Welcome back to the Rosebud Motel, where the Herb Ertlinger wine flows freely and the Schitt's Creek cast has us cracking up with their behind-the-scenes antics. On Wednesday, Emily Hampshire shared a webisode from season one that shows her and Dan Levy in character as Stevie and David during a conversation about selling the motel. "How far did you get into selling the motel while I wasn't there?" David asks Stevie, who says she "barely even considered it" — apart from speaking to a realtor, getting a quote, buying "for sale" signs, and brainstorming a few commercial slogans.
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Schitt's Creek's Emily Hampshire Has Already Landed Her Next Big TV Role and Who Is Emily Hampshire Dating? Her Relationship History Includes a Marriage
Schitt's Creek's Emily Hampshire Has Already Landed Her Next Big TV Role and Who Is Emily Hampshire Dating? Her Relationship History Includes a Marriage. Who Is Emily Hampshire Dating? Her Relationship History Includes a Marriage and Schitt's Creek's Emily Hampshire Has Already Landed Her Next Big TV Role. Logan Ryan...
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Schitt's Creek actress Emily Hampshire joins Amazon series The Rig and Emily Hampshire and Iain Glen to star in upcoming Amazon show The Rig
Schitt's Creek actress Emily Hampshire joins Amazon series The Rig and Emily Hampshire and Iain Glen to star in upcoming Amazon show The Rig. Emily Hampshire and Iain Glen to star in upcoming Amazon show The Rig and Schitt's Creek actress Emily Hampshire joins Amazon series The Rig. iOS 15...
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Amazon’s ‘The Rig’ Casts ‘Game of Thrones’ Alum Iain Glen, ‘Schitt’s Creek’s Emily Hampshire & More and ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star Emily Hampshire Joins Amazon UK Series ‘The Rig’; Scotland Shoot To Begin This Month
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Iain Glen, Emily Hampshire and Martin Compston have joined the cast for new Amazon series The Rig. The thriller will be filmed in Scotland on an oil rig later this month. Game Of Thrones star Glen, Schitt’s Creek actress Hampshire and Line Of Duty’s Compston will work with creator David Macpherson and director John Strickland on the series.
‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star Emily Hampshire Joins Amazon UK Series ‘The Rig’; Scotland Shoot To Begin This Month
EXCLUSIVE: Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire is joining Amazon UK Original series The Rig, we can reveal. The six-part thriller, which will be directed by Line of Duty and Bodyguard director John Strickland, is set to shoot in Scotland later this month on an oil rig and at FirstStage Studios in Edinburgh. It will be the first Amazon Original to shoot exclusively in Scotland.
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After sweeping the Primetime Emmys in 2020, the Schitt’s Creek’s cast is moving on to new things. Emily Hampshire (a.k.a. Stevie Budd) is looking to stay in the television space. Her latest television gig will see her follow in some iconic soap opera footsteps. Hampshire will star in a remake of the cult classic television series Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.
‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star Emily Hampshire to Play ‘Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman’ in Remake of Norman Lear Series
“Schitt’s Creek” star Emily Hampshire has signed on to star as the title character in a new, updated version of Norman Lear’s 1970s syndicated hit “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.”. Hampshire will also be an executive producer on the project, and co-write the script with Jacob Tierney (“Letterkenny”), who will serve...
Schitt’s Creek vet Emily Hampshire has booked herself a trip to Fernwood, Ohio, to star in a remake of Norman Lear’s Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. The original syndicated series, which ran weeknights from January 1976 to July 1977, was a soap opera sendup that starred Louise Lasser as a housewife who attempted to cope with various bizarre and violent incidents occurring around her. Lasser earned an Emmy nod for the role in ’76, in a Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement. (In July 1977, the offshoot Fernwood 2 Night, a talk show spoof starring Martin Mull and Fred Willard, premiered and ran through September.)
Is there a “Schitt’s Creek” reunion or movie in the works?. “Extra’s” Rachel Lindsay caught up with Emily Hampshire, who played Stevie on the show, and asked her what fans can expect. She played coy, but did say, “There definitely has been talk of us getting together to do something again. None of us wanted to end the show. We all genuinely like each other… so I don’t think it is the end of us doing something together again.”
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Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman is the latest Norman Lear-produced comedy series to get a possible reboot. Emily Hampshire, last seen on Schitt’s Creek, would star as the title character in this spoof of soap operas. Hampshire will also co-write and executive produce the series. Sony Pictures Television is developing the potential series, but a network home has not yet been found.
‘Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman’ Remake Starring ‘Schitt’s Creek’s Emily Hampshire In Works At Sony TV With Norman Lear & Jacob Tierney
Another Norman Lear classic is eying a return to TV. Sony Pictures Television is developing a remake of Lear’s acclaimed 1970s series Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. It hails from Schitt’s Creek co-star Emily Hampshire, who will co-write, executive produce and star as the title character Mary Hartman; Letterkenny creator Jacob Tierney, who will co-write with Hampshire; and Lear and Brent Miller’s Act III Productions. Tierney will serve as showrunner of the series, which will be shopped to buyers in the coming weeks, I hear.
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Sony Pictures Television is tapping Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire for a reboot of Norman Lear‘s ’70s series Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Hampshire is reportedly attached to co-write, executive produce, and star in the series as the titular character. Letterkenny creator Jacob Tierney is set to join the project as showrunner and co-writer, according to Deadline.
The former Schitt's Creek star will co-write, executive produce and star in an updated version of the Lear-developed satire of soap operas, American media, and consumer culture that earned a cult-like following airing in first-run syndication from 1976 to 1977. Louise Lasser earned an Emmy nomination playing the title role, a small-town Ohio housewife who reacted to the bizarre goings on all around her. Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman ran for two seasons and 325 episodes, spawning the beloved spinoff spoof talk show Fernwood 2 Night, starring Martin Mull and Fred Willard. Sony Pictures TV, which plans to shop the remake to networks and streamers, says the updated Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman gives a new spin to the characters of Fernwood, Ohio, and “is about a small-town woman who feels like a nobody in every aspect of her life until she suddenly becomes a ‘Verified’ social media somebody. We’re bringing the original show’s satirical look at consumer culture into today’s social media world, where ‘America’s Typical Consumer Housewife’ has now become the product consumed when her nervous breakdown goes viral.” Hampshire will co-write the revival with Canadian actor, director and writer Jacob Tierney. The pair have worked together in the past, including in his 2009 film The Trotsky.
'Schitt's Creek' star Emily Hampshire shares her favorite canned cocktail flavor ahead of the Cutwater Spirits Super Bowl Sunday ad.
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Ever since Schitt's Creek aired its final season, fans have been desperate for the Rose family to make a return, or at least hint at a possible comeback in the future. Now, Emily Hampshire has fuelled the possibility of a spin-off when quizzed in a recent interview. Asked by Hollywood...