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Ever since Schitt's Creek aired its final season, fans have been desperate for the Rose family to make a return, or at least hint at a possible comeback in the future.
Now, Emily Hampshire has fuelled the possibility of a spin-off when quizzed in a recent interview.
Asked by Hollywood Reporter if she'd like to see a TV spin-off specifically centring around her character, Stevie Budd, following pleas from fans, the actress said that she would totally be up for it.
"I would be down for all of that!," she told the publication.
What are you waiting for Dan and Eugene Levy...? Get on it!
Emily added that getting on with her co-stars made returning to the show a no brainer, should it ever get recommissioned.
"The strange thing is, is that we actually all like each other. Usually when you're on a show, you don't want to spend a day with your entire cast and we did. We loved it," she reflected.
When quizzed if anything was already in the works for the show - be it a reunion or another series - Emily remained tight lipped.
"I cannot share any details... because I want to do it!" she joked. "I would be fired. I wouldn't be asked back."
We don't know about you, but we're going to take that as confirmation that something is happening. It might be a reach, but it's all we have...
The Emmy wining sitcom began in 2015 and aired six seasons. It also starred Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Dan Levy and Annie Murphy as a the wealthy Rose family who are forced to flee their luxurious lifestyle to a small town and live in a hotel after they lose their fortune.
Fans last saw the family break off on their own journeys across the US - Alexis went to New York, Moira and Johnny headed to California and David and his husband Patrick built their life in Schitt's Creek.
Of course, this lead a lot of fans to wonder... what happens next?!
Emily isn't the only one to tease a possible return for the show, in whatever form that may be.
Dan Levy has previously refused to rule out a movie in the future, when quizzed after the show's final ep.
"It's very flattering that people want to know, but I would just say generally I think you need to let the good things settle for a minute. Let people finish the show. Let people sort of take a breath," he told E! "And then if people are still interested and an idea comes to me and our cast is wanting to do it, then great."
Speaking during the Emmys, when the show rose to victory, he also discussed a potential film, acknowledging: "It has to be really freaking good at this point.
"Fingers crossed that we get a really good idea coming into our heads soon.
"I would love to work with these beautiful people again. This has been the most incredible experience."
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