It's been more than a year since we said goodbye to the Rose family as they crawled out of their financial destitution on Schitt's Creek.
It was a bittersweet moment because even though the critically acclaimed TV show was wrapped up in a perfect bow, it meant we would never see them again.
However, if it's up to Annie Murphy, the cast and crew would be back in a heartbeat for a new journey.
The actor who played Alexis Rose is desperate for a Schitt's Creek movie to be made and she's been campaigning for creator and her on-screen brother Dan Levy to make it happen.
Speaking to US Weekly, Annie said: "I mean, I've been sending Dan $5 a day in the mail as a bribe. So far, I have not heard back about a movie officially. But, oh, my God, I would be just over the moon if that ever came to pass because I miss everyone so much every day.
"Just to see Moira again, I would pay a lot of money to do that."
It would be interesting to see how a movie would play out considering Johnny (Eugene Levy) and Moira (Catherine O'Hara) managed to move to Los Angeles to set up their new business, Alexis moved to New York City to pursue her new career in public relations and David (Dan Levy) stayed in Schitt's Creek to continue working at the Rose Apothecary with his husband Patrick (Noah Reid).
It's not the first time a Schitt's Creek movie has been floated.
In September last year, after the TV show, cast and crew picked up a whopping seven Emmy Awards, many asked whether the show could be revived.
Dany Levy told Vanity Fair: "Here's the thing...this is the best way we could have ever ended the show.
"So if there is an idea that ever pops into my head, worthy of these wonderful people, it has to be really freaking good at this point.
"Because this [the final season] was a really nice way of saying goodbye... so fingers crossed that we get a really good idea that comes into our head."
He double downed on this possibility a few months later when speaking to E! News and said it was 'very flattering' that everyone wanted it to happen.
"I would love for there to be. I'm not ruling it out," he said. "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."
"And then if people are still interested and an idea comes to me and our cast is wanting to do it, then great."
Here's hoping an idea comes up eventually.
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