Eugene and Dan Levy nominated for two Golden Globes

Feb 3 2021, 8:51 am

Eugene and Dan Levy might be taking home some Golden Globes this year.

The father-son duo has been nominated for an award each for the upcoming 78th annual awards show.

Eugene Levy was nominated for Best Television Actor in a Musical/Comedy Series, and Dan got the nod for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series.

In general, Schitt’s Creek is nominated for five Golden Globes, including best TV Musical/Comedy Series. Catherine O’Hara was nominated for the Best Television Actress in a Musical/Comedy Series for her role as matriarch Moira Rose. Annie Murphy is up for the Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series.

 

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Last year, Schitt’s Creek set a record for most Emmy wins in a comedy’s single season, taking home hardware for nine different categories.

The series, which aired on CBC, ended its sixth and final season in April 2020.

Other Canadian Golden Globe nominees include Donald Sutherland for his role in the HBO miniseries The Undoing.

The Golden Globes air on NBC on February 28, 2021.

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