The Canadian television show "Schitt's Creek" just began its fifth season. It follows the story of the Roses, a wealthy family that suddenly loses its fortune and has to move to a small, rural American town called Schitt's Creek, which Johnny Rose, played by Eugene Levy, once bought for his son David — played by Eugene's actual son Daniel Levy — as a joke. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson traveled to New York to talk with the Levys about the show, and its unique way of portraying a gay relationship.
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