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Eugene Levy gives Schitt's Creek fans hope for show's return as they've 'never stopped thinking about' it

Eugene Levy gives Schitt's Creek fans hope for show's return as they've 'never stopped thinking about' it

Fans of the show might have some hope that a return is on the cards after what Eugene Levy has said

Fans of Schitt's Creek have been granted a ray of hope that their beloved show may one day return in some form after Eugene Levy mentioned what goes on behind the scenes.

According to the laws of nature, everything inevitably ends - and that includes your favourite TV shows, no matter how much you love them.

Unless you're watching soap operas that will probably still be on however many billion, trillion years from now it takes for the universe itself to close in on itself, you need to be prepared for your show to end.

Luckily, what comes to an end can also make a comeback and Schitt's Creek fans will be happy to know that the show's creators would 'love' to team up and revisit the sitcom, which ended in 2020.

Created by father and son team Eugene and Dan Levy, the sitcom portrayed a formerly rich family figuring out how to live like everyone else after losing all of their money.

Schitt's Creek main cast Annie Murphy, Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara and Dan Levy.
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While the show ended back in 2020, there's always a chance it could make a comeback, and Eugene Levy has been talking about the possibility of paddling his way back up Schitt's Creek.

Eugene was speaking to the Radio Times when he noted that conversations had been going on in his family about one day returning to the sitcom.

He said: "I know my son Daniel has said this, we'd love to get together with these people again and take the show and the characters to yet another level.

"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 it, I guess."

Schitt's Creek was popular with critics and audiences, so there'd be plenty wanting it to make a comeback.
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However, here comes that big bucket of cold water to temper your expectations as Levy also noted that his son was 'doing quite well on his own right now' and 'doesn’t need the old man on his back' while his own projects after Schitt's Creek were going well.

First airing on CBC in Levy's native Canada, Schitt's Creek really shot to fame in 2019 when it began streaming on Netflix, though last year Hulu picked it up exclusively for a US audience.

When the show came to an end, Dan Levy suggested that they could continue the story in a spin-off film, so while there's plenty of projects to busy himself with that idea of one day returning to Schitt's Creek has always been somewhere in the back of his mind.

We can't know what the future will hold, but there's always hope that one day soon everyone's schedule will clear and they'll be able to get together one more time.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images / Alamy Stock Photo / CBC

Topics: Film and TV, Celebrity