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7 Times Schitt’s Creek’s Stars Used Their Fame to Inspire Action

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What began in 2015 as a little-known Canadian series has become a critically-acclaimed comedy watched by people from all over the world. Schitt’s Creek has also broken down barriers through its portrayal of LGBTQ+ people and their relationships, and the show’s cast has used its celebrity platform to inspire action many times.

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