Schitt's Creek wins big at the Golden Globes after Emmys sweep

Brendan Morrow
·1 min read

It was another great night for Schitt's Creek at the Golden Globe Awards.

The show won the Golden Globe for Best Television Series — Musical or Comedy, while its star Catherine O'Hara also took home the Best Actress in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy trophy for her performance.

This came after Schitt's Creek had a historic night at last year's Emmys, sweeping the comedy category with wins not only for Outstanding Comedy Series, but for all four of its stars. Its Golden Globe win this year was particularly impressive considering the show had never even been nominated in the top comedy category for its previous seasons.

Still, Schitt's Creek wasn't quite able to get a full Golden Globes sweep like it did at the Emmys, as Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis took home the lead comedy actor prize over Eugene Levy.

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