If you’re one of the early-risers, you probably already know that Schitt’s Creek won big at this year’s Emmy Awards.
The show won 9 Emmy’s (7 primetime awards), which is the most any comedy series has ever bagged in a year.
The first SEVEN #Emmys of the night have gone to “Schitt’s Creek”!— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 21, 2020
The stars of “Schitt’s Creek” have won all four major acting categories.
Eugene and Daniel Levy accept the Emmy for “Schitt’s Creek” for best comedy series. https://t.co/3nAd4nM2p1 pic.twitter.com/upSLxoE6UB
no really tho pic.twitter.com/3Eup3OEy6V— Schitt’s Creek (@SchittsCreek) September 21, 2020
One of the cast members to bring home the trophy, was Annie Murphy, who plays the role of Alexis Rose in the show.
She won the award – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, which is quite something, considering she had decided to quit acting a few years ago.
annie murphy almost quit acting after her house burned down and she was broke and she kept getting rejected at auditions— David Mack (@davidmackau) September 21, 2020
then she got the part of alexis and now she has an emmy pic.twitter.com/k1TM5lF4xP
In an earlier interview, Annie told about the rough phase of her life right before she bagged the role that changed her life.
I hadn’t worked in two years. My apartment was just freshly burned down, and I had a very small number of dollars in the bank. I had just blown my very first screen test that I had ever been offered.
annie murphy almost quit acting before she booked schitts creek. and now she has an emmy for it. i love her. #Emmys— pam (@Pamela_Jocelyn) September 21, 2020
This made her think that maybe acting was not for her.
So I decided that acting was not for me. And the day that I sort of screamed out into the universe that I was probably just going to go to secretarial school or something, the day after that, I got the audition for Schitt’s Creek.
Even if your house burns down, better days are ahead. https://t.co/k9D1fNT8db— Vote: Your Life Depends on It. 🏳️🌈✈️ (@tim_portland) September 21, 2020
She must have done something right because she got the part through a call which she says came very late.
Thank you for coming out. We really love what you did…he didn’t speak. For 70 years, he didn’t speak. And then finally, as my trembling voice was like ‘thanks for the opportunity,’ he was like ‘oh just one quick question… how would you like to play my sister on the show?’ And that moment changed my whole life.
What an inspiration, right? These tweets prove that everybody thinks so.
Beyond Words https://t.co/dKu0gaVmYC— Mario Castro (@marioacastro88) September 21, 2020
it’s crying time again https://t.co/3hHKAHM7AL— ellen PJO live series (@rey_skywalkerrr) September 21, 2020
yes i would die for her, yes https://t.co/mRZLmMk3mb— samara weaving bot (@samarasfang) September 21, 2020
she deserves the world and more https://t.co/VOfoF1kuCQ— alex (@fashionhoelouis) September 21, 2020
Why does this look like a scene straight from Schitt’s Creek https://t.co/sKQtkNmz1Z— Haley Miller (@imightbehaley) September 21, 2020
ANNIE MURPHY!! 💕💕💕 #Emmys #SchittsCreek https://t.co/LThRtJkXl6— Stacy (@StacyH90) September 21, 2020