The beloved Pop comedy, which ended in early 2020, just won Best TV Series, Musical or Comedy at the big award show. Catherine O'Hara also took home the award for Best Actress in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy for her role as Moira Rose for her performance in the final season.
Star and series creator Dan Levy virtually accepted the win, thanking the cast and crew and congratulating them on yet another honor and expressing his hope at continued change when it comes to diversity and inclusion at the Golden Globes.
"This acknowledgment is a lovely vote of confidence in the messages Schitt's Creek has come to stand for," he said. "The idea that inclusion can bring about love and growth to a community in the spirit of inclusion. I hope that this time next year, this ceremony reflects the true breadth and diversity of television being made today. There's so much more to be celebrated."
In 2020, Schitt's Creek absolutely swept the Emmys, winning every award in the Comedy category. There was a trophy for every member of the Rose family—Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Dan Levy and Annie Murphy—plus awards for Best Comedy, Writing, Directing, Casting and Costumes. The show won nine awards total last year, and could have done something similar at the Globes this year.
While Dan accepted the show's win, he lost to John Boyega in the Supporting Actor category. Eugene lost to Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis for Best Actor. Murphy could still win in the Supporting Actress category, so stay tuned!