Series Review: Schitt’s Creek, Season Six (Netflix)

Series Blurb:

When rich video-store magnate Johnny Rose and his family suddenly find themselves broke, they are forced to leave their pampered lives to regroup in Schitt’s Creek.

My Review:

I love, love, loved this final season of Schitt’s Creek!

I actually thought the former season was the last one and felt a bit heartbroken that things ended so abruptly, but was so relieved when I found that wasn’t the case and the last season came out on Netflix.

The best part of this season for me was that it wrapped up things for the most part with all of our great quirky characters while delivering some serious laughs. David, Johnny, Moira, and Alexis each had continuing progression that was addictive to watch like usual. I love all the crazy antics this family gets involved in and watching things unravel.

While there were plenty of laughs, there were some solid cries here and there as well. Episode twelve and thirteen tugged at my heartstrings quite a bit. What made me cry was realizing that I’d grown along with these characters for years and that this was all coming to an end.

Ultimately, I was more than pleased with how everything was settled, but it’s still sad that this great show will no longer continue. What will take its place?

Final Score



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  1. A 9.5 is a wonderful way to wrap up a series. I just finished Away, a science fiction series on Netflix. It was good except I think the little snippets of teen drama were overdone. There won’t be a second season, but there doesn’t need to be. It stopped at a perfect spot.

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