Comedy

Oh my god: A new Schitt's Creek book from Dan and Eugene Levy is coming soon

Hot off their wins at the Canadian Screen Awards, the creators and stars of Schitt’s Creek have a big surprise for fans; a brand new tie-in coffee table book dedicated to the series.
Map of the town of Schitt's Creek in the 'Best Wishes, Warmest Regards' tie-in book. (BLACK DOG + LEVENTHAL, Entertainment Weekly)

Hot off their wins at the Canadian Screen Awards, the creators and stars of Schitt's Creek have a big surprise for fans; a brand new tie-in coffee table book dedicated to the series.

Coming this October from publisher Black Dog & Leventhal, the book is entitled Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt's Creek. In addition to character profiles and favourite moments, the book will also include "complete, illustrated catalogs" of David's knits and Moira's wigs, and much more, including behind-the-scenes material. 

For an additional look at some of the inside pages, check out the exclusive photos from Entertainment Weekly here. Fans can pre-order the book on the publisher's website here.

2020 was a landmark year for Schitt's Creek, which saw the show come to an end on their own terms, while also achieving a historic moment by sweeping the comedy category at the Emmy Awards.

That was followed this year with Schitt's Creek winning Best Comedy Series at the Canadian Screen Awards, as well as Catherine O'Hara winning Best Lead Actress, Emily Hampshire for Best Supporting Actress, and more.

As for star and creator Dan Levy, his future is looking bright, as he's currently engaged with ABC studios developing new scripted projects.

"I've been dabbling in the animation world, I've been playing with the concept of what would a thriller look like, I'm hopefully going to be putting a rom-com together for myself. That's always been a dream, to write a romantic comedy for me, because Hollywood certainly isn't. And really exploring all the areas outside of what I had been doing on the show," Levy recently told the Canadian Press in an interview ahead of the CSAs. 

Meanwhile, Ottawa's Annie Murphy, who starred in the series as Alexis Rose and won an Emmy for her efforts, is about to star in a new series, Kevin Can F**k Himself, debuting stateside in June for AMC. 

Still haven't caught up on Schitt's Creek? The whole series is available online now for free on CBC Gem.

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