Schitt's Creek stars Dan Levy, Noah Reid recreate classic movie romance scenes
Finding love in a hopeless place
In the sixth and final season of Schitt's Creek, David (series co-creator Dan Levy) and Patrick (Noah Reid) finally get ready to tie the knot with a series of engagement photos that… well, don't really do the couple justice, though that severe spray tan gave way to some iconic imagery. For Entertainment Weekly's new digital cover for the Canadian TV comedy taking the world by storm, these two stars get a photoshoot for the ages by recreating some of cinema's classic romantic moments.
Here's looking at you, David
We'll always have Pa—... Schitt's Creek.
That's what fans are saying as they prepare to bid farewell to the Pop TV and CBC show that began back in 2015 on Canadian television screens, before blowing up with international audiences thanks to Netflix. But where this show is going we can't follow. At least, we have these black-and-white photos of Levy and Reid staring into each other's eyes as Ilsa and Rick from Casablanca.
A behind-the-scenes look at magic in the making.
He's just a boy, standing in front of another boy, asking him to love him. Levy and Reid get cozy on their own park bench as a nod to the Julia Roberts-Hugh Grant 1999 rom-com.
Can we stay a bit longer?
David and Patrick's love story is just as iconic as Anna and William's.
Make a wish!
David's wish will finally come true when wedding bells ring later this season. Until then, bask in the romantic goodness that is Levy and Reid doing their own spin on John Hughes' Sixteen Candles.
Set design by Abraham Latham/Art Department
Grooming by Lucky Bromhead, Ana Sorys
Wardrobe by Erica Cloud/The Only Agency
Tailoring by Lauren Bradley