Here's What the Cast of 'Schitt's Creek' Is Up To Right Now
What is the 'Schitt's Creek' cast up to nowadays?
It's been two years since the hilarious, inclusive, feel-good comedy series Schitt's Creek aired its final episode and we said goodbye to the Rose family. That means it's been two years of us missing actors Dan Levy, Emily Hampshire, Annie Murphy, Noah Reid, Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, and the rest of the cast working together.
So, what is the cast up to now? After the runaway success of the show and the praise the entire cast received, they've all got big projects coming up, and we can't wait to see what they do next. Here's what our favorite Schitt's Creek stars are up to next!
Of course he also has his upcoming brunch-themed cooking reality competition show, The Big Brunch, coming this year on HBO Max. That show recently announced that chef Sohla El-Waylly and restaurateur Will Guidara will serve as judges alongside Levy.
The biggest thing Hampshire has coming up is serving as the star, writer, and co-creator of the reboot of Norman Lear's '70s sitcom Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. She's said her new reboot is going to queer the series and bring it up to date for today's modern world. She's also working with Elliot Page on a project that she's keeping tightly under wraps.
After Schitt's Creek, Murphy landed her own starring role in the dark comedy series Kevin Can F**k Himself. She's also starring in the current time-traveling second season of the Netflix Series Russian Doll.
Her next big starring role will be in Carrie Brownstein's upcoming comedy filmWitness Protection, about a woman forced to enter witness protection who has to try to figure out who she really is for the first time.
David's devoted husband Patrick has also been super busy since Schitt's Creek ended, making his Broadway debut starring in the Tracy Letts play The Minutes, a thrilling comedy-mystery from the August: Osage County writer.
Reid is also starring as Billy Tillerson, the son of Will Patton's Wayne Tillerson, in the new Amazon Prime sci-fi western series Outer Range. If you missed his singing from Schitt's Creek, he sings the classic song "Angel of the Morning" in the trailer for the series.
Milligan, who played the super-friendly vet Ted, has been busy starring in Ed Helms' Peacock comedy Rutherford Falls. Up next he's starring in the movies Mack & Rita with Wendi Malick and Diane Keaton, and The People We Hate at the Wedding with Kristen Bell, Allison Janney, Tony Goldwyn, and Ben Platt.