“The idea of working with these people again is still something that is kind of at the front of our brains,” he said on Tuesday. “We’ve never ruled out the possibility that, you know, we could come back in some form, be it a movie or another Christmas thing or who knows? But nothing has been ruled out, believe me. The opportunity to work with everybody again would be fantastic, because it was the best six years of my life, no question.”Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Dan Levy, Noah Reid, Emily Hampshire and Annie Murphy on “Schitt’s Creek.” PopTVEarlier this year, the wildly popular series swept the 2020 Emmy Awards, taking home an unprecedented nine trophies for its final season. O’Hara, 66, Murphy, 33, and the father-son duo each received individual honors after the show went nearly unrecognized for the previous five years. After the whirlwind awards night, Daniel gushed over being able to share the moment with both his real-life family and the one he built through Schitt’s Creek.“Obviously for [my dad] to be in his 70s and to have never been nominated for an Emmy as an actor, it felt like, what a lovely time for him to win. I was just so proud. I was proud of our relationship. I was proud of the work that he did,” Daniel told Vulture in September. “The whole process just felt oddly not real. … It was just this game that eventually we’d have to give them all back.”- Advertisement – Best wishes, warmest regards! Saying goodbye to Schitt’s Creek was as hard for Eugene Levy as it was for the show’s massive fan base — but he doesn’t think it was the end of the road for the Rose family.The Canadian actor, 73, created the heartwarming comedy series with his son, Daniel Levy. Schitt’s Creek ran for six seasons starting in 2015, and its series finale aired in April. While viewers grew attached to each and every one of the show’s quirky characters, Eugene and Daniel, 37, knew they’d told their story the best they could.Eugene Levy as Johnny Rose on “Schitt’s Creek.” PopTV- Advertisement – Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! “We’ve said, and Daniel has said too, that we ended the show when we thought the show should have ended. It was the right time to end it,” the Serendipity star said during an interview with Fox 5 New York’s Rosanna Scotto on Tuesday, November 10. “All the stories kind of resolved themselves in as natural a way as you could, and there was no point in really extending it.”For six seasons, Eugene played the Rose family’s patriarch, Johnny, who takes over operations of a motel after being forced to move to the rural town of Schitt’s Creek. Moira Rose (Catherine O’Hara) and the pair’s children — David (Daniel) and Alexis (Annie Murphy) — leave their lives of luxury behind and find themselves falling in love with the place they learned to call home.Though the series wrapped, Eugene is hopeful that fans will get to see their favorite Schitt’s Creek characters back in action sooner rather than later.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
There may be no love lost between these rival teams, but there is respect. Curry gets that from Clippers forward Blake Griffin, who is having a fine campaign in his own right.“You just have to constantly be aware and always know where he’s at and know your scheme for each situation,” Griffin said. “He’s playing at an unbelievable rate, just an unbelievable mindset right now. You’ve just got to try to make it tough on him.”Griffin is averaging a career-high 26.6 points and is shooting 55.8 percent from the field, his best in five-plus campaigns.What amazes Clippers coach Doc Rivers is the way Curry shoots. He’s not just coming off screens.“He’s not only just catch and shoot, it’s off the dribble and shoot. … I don’t know if I’ve ever seen anything like it,” he said. Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors entered this season never having shot better than 49 percent from the field. His top percentage from 3-point range was a fine 45.5 percent. Both numbers came in the same 2011-12 season, in which he played only 23 games.His highest scoring average was 24.0 in 2013-14.Last season, when he won the MVP award and led the Warriors to the NBA title, Curry shot 48.7 percent, 44.3 from long-distance. He averaged 23.8 points.Curry entered Thursday’s game against the Clippers at Staples Center averaging a league-high 33.7 points. He was shooting 52.1 percent from the field, 45.6 (62 of 135) from beyond the arc. 3-point woesIt was pointed out to Clippers guard Austin Rivers at the morning shootaround that the Clippers were sitting 25th among 30 NBA teams in 3-point shooting percentage. But Rivers correctly responded that it’s not as bad as it might seem.“I think we got off to a slow start, so that’s probably why our percentage is down. I think as of lately we’ve been shooting a little bit better. It’s only like one small aspect of the whole game, so we’re not really even focused on it. It’s just, if we’re shooting well from 3, we’re shooting well. If we’re not, we’re not. At the end of the day, we just care if we win or not. We could be 28th in the league in 3s and if we have one of the best records in the league, we (couldn’t) care less. We’re just trying to win games.”The Clippers entered the game shooting 31.1 percent. It was worse. After shooting 26.3 percent from long distance in a 94-92 win over Memphis on Nov. 9, the Clippers shot 44.4 percent, 34.6 and 36.8 at Dallas, at Phoenix and against Detroit, respectively. The Clippers lost two of the three. Rivers on McHale firingThe firing of Houston Rockets coach Kevin McHale on Wednesday after a 4-7 start seems to have been a stunner. All McHale did this past season was lead the Rockets to the Western Conference finals, a place the team had not been since the 1996-97 season.In getting that far, McHale led his team back from a 3-1 deficit to the Clippers in the conference semifinals, to advance.Count Doc Rivers among those left shaking his head.“Yeah, very,” he said, when asked if he was astonished by the news. “I think it’s surprising for everyone. They only made it to the Western (Conference) finals last year. But that’s our league. And I think I’ve given this speech now my last 11 years a lot – nothing surprises me anymore.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Orwain Sandy, the former Guyana Defence Force captain who shot his girlfriend, Reona Payne to death and then blamed his action on mental illness, was deemed fit to stand trial for the heinous crime.This was revealed when he reappeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Thursday.Sandy’s Attorney, James Bond told the court that there were difficulties getting a private psychiatrist to examine his client and as such, they had to resort to local Psychiatrist, Dr Bhrio Harry to perform the evaluation.Bond further related that he and his client are ready to proceed with the full disclosures for prosecution. On the other hand, Police Prosecutor Vishnu Hunt told the court that the Police are yet to collect three outstanding statements in the matter but assured that they will be ready for commencement of the Preliminary Inquiry (PI).However, Magistrate Judy Latchman further remanded Sandy to prison and the matter was adjourned until June 11 for statements.In May, Sandy shot and killed Payne in broad daylight in First Street Alexander village; he then turned himself into the Police and handed over the service weapon he used to commit the act. Payne was shot multiple times about her body.Sandy was subsequently charged but he was granted an application to be mentally evaluated after his attorney told the court that the examination is critical to his client’s well-being, since he has been consulting with a psychiatrist for the past two years.It was reported that Sandy and Payne were in a motorcar proceeding along First Street, Alexander Village when an argument ensued after he reportedly accused her of being unfaithful.It was reported that he stopped the car, and as the woman exited, he shot her several times with his service revolver.He left her lifeless body on the roadway and went to the Ruimveldt Police Station, where he surrendered, informing ranks what he had done moments earlier.This publication was told that the argument ensued after Sandy had confronted Payne about having an affair with one of his colleagues.