20.04.2021

Schitt’s Creek Cast Who Watched the Series Finale Over Zoom

Here’s your daily reminder that the Schitt’s Creek cast is simply the best: the stars spent Tuesday night watching the Pop TV show’s series finale over a Zoom video call. Dan Levy, Annie Murphy, Eugene Levy, Emily Hampshire, Noah Reid, Karen Robinson, Jennifer Robertson, and Sarah Levy virtually joined together from their various social distancing locations to enjoy the last episode together like the Roses would’ve wanted. Now, I won’t spoil the episode for all of you waiting for the Netflix drop (hopefully) later this year, but it warms my heart to know they got to commemorate such a special moment together – even from miles apart.

In addition to preparing for the series finale, the cast also put forward fundraising efforts this week to benefit Food Banks Canada and Feeding America in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The cast members surpassed their $150,000 goal in less than a week and continue to raise more money, showing once again they deserve our best wishes and warmest regards.

No, You Aren’t the Only One Still Sobbing Over the Schitt’s Creek Finale and Documentary

Our warmest regards to Schitt’s Creek fans everywhere, because we know you’re an emotional mess. The Pop TV comedy aired its series finale on April 7, followed by a documentary special that gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at the cast and crew’s journey during the final season. Titled Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: A Schitt’s Creek Farewell, the special featured never-before-seen footage of wardrobe fittings, the cast’s emotional final table read, audition tapes, and interviews with fan favorites, including Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Dan Levy, and Annie Murphy.

From watching the Roses say goodbye, to David and Patrick finally getting their beautiful wedding day, and then watching the cast themselves get emotional over their farewell, fans didn’t stand a chance. If you say your weren’t already sobbing by the time Patrick sang a bit of Links”>Mariah Carey‘s “Always Be My Baby” as a part of his vows, we’re just going to assume that’s a barbarous jape, bebe! Keep reading for some of the most heartfelt reactions from fans after they watched the finale and the documentary; even the cast got into it as they watched the finale over Zoom.

James Van Der Beek’s Fun Homeschooling Hack Is a Huge Help to Children With Dyslexia

James Van Der Beek is here to to make learning a little more fun for children with dyslexia, and their parents, too. In a video posted on his Instagram account on Thursday, the father of five – who has opened up about his struggles with dyslexia in the past – shared a trick he taught himself growing up to make writing numbers and letters just a little easier. “This is brilliant – as a teacher, this has given me goosebumps!” commented one fan.

The hack, which focuses on numbers, involves giving each number a personality and a story relevant to all the other numbers’ stories. James then acts out the personality of each number in a way that makes the shape and sequence of each one more understandable. “As a mom to a dyslexic son, I could not love this more!!!” wrote another fan. Watch James’s full number-writing hack here, and prepare for homeschooling to be a little more fun.

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