There has never been a much better time to binge “Schitt’s Creek.”
The final season of the show will not only premiere on Netflix, but the whole series will also air on Comedy Central. All this follows after the show’s historic night at the Emmy Awards.
The history-making final season of Schitt’s Creek will (finally) hit Netflix in the US and Canada on October 7. pic.twitter.com/VV3cdDCi4H
— Netflix (@netflix) September 21, 2020
Comedy Central will show all the six seasons of “Schitt’s Creek” beginning from October 2. However, the move doesn’t come much of as a surprise. It is because the fellow ViacomCBS property Pop TV also aired the series in the U.S. The show’s Comedy Central timetable is pretty tight. The channel has scheduled five episodes per week every Friday.
Netflix, which already hosts all the first five seasons, will air the final season starting October 7.
Star Cast and Plot
The sixth season of Pop TV’s “Schitt’s Creek” was launched in April 2020. Director Daniel Levy also stars in the show alongside Annie Murphy and his father Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara. Its plot revolves around an affluent family which is forced to live in a small-town motel. They lost everything they used to own except their designer clothes, of course.
The show was Emmy-nominated during its fifth season. To top that, the show dominated this year’s awards ceremony as well. The show had a total of nine wins out of the 15 nominations it received in its final season. Therefore, it created history by kicking off the compettion. The show won awards for all the major comedy categories, including the award for best comedy series.
Pop TV’s had a deal with Netflix which brought “Schitt’s Creek” to new fans all across teh country. Moreover, it was the second-most-watched TV show acquired by Netflix in April this year.
Seasons 1 to 5 of the show are also currently available to stream on CW Seed and Netflix. Season 6 will be available on the streaming platform, beginning Oct. 7.