This picture published by Pop TV shows, from left, Annie Murphy, Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Dan Levy from the series « Schitt’s Creek ». The series won the award for best television series, best musical or best comedy at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday. (Pop TV via AP)
By Terry Haig | [email protected] Published: Monday, March 1, 2021, 9:50 a.m.
Last updated: Monday, March 1, 2021 3:24 PM
The Canadian television series Schitt’s Creek, about a once wealthy family who went into the seed, has received more awards – although it didn’t hit its record run than she won nine Emmys last September – breaking the Emmys standard for most victories in a single season for a comedy.
In a virtual ceremony on Sunday night, Schitt’s Creek was awarded the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Golden Globe for for best TV musical or comedy on TV.
One of its stars, Catherine O’Hara, won the award for best actress in a TV musical or comedy
Dan Levy, who did the Show co-created with his father Eugene Levy, accepted the award from afar and paid homage to the Canadian cast and crew.
Schitt’s Creek co-creator Dan Levy received the Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy on Sunday gen, while Catherine O’Hara won the Best Actress award. (NBC / The Associated Press, NBC / Reuters)
« The incredible job you all have done over the past six seasons has taken us to places we never thought possible, and we are all of you so grateful for that, « he said.
» Thank you to CBC and Pop TV for actively deciding to keep this show up and giving it the time and space it needs to grow. «
The show defeated nominees Ted Lasso, The Great, The Flight Attendant and Emily in Paris.
Founded in 2015 and launched on CBC, the company developed a strong fan base around the world after its inclusion on Netflix and gained numerous Awards.
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