Netflix airs the Canadian sitcom Schitt’s Creek sooner than anyone could have predicted; which was addressed by the series’ co-creator executive producer, and star Dan Levy.
The sitcom from CBC started in January 2015 on POP TV, with its final episode broadcasted in April. With the season’s Sixth season, which was about to air on Netflix on October 7; the season gets its release early. The show initially air on television in the US broadcast in September.
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The show’s unexpected growth of success in comedy series’ the show managed to get Emmy Awards. Winning nine Emmy Awards, the series achieved to win most awards for a comedy series in a single year.
The series is about a family owing a video store. Jonny (role played by Eugene Levy), and his wife Moira (by Catherine O’ Hara); and their spoiled children David and Alexis (played by Dan Levy and Annie Murphy). But with their remaining assets, the family has to force themselves to build a house in a small town named Schitt’s Creek. The family moves to Schitt’s Creek into an adjacent room in a motel. As they get to adjust to the city, they face conflicts with the locals. They build up disputes with the town’s mayor Roland Schitt (played by Chris Elliott), his wife Jocelyn (Jenn Robertson); similarly with the motel’s manager Stevie Budd (Emily Hampshire).
The Canadian sitcom is created by. Eugene Levy and Dan Levy under Not a Real Company Productions, CBC, and Pop TV. Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, Fred Levy, Andrew Barnsley, Ben Feigin, Kevin White, David West Read as series’ Executive producer.