Love That Journey for Me
A fitting ode to a show that filled many a quarantined hour, Emily Garside's 'Love That Journey For Me' dives deep into the world of Canadian comedy-drama 'Schitt's Creek'. A cultural sensation that brought viewers the wonder of Moira Rose and Herb Ertlinger's win, it also - as Emily points out - became a watershed moment in both sitcom history, and in the portrayal of gay relationships on screen. Considering the fusion of existing romcom and sitcom traditions, reference and tropes, this title celebrates the nuance of 'Schitt's Creek' and its surrounding cultural, societal and activist impact. More so, it ventures through the celebratory influences from Cabaret to Drag, and how Dan Levy has utilised and subverted expectations in his work.