Schitt’s Creek star / creator Dan Levy CALLS Comedy Central India

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Just weeks after Schitt’s Creek closed its six-season series by winning the Emmy Comedy Awards, series star and co-creator Dan Levy called Comedy Central India to censorship.

The 37-year-old actor and writer’s quote retweeted a March 2019 tweet from Comedy Central India, containing a promotional video for the fifth episode of Season 5 Homecoming.

The video features a home party scene with Levy’s character David Rose kissing Ted Mullens (Dustin Milligan) during a bottle spin game, though Comedy Central India cut that scene from their show. , which challenged Levy.

Speaking: Just weeks after Schitt’s Creek wrapped up its six-season series by winning the Emmy Comedy Awards, series star and co-creator Dan Levy called Comedy Central India to censorship.

The scene opened with Stevie (Emily Hampshire) tasked by David to continue the game, even though she didn’t want to kiss anyone.

She spins and he lands on David’s sister, Alexis (Annie Murphy) and they kissed briefly, which was shown in the scene.

The video also showed the scene where Alexis and her boyfriend Ted kiss, but when Ted spins the bottle and it lands on David and Ted kisses her, the kiss itself is awkwardly cut from the video. .

Kiss: The scene opened with Stevie (Emily Hampshire) tasked by David to continue the game, even though she didn't want to kiss anyone

Kiss: The scene opened with Stevie (Emily Hampshire) tasked by David to continue the game, even though she didn’t want to kiss anyone

While the tweet was posted a year and a half ago, Levy retweeted it on Tuesday, calling for the same sex kiss being cut.

“You showed the kiss between two women, you showed the kiss between a woman and a man, then removed the kiss between two men?” Levy asked.

“It’s a show about the power of inclusiveness. Gay privacy censorship is making a nefarious statement against this message, ”he concluded with the hashtag #loveislove

He then had to make it clear that his comments were directed to Comedy Central India, not the flagship Comedy Central network.

Clarified: He then had to make it clear that his comments were directed to Comedy Central India, not Comedy Central's flagship network.

Clarified: He then had to make it clear that his comments were directed to Comedy Central India, not Comedy Central’s flagship network.

“I thought I explained this pretty clearly, but for those who are confused, this is a channel in India,” he said.

‘@ComedyCentral in America is not censoring the show. They were charming and respectful. Thanks for your time, ”he concluded, with the peace sign emoji and the smiley face upside down.

Schitt’s Creek made history by winning all seven major comedy awards at the Emmy Awards last month.

History: Schitt's Creek made history by winning all seven major comedy awards at the Emmy Awards last month

History: Schitt’s Creek made history by winning all seven major comedy awards at the Emmy Awards last month

The show covered the Outstanding Comedy Series, as well as Outstanding Writing (Dan Levy) and Outstanding Directing (Dan Levy and Andrew Cividino).

He also won all four Acting Awards, with Catherine O’Hara winning Outstanding Leading Actor, Annie Murphy winning Outstanding Supporting Actress and Dan Levy and his father Eugene Levy winning Outstanding Leading Actor and Supporting Actor. exceptional.

Fans also got a bit of a surprise when the sixth and final season hit Netflix four days earlier than expected.

Acting Awards: He also won all four Acting Awards, with Catherine O'Hara winning Outstanding Leading Actress, Annie Murphy winning Outstanding Supporting Actress and Dan Levy and her father Eugene Levy winning Best lead actor and exceptional supporting actor

Acting Award: He also won all four Acting Awards, with Catherine O’Hara winning Outstanding Leading Actress, Annie Murphy winning Outstanding Supporting Actress and Dan Levy and her father Eugene Levy winning Best lead actor and exceptional supporting actor

Emmy win: The show covered an outstanding comedy series, as well as exceptional writing (Dan Levy) and exceptional directing (Dan Levy and Andrew Cividino)

Emmy win: The show covered an outstanding comedy series, as well as exceptional writing (Dan Levy) and exceptional directing (Dan Levy and Andrew Cividino)

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