Catherine O’Hara, Queen of Schitt’s Creek, Talks Gilda Radner Friendship & More | Vanity Fair

Catherine O’Hara’s performance on the dearly departed comedy was a career-topping triumph—and now feels like an allegory for our altered times. V.F. photographed her with a drone, and talked to her about her early friendship with Gilda Radner, flubbed auditions, and the curative power of gratitude.

Source: Catherine O’Hara, Queen of Schitt’s Creek, Talks Gilda Radner Friendship & More | Vanity Fair

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ICYMI ~ Watch Trailer for The Crows Have Eyes 3 

It’s the apo-caw-lypse in this fake trailer from Schitt’s Creek. Watch the trailer for The Crows Have Eyes 3: The Crowening now.

Source: Watch Trailer for The Crows Have Eyes 3 (Schitt’s Creek) | Consequence of Sound

The three subversive messages of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ (opinion) 

… in our current divided, uncertain times, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ — specifically, the most recent seasons — stands out as a modern utopia, prioritizing relationships over wealth, acceptance over hatred, and leisure and social time over an obsession with work.

Source: The three subversive messages of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ (opinion) – CNN

I’d kill for a good coma right now. 

Moria Rose

How ‘Schitt’s Creek’ evolved into a great TV comedy

Schitt’s Creek thrives on the power of character development. This sweet Canadian comedy wielded the best tool at its disposal — a genius writing team led by co-creators Eugene and Daniel Levy — to transform a fairly unknown show into a warmer, wittier version of itself by the time it reached Season 5, which premiered on POP TV last month.

Source: How ‘Schitt’s Creek’ evolved into a great TV comedy