In a recent interview with People, the creator and star of the Emmy-winning comedy assured fans that the sitcom could return in the form of a movie.
“My hope is that one day we can all get together. I see these people all the time. We’re in constant contact with each other,” Levy shared. “So the love is there. The desire to work together is there, and the desire to tell more stories is there.”
Levy continued, “I think it just comes down to making sure that it’s the right story to tell. And I think we’re also proud of the work we did on Schitt’s. And when you end on such a high, it really forces you to think very carefully about what the next step is. Because whatever that is, is an extension of something that most people don’t have, don’t get to see in their life. And I really respect the audience in that thing.”
Created by Dan and his father, Eugene Levy, the Canadian sitcom aired on CBC for six seasons, from 2015 to 2020.
Schitt’s Creek ended its six-year run with a slew of Emmy nominations, as the series was nominated for Best Television Series for Musical or Comedy, while Dan Levy, Eugene Levy, Annie Murphy, and Catherine O’Hara were nominated for their respective roles.