Critic Consensus: Witty, warm, and with just the right blend of wisdom and wisecracks, Schitt's Creek's final season is the perfect farewell to the Roses and the town that changed their lives.
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as Johnny Rose
as Moira Rose
as Moira Rose
as Alexis Rose
as Roland Schitt
as Jocelyn Schitt
as Twyla Sands
as Stevie Budd
as Patrick Brewer
as Ted Mullens
as Veronica "Ronnie" Lee
News & Interviews for Schitt's Creek: Season 6
With sentimentality and wry humor, Season 6 further homes in on how the siblings' affection for their unlikely home of three years runs parallel to the romances they've found there.
There are finales of shows that stay with us and give a beautiful sendoff to their characters, and I'm proud to say that Schitt's Creek is among the most amazing.
It was all brilliantly, beautifully done even if it offered no surprises. And it managed this because of the work of its two most important creative assets: Dan Levy's writing and Catherine O'Hara's genius-level comedic abilities.
It's exactly the kind of optimistic, feel-good storytelling the world needs more of right now, which is why it's such a bittersweet -- but ultimately satisfying -- goodbye.
Schitt's Creek was not your typical comedy, but it featured excellent acting, a great script, and jokes that landed every single time.
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