The "Schitt's" sweep keeps on coming, with the fan-favorite comedy now airing pretty much everywhere, following the cult comedy's Emmys domination this past weekend.
Schitt's Creek looted the Emmys Awards this year with a tally of 15 nominations with seven straight wins for the show, with all the four leads - Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, and Annie Murphy winning the trophies for their roles with major comedy category awards on Sunday night. This just gives viewers another way to view the show, which aired in the United States on Pop TV, a subsidiary of ViacomCBS' Entertainment & Youth Group, which also includes Comedy Central.
Comedy Central is making the decision to air five-episode blocks of Schitt's Creek starting October 2, 2020, from the beginning to the end.
The main cast of Schitt's Creek poses for a photograph at the virtual Emmys 2020 ceremony. It totalled up all 7 awards and took home Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy too. When Pop TV made a streaming deal with Netflix, the show found new life - and millions of eyeballs.
Schitt's Creek is a Canadian comedy show about a wealthy couple who goes bankrupt with their children with a remaining affirmative of a wicked town called Schitt's Creek. Netflix, which already carries the first five seasons of the series, will begin streaming that sixth and final season on October 7. The show also broke the record for the most wins for a comedy show in one given year.
The show also won awards in the Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series categories.
Its plot centers around an affluent family forced to live in a small-town motel after losing everything they own, except their designer clothes.