Schitt's Creek will soon air its season finale on April 4. But fear not, fans, for the Schitty story's not over.
CBC renewed the riches-to-rags Canadian TV comedy series, about an affluent, pampered family who have to relocate to a small town after they go broke, for a fourth season.
Created by Eugene Levy and his son Dan (who also star in the show), the cast includes Catherine O'Hara and Annie Murphy.
The series has expanded to an international audience after acquiring distribution deals with Netflix and the U.S. cable channel Pop.
This year, Schitt's Creek received 13 Canadian Screen Award nominations, including best comedy series.
Proving that they're the Schitt, on March 12 at the CSA awards, O'Hara won the CSA for best lead actress in a comedy series while Emily Hampshire won for best actress in a supporting or guest role in a comedy series.
In other Schitt-stained news, Dan Levy, who plays the hyper-trendy, pansexual son David Rose in the series, talked about his own real-life sexual orientation in a February article in In Magazine.