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Now is the time to be grateful for a show that never aspired to be a joke-dense fusillade of gags like 30 Rock or Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt; that let itself be driven as much by the relationships among its characters as by the conflicts between them.
Schitt's Creek ends with an episode (and a final season) that truly highlights one of its greatest strengths of a show: its ability to make its characters grow without fundamentally changing them.
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.
After last night's series finale and behind-the-scenes documentary on CBC, it is safe to say that viewers satisfyingly lived, laughed and loved with their favourite TV family one last time.
It's exactly this insistence on upending traditional sweetcom stereotypes that makes Schitt's Creek so irresistible and unputdownable.
Sure, it's tough for fans to see the show end on its own terms, but this was the way Schitt's Creek was always meant to end... This moment of celebration and fan service and triumph works because it was earned.
With incredibly good actors and some brilliant writing, the Rose family's journey ends up being a humorous, warm and witty ride.
The series finale delivers what it says on the tin: a heartfelt ceremony, and an even more heartstring-tugging goodbye.
Consistently hilarious and fresh throughout its six seasons, Schitt's Creek will go down as one of the best comedic series of all time thanks to outstanding performances and writing.
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.
Audience Reviews for Schitt's Creek: Season 6
3d agoPure genius, right up there with Curb Your Enthusiasm and Friends.
Jan 09, 2021I'm taking on a whirlwind of emotions, from how beautifully each of the four main characters were developed as the seasons progressed. I look forward to watching more of your work. Each actor/actress did extraordinarily superb in their respective roles. They complimented each other so exquisitely.. Six seasons went by so incredibly fast..An excellent watch, and an even better re-watch.
Jan 08, 2021Season 6 was way overrated. I loved this show but it climaxed in season 5 and this season was just a fan service way of ending things.
Jan 02, 2021A perfect conclusion to a stellar series.
Jan 01, 2021amzing ending to an amazing show.
Dec 29, 2020As good as comedic television can get. Grows a heart too.
Dec 23, 2020Hilarious. Moira is one of the best sitcom characters in recent years!
Dec 06, 2020It's pure comedy gold with a big throbbing heart that will have you laughing and crying (often at the same time). It's a show that feels oddly important because it showcases love and tolerance without ever getting preachy. Also: Moira Rose is a legendary character!
Dec 05, 2020A perfect end to a perfect show, not too greedy on the writer's part to wring every last drop out of it, just enough cream left in its fabric to create your own story out of it in your mind.
Dec 04, 2020I am in tears that it is over.