It's safe to say Schitt's Creek was the winner of 2020. And perhaps 2021 too.
In April of last year, the Pop TV comedy gave viewers a happy ending with its series finale. And, four months later, the Rose family—Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Dan Levy and Annie Murphy—swept the Emmys, taking home trophies for Outstanding Comedy Series and eight other awards, setting a new record for most wins in a single year for a comedy. Then, at the 2021 Golden Globes, they took home Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy.
All that success couldn't be possible without the Levy's father-son bond. And today, in honor of Eugene's birthday, we're looking back on our most cherished times at the Rose Motel. Yes, we're spilling secrets about Annie's iconic "A Little Bit Alexis" performance, the unexpected romance between David and Patrick (Noah Reid) and which fan-favorite almost dropped out of the show before it began filming in 2014.
Go ahead and keep scrolling for 25 secrets you might not know about Schitt's Creek...
This story was originally published on Friday, Sep. 18, 2020, 3 a.m. PT