The Canadian Screen Awards nominees have been announced, honouring the best in the Canadian film and TV industry! And we Canadians have a lot to be proud of!
It’s a nice way to send off a show or two. “Schitt’s Creek” and Anne with an E both got a slew of nominations for next month’s awards.
Schitt’s Creek, now in its sixth and final season is up for 26 awards going into Canadian Screen Week.
The CBC coming-of-age story “Anne with an E,” which was cancelled in late November after three seasons, is next with 17 nominations.
The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, which administers the awards, announced nominees in a total of 141 film, TV, and digital media categories on Tuesday.
The awards will be presented over five days, culminating in the March 29 televised show on CBC and the CBC Gem streaming service.