“Schitt’s Creek” Scores Another Emmy As Eugene Levy Wins For Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series

Eugene Levy gives “Schitt’s Creek” another Sunday night victory.

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Shortly after revealing that Catherine O’Hara was this year’s Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, Sunday’s Emmy Awards ceremony delivered the Lead Actor prize to her “Schitt’s Creek” co-star Eugene Levy.

Levy, who played Johnny Rose on the show, beat out a field that included Ramy Youssef, Michael Douglas, Anthony Anderson, Don Cheadle, and Ted Danson.

Like O’Hara, Levy was a noteworthy betting favorite going into Sunday’s show. “Schitt’s Creek” is also the betting favorite for a number of other categories, including Outstanding Comedy Series. In fact, moments after Eugene Levy’s win, Dan Levy won for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.

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