The beloved series earned an impressive 22 nominations, and more to name the other 2021 nominees.
Shit creek Icon Moira Rose once said that the awards season is her favorite season – and it seems that there was a good reason.
Once again, the beloved Canadian sitcom earned the most nominations at the Canadian Screen Awards, which was announced on March 30. The final season of the series garnered 22 impressive nominations, covering just about every category you can imagine. Shit creek Best Comedy Series and Best Writing (for Dan Levy, Finale), while Eugene and Dan Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Annie Murphy, Emily Hampshire, and Noa Reid all received acting dogs – just to name a few .
At this point, the cast and creative team behind Shit creek There are no strangers to admire. The series landed comedy categories at last year’s Emmys, earning a record-total of nine awards. She also won a few awards at the Golden Globes earlier this year: O’Hara actually accepted the Best Actress Statue and the show was also crowned Best Comedy Series.
Elsewhere on the TV side of the Canadian Screen Awards, CBC sitcom Working moms And Kim feature (Which is currently in its final season) Both received 11 nods. Both series will also compete Baroness von sketch show And yearn Letterkenny For the best comedy.
In drama categories, CTV crime drama Cardinal And CBC’s Trickster Each earned 15 nominations. Following director / co-writer Michel Latimer’s controversy for indigenous identity, the latter was not considered in the Best Drama category. Instead, Cardinal CBC will die for top award against legal series Burden of truth, CTV Medical Drama Transplant, Global suspense chain Departure And historical imagery Vikings.
Indigenous-led horror film, above the nominations for films Blood quantum Leads the pack with 10 nodes – although it was not represented in the Best Picture or Best Director categories. Deepa Mehta is closely behind the play Funny boy, Which earned nine pieces and was TIFF-favorite of Charles Officer Aquila’s escape.
A full list of both 2021 TV and film nominees can be found here. The ninth annual Canadian Screen Awards will run for approximately seven days from May 17 to May 20, culminating in a live stream presenting some of the event’s biggest awards at 8 pm ET on May 20.