Stars of Schitts Creek Dan Levy and Annie Murphy stopped by to preview season 4 with Allison Dore and Arthur Simeon on Canada Talks on SiriusXM radio.
Check out this great interview with E! Canada with Dan, Eugene, Annie, and Catherine, from earlier today. If you’re in Canada be sure to tune in tonight on Schitt’s Creek season 4 premiere!
Hey guys, sorry for the lack of updates. The holidays have kept me busy and offline a lot. I hope everyone had a great holiday. Who’s excited for the new season of Schitt’s Creek this month?!?! It will be airing in Canada on Jan 9th and in the US on Jan 24th.
I’ve added screencaps of Dan from all the missing episodes 1×04-1×08 of The Great Canadian Baking Show. Congrats to Sabrina for winning the first season. I hope Dan comes back next season to host. I’ve also added additional promotional images, episode stills, and behind the scenes images.
The Great Canadian Baking Show: Behind the Scenes
The Great Canadian Baking Show: 01×04 – Screencaps
The Great Canadian Baking Show: 01×04 – Stills
The Great Canadian Baking Show: 01×05 – Screencaps
The Great Canadian Baking Show: 01×06 – Screencaps
The Great Canadian Baking Show: 01×07 – Screencaps
The Great Canadian Baking Show: 01×08 – Screencaps
A new season 4 trailer has been released and I am so flippin excited!! I can not wait for the new season. I have converted a handful of friends and family into Schitt’s Creek fans.. doing God’s work and all.
Dan, Annie, and the rest of the Schitt’s Creek cast were at the Vulture Festival in LA. Check out photos from the event. I love this cast!
I’ve added HD screencaptures of Dan from The Great Canadian Baking Show. This week it was dessert week. What did you think of the episode? Enjoy the photos.
TV News Roundup: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Sets Season 4 Premiere Date
Pop has announced Season 4 of “Schitt’s Creek” will premiere Jan. 24 at 8 p.m., followed by the series premiere of “Let’s Get Physical” at 8:30 p.m. Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Daniel Levy, and Annie Murphy are returning as the Rose family in the fourth season of “Schitt’s Creek,” while series co-creators Eugene and Daniel Levy continue to executive produce. Jane Seymour (“Wedding Crashers”), Matt Jones (“Breaking Bad”), Chris Diamantopoulos (“Episodes”), and AnnaLynne McCord (“90210”) star in “Let’s Get Physical,” a modern-day comedy capturing the zeitgeist of 1980s aerobics. The series revolves around middle-aged slacker Joe Force (Jones), who makes a reluctant comeback in the fitness industry after his dad, the “Godfather of Aerobics,” unexpectedly passes away and wills Joe the broke-down family gym with eccentric provisions attached to get his actual fortune and estate.
I’ve also added a new still from Schitt’s Creek and a couple missing magazine scans of Dan from Hello! (Canada) and Canada South. Enjoy.
Yesterday was the second episode of The Great Canadian Baking Show and it was bread week! I love his facial expressions. They should make an app of his different facial expressions.
I’ve added screencaps of Dan from last night’s episode. Enjoy the photos.
Yesterday was the first episode of The Great Canadian Baking Show and it was really good! I giggled when one of the contestants kept throwing flour around and Dan jumped back and made a remark about not wearing white around him. hehe. I really enjoyed it. Dan is so kind to the nervous bakers. He seemed to really enjoy all the taste testing, yum.
I’ve added screencaps of Dan from last night’s episode. Hopefully it’ll be added to Netflix to other countries. Enjoy the photos.
Fans of The Great British Bake Off take note – Canada’s version of the hit baking series, The Great Canadian Baking Show, is here and it is just as sweet as the original. Ahead of the show’s premiere on Nov. 1 (CBC), the show’s hosts, Dan Lev yand British-Canadian actress Julia Chan(Saving Hope), dropped by the Chatelaine Kitchen to spill some juicy secrets from the set. Read on to find out what you can expect to see in the Canadian baking tent.
The Canadian version boasts the best group of bakers yet. Julia and Dan both agree that the Canadian version of the hit series has the most positive and skilled group of bakers yet. Dan, 34, confessed, “The bakers were lovely people who were just there to have a good time, to test their skills, and to learn something,” he said, adding, “I do feel like the Canadian cast is arguably the best cast of bakers I’ve ever seen, out of all the franchises!”
Unlike other reality shows that are often rooted in negativity and strategy, The Great Canadian Baking Show aims to foster a supportive environment. Julia, 34, pointed out that the show’s positivity is timely, “We’re living in a bit of a tricky time right now and the [show] came at just the right moment, you know. It’s such a relief to watch.” She continued, “The main goal is just to get that bake done, as good as you can get it. Each competition isn’t against your fellow baker. You’re not competing for a big money prize, you’re just there because you love it.”
The winner of the competition show gets a fancy cake plate, which isn’t quite the same as The Great British Bake Off ’s winning prize of $100,000. But that doesn’t seem to bother any of the Canadian competitors, Dan pointed out, “They’re competing for a cake plate. You’re attracting a different kind of person; a kind of person who’s in it for the experience, not the fame or money. All these people should be put on pedestals just for how good they are as people and as bakers.”
Julia added: “All of these bakers are home bakers, they’re doing it for fun. The show is really such a hopeful spin on the reality-format of competition shows.”
Julia used to make sponge cakes with her mother but hilariously confessed that she would garnish them with woodsy materials she’d foraged. Dan confessed he’s never been much of a baker, “I’m not skilled with anything with my hands, be it origami or baking. It’s too precise. I panic when there’s lists and numbers, so I’m better as a consumer.”