EW, DAVID! SCHITT’S CREEK
The Canadian sitcom just nabbed 4 Emmy nominations. And I feel that needs to be celebrated. (See what I did there?) So I’m dropping the Schitt’s Creek fangirling episode a few days early on the No-Guilt Fangirls podcast.
Ew David! Fangirling Schitt’s Creek and Dan Levy
Because this show: is Simply The Best.
And so is Dan Levy.
Get a little Schitty with us as we talk about our favorite characters and moments from the first 4 seasons. What happens at a Schitt’s Creek Live Event and hear why I haven’t gotten to season 5 just yet!
Parent TV Review
This is rated TV-MA but, I gotta admit, I’m encouraging my older teens to watch this series.
While there is a lot of language and adult situations and discussions of sex I’m still sending my kids in this direction.
Think 14 and up.
There’s so much love and acceptance and truth happening in this show that it absolutely needs to be celebrated by all ages.
Schitt’s Creek Live
Jaime kindly shared these pics and video with us.
I think there’s only a couple of options left to see this show, but if you can go, GO!
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Am I happy that I added another fandom? You know it! And I hope Stranger Things isn’t the last one to come into my world. But I can’t fangirl alone, or without your help, and I want to hear what you love too.
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Patty Holliday is a movie critic, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews.