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The show was the night's biggest winner, bagging 15 gongs in total.
But the biggest excitement for fans of the show came when actor Dan Levy was asked if he thought we'd ever get a movie.
Speaking during a virtual press Q&A at the awards bash, the David Rose actor, who also penned the show, didn't rule out a feature length version when quizzed.
"Oh my gosh. Here's the thing: Some people have been asking that," he said, before adding that the season finale was "the best way we could've ever ended the show."
"If there is an idea that pops into my head and worthy of these wonderful people, it has to be really freaking good at this point," he went on.
"This is a really nice way of saying goodbye. 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."
The TV show ran for six seasons, gaining massive success in recent years after landing on Netflix.
And it absolutely smashed it during the award show, picking up gongs left right and centre.
Schitt's Creek actress Catherine O'Hara (Moira Rose) bagged outstanding lead actress in a comedy series, while Dan's father, Eugene Levy (Johnny Rose), took away the outstanding lead actor in a comedy award.
Annie Murphy (Alexis Rose) also went home victorious, winning outstanding supporting actress in a comedy while Dan won outstanding supporting actor in a comedy, as well as outstanding writing for a comedy series, for his work on series finale, "Happy Ending."
Andrew Cividino also took home outstanding director for a comedy while Schitt's Creek also took home outstanding comedy series.
Other shows that won big at the Emmys include Succession, which took home the night's top prize for best drama series.
Succession also brought home a best actor gong for Jeremy Strong.
The HBO hit won best writing and best directing in the drama category, too.
HBO hit Watchman also saw success, winning best limited series, plus, Regina King and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II also took away individual awards.
Meanwhile, Zendaya, 24, beat the likes of Jennifer Aniston to win best drama actress for her role in Euphoria, making history as the youngest star ever to do so.
Jen didn't let it get her down though, instead holding a Friends reunion with Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow at her home. You can read more about that here.
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