostalgia.

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