It feels like just yesterday that Schitt's Creek aired its final episode and we said our farewells to the Rose family and all our other favorite characters.

However, since the comedy series ended, rumors have circulated saying that there could be a follow-up film released in the future. While nothing has ever been confirmed, there has already been interest expressed by major stars like Annie Murphy, who said, “ I just want to see everyone on screen again and I will be a happy camper.”

Now, in a recent interview with Us Weekly, Dan Levy (AKA David Rose) gave an update on the status of a Schitt's Creek film. And sadly for us, it sounds like there isn't anything official in the works...so far.

“[There’s] no update on a Schitt’s Creek movie,” the 38-year-old actor told the publication. However, Levy said that he thought it was a “really good idea,” but he added, “Until that happens, we’re leaving it as is.”

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But while there isn't a confirmed Schitt's Creek movie *yet,* that doesn't mean Levy isn't still devoted to the comedy world he helped build.

In October, the actor co-authored a tie-in book with his father, Eugene Levy, titled Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt's Creek. After only a couple weeks, the title quickly made its way onto the list of New York Times bestsellers.

While talking to Us Weekly, Levy promoted their book, saying, “But the book was good, and the book was something that I spent a really long time on. So until [a movie] happens, if that happens, there’s a wonderful book that people could pick up.”

We'll still be keeping our fingers crossed for a Schitt's Creek flick at some point in the future.

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