VF asked the cast if, after their Emmys sweep, it improved its chances for the show to be made into a movie. Co-creator and star Dan Levy spoke candidly about whether or not he saw a need for it.
“Here’s the thing: This is the best way we could have ever ended the show. So if there is an idea that ever pops into my head, worthy of these wonderful people, it has to be really freaking good at this point,” Levy said
However, he didn’t flat out say no, giving Schitt's Creek fans hope for a future.
“This was a really nice way of saying goodbye … so fingers crossed that we get a really good idea that comes into our head,” Levy concluded.
The comedy, co-created by the Levy father-son duo (who also star alongside O’Hara and Murphy), has gained a passionate fanbase since finding a second home on Netflix in recent years.
Schitt’s Creek follows filthy-rich video store magnate Johnny Rose and his family after they find themselves suddenly broke and are forced to leave their pampered lives to rebuild their empire within the rural city limits of Schitt’s Creek, a dump of a town they once bought as a joke.
Its sixth and final season aired earlier this year, and wrapped up quite beautifully. Without giving away any spoilers the show gave a sweet ending for the Rose family.
Hollywood legend O’Hara won the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, while her costars Dan Levy, Eugene Levy and Murphy won their respective acting categories. The show also won for Outstanding Comedy Series, beating out hit shows such as Curb Your Enthusiasm and NBC’s The Good Place.