Netflix Announces Premiere Date for ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Final Season

Ross Houston
September 26, 2020

Daniel also hinted at a possible Schitt's Creek reunion in the future.

The Canadian show first aired in the United States on ViacomCBS' Pop TV before heading to Netflix and since ViacomCBS also owns Comedy Central, it's a natural fit that cable channel would get the reruns.

Additionally, Netflix, which has the domestic streaming rights to "Schitt's Creek", said Monday that the sixth and final season will become available October 7.


The sixth season of Pop TV's "Schitt's Creek" was launched in April 2020.

Netflix, which already hosts all the first five seasons, will air the final season starting October 7.

Catherine was speaking alongside her cast mates, and show creator Dan Levy addressed the idea of a movie adaptation of the hit comedy. Its plot revolves around an affluent family which is forced to live in a small-town motel.


As the seasons go on, we see the family thrive in a place they begin to call home, ready to take their personal relationships, business pursuits and, for some, exit strategies, to the next level. In 2019, the show lost out on outstanding comedy series to Phoebe Waller-Bridge's outstanding "Fleabag", which similarly dominated the award show, while Danson lost again, that time to "Barry's" Bill Hader. Daniel also won gongs for his writing and directing work on the Canadian TV show, sharing the latter with Andrew Cividino.

It made history by sweeping all the major comedy categories, including the award for outstanding comedy series and acting awards for lead and supporting roles.

With Schitt's Creek sweeping the Emmy Awards this 12 months, it will not really feel exaggerated to say that lastly, the 12 months is taking some fine condition for the leisure business.


Schitt's Creek is currently available on Netflix, but right now, the only seasons you can watch on the popular streaming site are seasons 1-5.

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