Annie Murphy of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Cast as Lead in New AMC Series

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While we’ll sorely miss Schitt’s Creek, its ending has brought exciting opportunities for Annie Murphy who has played Alexis Rose for six seasons on the beloved comedy series.

Murphy’s next project is the lead role in the upcoming AMC series Kevin Can F*** Himself. The show is described as a dark comedy about a woman named Allison who is fed up with being the stereotypical “sitcom wife” and what happens when she escapes the confines of that role.

The show was created by Valerie Armstrong (Lodge 49) and Rashida Jones who will both also serve as executive producers. Will McCormack will be a co-writer with Jones and Craig DiGregorio will helm the series as showrunner.

There is no word yet on a premiere date but the show is scheduled to air eight 1-hour episodes.

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