TV - Movies
Dan Levy Directed
More Episodes Of
Schitt's Creek
Than You
Probably Think
By CAITLIN ALBERS
Created by the father-son duo Eugene Levy and Dan Levy, the nine-time Emmy winner "Schitt's Creek," featured 10 directors across 80 episodes. Dan Levy held many roles on set, and outside of starring, co-creating, and producing, the actor also has 25 episode writing credits on the series.
Dan was clearly invested and dedicated to the project, and he eventually decided to stick his toe in the director pool. The first episode of "Schitt's Creek" Levy directed was "Merry Christmas, Johnny Rose" (Season 4, Episode 13), and went on to helm three other episodes.
Levy then directed "Life is a Cabaret" (Season 5, Episode 14) which showcased the town's performance of "Cabaret" with Stevie and Patrick in the lead role. He was also responsible for directing the opener and closer — "Smoke Signals" and "Happy Ending" — of Season 5 which were the bookends to David and Patrick's wedding story.