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PRAISE MOIRA’S WIG WALL
The 72nd Emmy Awards ceremony took place this past Sunday, and it wasn’t just any ol’ Emmys night. For starters, due to the coronavirus pandemic the night was run a little differently than previous years. Usually the Staples Center would be packed end-to-end with nominees and all sorts of celebrities, but in order to stay within social distancing guidelines and keep everyone safe, the only people in the audience were cardboard cutouts.
Well, cardboard cutouts and Jason Bateman, for a brief moment. Jason — it’s gotta be tough to be a solo audience, you did great, my man.
On a much happier note, this year’s ceremony was also a night of breaking records and making history. Schitt’s Creek swept up all seven comedy awards, as well as two Creative Arts Emmys last week, making it not only the most decorated Canadian comedy, but also breaking the record for most awards one for a single season by any show. Moira Rose was right, Awards truly is the best season.
The good news doesn’t just stop there, though! The day after Schitt’s Creek cleaned house at the Emmys, the long-awaited Netflix release date for the final (and clearly fantastic) season was announced. IT’S SOON. IT’S SO SOON.
Season six hits Netflix on October 7 — which is only two weeks away.
So mark your calendars, schedule a reminder (or five) in your phone, and while we wait, please enjoy this thoroughly wholesome supercut of Sarah Levy (Twyla) reacting to every Schitt’s Creek win.
Last night happened so that this montage of my sister’s reactions could exist. Love you, @sarahlevy_ . Wish you could have been there with us…but this is almost better? Thanks for capturing it @outerbridge_g. pic.twitter.com/qKCIcdZtjj
— dan levy (@danjlevy) September 21, 2020