‘SCHITT’S CREEK’ SNAGS A WHOPPING 15 EMMY NOMINATIONS FOR ITS FINAL SEASON

Will this be the year the beloved Canadian show finally wins some Emmys?

The Canadian sitcom Schitt's Creek is ending after six seasons, having gained a large following on both sides of the border. (CBC)

Will this be the year the beloved Canadian show finally wins some Emmys?

Consider us glee-ridden: “Schitt’s Creek” is up for a total of 15 Emmys this year, including Outstanding Comedy Series, and a nod in each of the four comedy acting categories for its stars Catherine O’Hara, Eugene Levy, Dan Levy and Annie Murphy.

Murphy, who plays the spoiled but sweet Alexis and whose unique cadences made “Ew, David” a thing, told Vulture that she choked on bacon when she found out she was nominated.

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“I was sitting on the floor eating pancakes, and I’d just finished choking on a large piece of bacon,” she said of the moment she heard the news. “I gathered around my laptop and found out that way. Actually, the bacon choking was post-finding out; it was a reactionary gasp.”

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