Schitt’s Creek went down in history as one of the best comedy shows in recent years, and it seems we still haven’t seen the last of the Rose family. The show’s producer Andrew Barnsley recently revealed that creators Dan and Eugene Levy are interested in revisiting this story.
Barnsley discussed the future of Schitt’s Creek in an exclusive interview with The Messenger and revealed that the Levys would consider continuing this story if they could do it in a way that doesn’t tarnish the show’s legacy.
“It’s something that we know there’s demand and interest for it, really. It’s something that I know Dan and Eugene are considering all the time, and I think it’s going to be a timing thing,” said Barnsley.
This news doesn’t come as a shocker since Dan Levy previously told People that he’s hoping he’ll get to get together with the Schitt’s Creek gang again because they still have a desire to tell more stories set in this universe.
Schitt’s Creek ran for six seasons on CBC Television and created quite a splash with its final season, which won most Emmys for a comedy series in a single season, sweeping all seven major comedy awards at the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, including outstanding comedy series.