From Moira Rose to Alexis, Schitt’s Creek, the popular sitcom has invaded our hearts and is pretty adamant to not leave the chamber it is residing in.
Honestly, Schitt’s Creek is by far, one of the best sitcoms that I have seen in my life. So, I tell you, if you haven’t already, watch it right away to have the most fantastic time of your life.
Getting to the point, if you already have watched the show and are a fan, then this could be a little disappointing for you.
Go on to find out.
Eugene Levy and Dan Levy, the father-son in real-time have dropped disappointing news through their media platforms.
The ‘Farewell Tour’ that was decided for Schitt’s Creek, already suffering a delay has now been completely been taken off from the plan.
The reason, you say?
The father-son sent their statement, said, “When we postponed the Schitt’s Creek: The Farewell Tour, we had every hope and intention of traveling to see you later this year,”
Further, they say, “However, despite our best efforts to reschedule while keeping your health and safety at the forefront, we’ve found that state and local mandates vary too widely to do so in the near future.”
Everyone with a ticket will receive a refund.
Schitt’s Creek – No More ”Farewell Tour” For The Fans!
The tour was announced back in May 2020. This was back when the show was in progress and the final episode was yet to air.
There was so much planned for the tour. From behind-the-scenes stories to videos of cast members, and obviously, a great chance for fans to interact with their favorites cast. The others who are onboard along with Dan and Eugene were Noah Reid, Catherine O’Hara, Emily Hampshire, and Annie Murphy.
There was a lot of plan which also had Eighteen nights set up in Los Angeles at the Orpheum, The Borgata in Atlantic City, and in Chicago at The Chicago Theater.
Here is Eugene’s Post for the fans.
— Eugene Levy (@Realeugenelevy) August 21, 2021
Fans are already sad and still, they have been very positive about the cancellation of the tour.
They are ready to be a part of it even when it commences, well, let’s see.