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The whole idea of having popups of shows is always fascinating and when you have access to visit the location of shoot of the particular show, it's all the more fun.
That's the case with Goodwood, Ontario that has become a tourist hot spot as the location has served as a backdrop for Schitt's Creek.
Now Pop TV's cult hit on its Twitter account has warned fans not to visit the picturesque town just north of Toronto to avoid spreading the new coronavirus among local residents.
"Friends, we've heard there are still groups of people visiting the town where we filmed #SchittsCreek. Now is not the time. Please stay home until it's safe to visit again. At the moment, it is a health risk to the residents of the town, some of whom are immunocompromised," the Schitt's Creek series said on its official Twitter account.
Originally commissioned by the CBC, Schitt's Creek became a signature show for Pop TV. Series co-creator and star Dan Levy retweeted the series' message, before adding on his personal Twitter account: "The towns where we shot Schitt’s Creek were so lovely and accommodating to us. Please show them the same respect. Visiting right now is a threat to the residents’ health and safety. Thanks for understanding."
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