“Schitt’s Creek” Revival Might Happen, According to Eugene Levy

Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Annie Murphy, and Dan Levy in
Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Annie Murphy, and Dan Levy in "Schitt's Creek"

It’s been three years since Schitt’s Creek ended with a bang in 2020, and the revival of the Emmy-winning series might be on the way. Eugene Levy recently addressed the possibility of revisiting the Rose family and said we should “never say never” to their reunion.

Eugene Levy co-created this hit sitcom along with his son Dan Levy, and they played two of the lead roles along with Catherine O’Hara and Annie Murphy. The series chronicled the journey of the Rose family after they lost their fortune and had to rebuild their lives with their sole remaining asset—a small, remote town Schitt’s Creek they once bought as a joke.

Eugene Levy recently discussed the show’s future with Radio Times and said he’d like to get together with the show’s cast if the opportunity ever arose.

“There’s nothing in the works right now to be honest, but you know, we’ve never stopped thinking about what might happen down the line. We’re certainly open to anything, I think when the idea that is the right idea presents itself we’ll probably act on, I guess,” said Levy.

Schitt’s Creek came to an end in 2020, and its sixth and final season made history at the Emmys, where it became the first comedy or drama series to receive all seven major awards.