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Playback’s 2018 Show of the Year: Schitt’s Creek

Executive producers and stars Dan Levy and Eugene Levy reflect on a year that saw the half-hour comedy vault into the international spotlight.

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Schitt’s Creek gets U.S. syndication

Debmar-Mercury will handle syndication deals with local TV stations across the country, with off-network episodes set to begin airing in 2020.

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CBC renews Schitt’s Creek for a fifth season

The pubcaster has made an expanded, 14-episode order for the half-hour comedy, which is set to return in winter 2019.

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Eugene Levy joins Playback’s Hall of Fame

The iconic actor and comedian helped put Canadian comedy on the map.

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CBC greenlights Schitt’s Creek season four

With a third season of strong ratings underway, the pubcaster is targeting winter 2018 for the debut of new episodes.

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Pop picks up Schitt’s Creek season three

The season three renewal comes ahead of the season two premiere on the U.S. net.

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ACCT to honour Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara

The Academy Legacy Award from the ACCT will be presented to the actors at an event in Beverly Hills on Feb. 25. (Levy and O’Hara pictured in Schitt’s Creek.)

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Schitt’s Creek return pulls in 808K viewers

The first two episodes of season two aired back-to-back on CBC Tuesday evening.

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Season two of Schitt’s Creek in production

The comedy from Eugene and Daniel Levy will return this winter to CBC and U.S. net POP.

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CBC greenlights second season of Schitt’s Creek

The comedy, co-created and starring Eugene Levy and son Daniel Levy, debuts on Tuesday night.

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Schitt’s Creek lands U.S. broadcaster

The Eugene Levy starrer is headed stateside to a CBS specialty channel.

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Eugene Levy on why Canadian comedy doesn’t need Americanizing

MIPCOM: Funny is funny, the Hollywood comic actor told Playback Daily while promoting Schitt’s Creek to international buyers in Cannes. (Eugene and Dan Levy pictured.)