‘Schitt’s Creek’: Where Can You See the Award-Winning Cast Next?

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Pop TV’s beloved sitcom Schitt’s Creek recently swept the Emmys for its final season, nabbing Outstanding Comedy Series as well as trophies for all four of its main actors. It was a record-setting, history-making night for the cable comedy.

And now you don’t have to pay for a Netflix subscription to catch up on the story of the down-on-their-luck Rose family: The show recently started airing in syndication on broadcast channels across the country.

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'This is a really nice way of saying goodbye,' star and co-creator Dan Levy said after the awards show.

What’s next for the award-winning cast? Scroll down to find out.

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Daniel Levy

The comedy’s cocreator and core cast member (as uptight David Rose) recently played a neurotic Los Angeles actor in HBO’s Coastal Elites, a special that was shot in quarantine. This holiday season, look for him opposite Kristen Stewart and Alison Brie in director Clea DuVall’s queer romantic comedy Happiest Season. He’ll also make his mark on TV for years to come: Levy recently signed a lucrative three-year deal with Disney/ABC Studios to develop and produce scripted shows.

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Annie Murphy

Murphy‘s next role is sure to be a departure from sunny fashionista Alexis Rose. In AMC’s upcoming dark comedy series Kevin Can F— Himself, she takes center stage as a fed-up woman married to a cable guy (Eric Peterson). The savage satire aims to skewer the stereotypes of the typical sitcom wife.

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Eugene Levy

The Schitt’s cocreator and Rose patriarch Johnny lends his voice to the upcoming Canadian animated short The Beast: Heroes of the Wildfire. After that, maybe son Dan can write him another trophy-worthy part in one of the new series he’s developing?

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Catherine O'Hara

Having given Moira Rose a memorably bizarre accent, O’Hara brings her vocal skills to the animated short The Beast: Heroes of the Wildfire, alongside her TV hubby. Plus, she’ll be heard with Adam DeVine and Rachel Bloom in the feature-length animated project Extinct, about two animals that travel from 1835 to modern-day China.