TORONTO (Reuters) – Canadian comedy “Schitt’s Creek” and drama “Anne with an E” led the nominations for the Canadian Screen Awards, grabbing 15 nods each on Thursday.
The awards, which will be broadcast on March 31, recognize achievements in Canadian film, TV and digital media, with 135 nominations this year.
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The two Canadian Broadcasting Corporation shows have garnered a worldwide audience on Netflix, where the fifth season of “Schitt’s Creek,” a sleeper hit starring father and son duo Eugene and Daniel Levy as well as Catherine O’Hara, began airing last month.
All three are nominated for best lead actor in a comedy for the show about a suddenly impoverished family that is forced to move to a...
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