Return to Schitt’s Creek with Eugene and Dan Levy’s New Book
By Elaine Selna
Created by the father-son duo Eugene and Daniel Levy, the Canadian television show Schitt’s Creek amassed fans worldwide and was a true phenomenon by the end of its six-season run. But if 80 episodes of the show weren't enough, the duo is back at it again, this time with a new book about the beloved Emmy-winning comedy.
The book, Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt’s Creek, is a love letter to pretty much every aspect of the show. You'll find everything from profiles of all the main and supporting characters to behind-the-scenes secrets of the series's major moments, including Patrick and David's first kiss and the town’s production of Cabaret.
Each member of the Rose family had specific traits that made them who they are, and this book breaks them down for you. Learn about each of Moira’s wigs and David’s plethora of black-and-white sweaters in an illustrated catalog. Discover all the adventures Alexis got up to in her youth, like when she got a lower-back tattoo that says “That’s hot” in Cantonese at age 12 in Hong Kong. Or brush up on your Moira-isms with an entire section dedicated to her effusive and extensive vocabulary.
All these behind-the-scene details and more are ready for you to discover in Eugene and Daniel Levy’s Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt’s Creek, which is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
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