In last week's series finale, Reid's Patrick serenaded Dan Levy's David with an acoustic version of Tina Turner's "The Best." On Friday, Reid released a single for his tender ballad “Hold On.” “It’s a song I wrote while working in Los Angeles when I was away from my partner,” said Reid, whose post-Schitt's Creek tour was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. “We had just moved into an apartment together (in Toronto) and it was difficult to be away in that time frame. I was concerned I was going to lose this great thing that we were just starting to build and there was so much uncertainty. So much isolation and confusion. Fear...The song started from a down place but gradually picks up, because when we hold onto each other we gradually find strength. Hope.” ALSO: Catherine O'Hara breaks down Moira Rose's iconic accent.
TOPICS: Noah Reid, Pop TV, Schitt's Creek, Catherine O'Hara