The critically-acclaimed hit series "Schitt's Creek" has gone from a Canadian cult comedy to one of the most Emmy-nominated shows of 2020. The series’ co-creator and showrunner Daniel Levy joined “CBS This Morning” co-host Anthony Mason to discuss the show’s unlikely rise. He shares what it was like working on the series with his father, Eugene Levy, for the last six years. Levy says he has no regrets about ending the series just as it was hitting its peak, saying he’s open to the possibility of reuniting in the future. The series earned 15 nominations for its final season, which aired this spring on POP TV, a Viacom-CBS property. Plus, Levy shares his favorite moments from the series and what's next for him.
Daniel Levy, the co-creator of Schitt's Creek with his father Eugene Levy (Waiting for Guffman; SCTV), discusses being a first-time showrunner, creating a happy work environment, learning from his father, and more. Schitt's Creek is now in its second season.CONNECT W/ BEN BLACKER & THE WRITER'S PANEL ON SOCIAL MEDIAhttps://twitter.com/BENBLACKERhttps://www.facebook.com/TVWritersPanelTHE WRITER'S PANEL IS A FOREVER DOG PODCASThttps://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-writers-panel/
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