Schitt's hits fans with news that CBC sitcom will end with sixth season

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      Although everything was coming up Roses when a certain family went up to Schitt’s Creek (without a paddle), all good (and bad) times must come to an end.

      And so it is for the Rose family.

      While the hit Canadian comedy TV series Schitt’s Creek will be back for a sixth season, with production starting soon in Ontario, this season will be its final one.

      Schitt's hit their fans with an announcement that star and co-creator Daniel Levy (who also cohosts The Great Canadian Baking Show) splattered on his social media today (March 21).


      Father and son Eugene and Daniel Levy, who also play father and son Johnny and David Rose on the show, created the show about a family who are forced to relocate to a smalltown after their fortune went down the drain.

      The cast includes Catherine O’Hara as mother Moira Rose and Annie Murphy as sister and daughter Alexis Claire Rose.

      Season 5 began airing on January 8. The final 14 episodes will hit the airwaves in January 2020 on CBC in Canada (and Stateside on Pop TV).