After earning a whopping 15 nominations for its sixth and final season, Schitt's Creek had an amazing night at Sunday's Emmys. During the Creative Arts Emmys, which were held on Sept. 19, the show took home both outstanding casting for a comedy series and outstanding contemporary costumes.
At the Emmys, Schitt's Creek won the award for outstanding comedy series, making it the first family sitcom to do so since Modern Family in 2014. The entire Rose family — Eugene Levy, Dan Levy, Annie Murphy, and Catherine O'Hara — also took home Emmys for their performances. Schitt's Creek managed to set the Emmy record, with their nine wins, for number of awards won by a comedy in a single season. It's nice to see the show get recognized for all the laughs it's brought us over the years, particularly with the heartwarming connections the cast has made.