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Schitt’s Creek, star­ring Dan and Eu­gene Levy, is a TV dram­edy on CBC about a wealthy fam­ily who loses ev­ery­thing— ex­cept for the back­woods town they once bought on a whim. The Jan­uary premiere will be a great ex­cuse to use more of ev­ery­one’s fave emoji. (We love

Creek.) In an­tic­i­pa­tion, we asked Cana­dian ac­tress Emily Hamp­shire, who plays a “hard but soft” townie, some im­por­tant ques­tions: What emoji do you re­ally wish ex­isted? “An ‘I’m sick of tex­ting’ emoji. It would be a big thumb, swollen from tex­ting.” This fam­ily ex­pe­ri­ences “the worst thing that could ever hap­pen.” What’s your night­mare? “Yikes! Re­ally? Get­ting some hor­ri­ble dis­ease where I’m trapped in a par­a­lyzed body—or los­ing my mind. I’m very grate­ful for my health.” Do you have a favourite mo­ment from film­ing the show? “One night, this gi­ant mu­tant moth paid us a visit on the Schitt’s Creek set. My favourite mo­ment was Dan ‘Ter­ri­fied of Moths’ Levy’s re­ac­tion to it.” ■ Ed­i­tor’s note: Hamp­shire showed us photo ev­i­dence of said moth. It was, in fact, a gi­ant mu­tant.

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