Schitt's Creek to renew with a new season or reunion episide? Eugene Levy says to remain hopeful
In an interview, the actor admitted that he and the other creators on the show "never stopped thinking" about coming back to it.
Published: Thursday,Mar 02, 2023 05:46 AM GMT-07:00
Followers of Schitt's Creek, which had its final episode in 2020, have been anticipating a follow-up season since then. The show has left people giggling while having an ideal balance in the plot with the emotional elements.
Viewers are debating whether to assume that Eugene Levy has confirmed the possibility of a second season of Schitt's Creek after hearing that he has neither denied nor agreed to it. Even though Schitt's Creek came to an end in 2020, actor Eugene Levy believes a reunion or comeback is very likely.
In an interview, the actor admitted that he and the other creators on the show "never stopped thinking" about coming back to it. The show, which ran for six seasons on Canadian broadcaster CBC and became a massive success streaming on Netflix in the United States, aired for six seasons on Canadian broadcaster CBC.
Although there are no concrete plans for a comeback, Levy, who co-created Schitt's with his son Daniel, isn't discouraging fans from continuing to believe. If we ever learn that the program will be returning soon, it will come as a surprise.
In Schitt's Creek, Johnny (Eugene Levy), a video store owner, heads a once-rich family that goes bankrupt after being conned by a business manager. As Schitt's Creek, a small town they bought as a joke, is their only remaining asset, they were compelled to abandon their way of life and move to a village. Despite the story's concentration on suffering, it has a humorous element, which is one of the series' many strengths.