The CBC comedy by Dan and Eugene Levy had been entertaining throughout its six seasons
Schitt’s Creek is a Canadian sitcom created by Dan Levy and his dad Eugene Levy that first premiered on Canadian network CBC on January 13, 2015. It’s US channel is Pop TV and is also available for streaming on Netflix.
The story follows the wealthy Rose family who is suddenly not so wealthy anymore and is forced to leave their elite lifestyle behind and relocate to a small town called Schitt’s Creek, where their last asset remained. The patriarch Johnny and Moira, along with their children David and Alexis start living and learning life in their small motel.
The show’s reception
The show got a modest reception and didn’t get a lot of positive responses. But Netflix came to the rescue and once it came aboard the streaming giant after it’s third season, it began to attract a lot of viewers and soon became a massive hit – earning heaps of praises for it writing, comedy, and acting. It won awards like the ACTRA Awards and Canadian Screen Awards, among others. It also won seven major comedy awards during the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. After six seasons, let’s see where the show currently stands.
Renewed or cancelled?
Season six of Schitt’s Creek premiered on January 7, 2020 on CBC and wound up on April 7, 2020, consisting of 14 episodes.
Talking about the show, creator and star Dan Levy said that he wanted a satisfactory ending and the decision to wrap it up when it was at its popularity was a decision by the entire team. He decided that season 6 felt like a great time to end it on a high note with the show’s fans without overstaying their welcome.
So currently, the show stand cancelled, and it’s best for it to stay like that.
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