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Celebs React To 'Schitt's Creek' Cleaning Up At The  Emmys

Mariah Carey, James Corden, Paula Abdul, and many more went to Twitter to show the series some love.

The highly praised TV series Schitt's Creek broke records as they took nine Emmys last night. There's no wonder that so many stars and celebrities were celebrating the cast and crew's success.

Schitt's Creek just finished their sixth and final season - and they ended the series with a bang. The show took home the following awards: Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Eugene Levy), Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Catherine O'Hara), Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Dan Levy), Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Annie Murphy), Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (Dan Levy), Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Dan Levy and Andrew Cividino), Outstanding Contemporary Costumes (Debra Hanson and Darci Cheyne) and Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series (Lisa Parasyn and Jon Comerford).

Last night marked the most wins in history for a comedy in just one year.

Here are what the biggest celebrities are saying about the historic night for Schitt's Creek:

Mariah Carey


Mariah Carey wrote on Twitter, saying:

"Congrats @danjlevy!!! You'll always be my David Rose xoxo"

Bette Midler



Paula Abdul


Paula Abdul made it known she loved and supported Schitt's Creek by writing:

"Congratulations #SchittsCreek for winning BEST COMEDY SERIES. I love this show so much and am so happy for ll your successes!!! And yay @annefrances for your #Emmys win as well."

" I love seeing my favorite show @SchittsCreek winning BIG at the #Emmys. Congrats to Catherine O'Hara, @Realeugenelevy and @danjlevy for their wins. Let it be a #SchittsCreeksweep"

The hit singer was right - it really was a Schitt's Creek sweep.

James Corden


People in the comedy industry must support each other, right? That's exactly what James Corden did. He wrote to Twitter about Schitt's Creek, saying:

"It's impossible not to be overjoyed for @danjlevy and the cast of @SchittsCreek its so richly deserved x"

Justin Trudeau


Did you know that Schitt's Creek originally premiered on CBC Television in Canada in 2015 before becoming popular in the U.S? That's why Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau had something very special to say about the series' big night:

"Congratulations to the cast and crew of @SchittsCreek for their historic Emmy's sweep tonight -- and for bringing such joy and humour to all our lives these past six years. And to all Canadians who were nominated this year, we're so proud of your great work too."

Sandra Oh


Another comedian legend spoke out about the Schitt's Creek sweep:

"Dan Levy -- a true Canadian, just apologized for winning!! Lol!!"

If you haven't watched Schitt's Creek already, this is now your sign that you must go watch it - available on Netflix, Hulu, and many other streaming services

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