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'Schitt's Creek' Is Ending, and Fans Are Absolutely Gutted


Fans of the beloved sitcom, Schitt’s Creek, received some truly depressing news on March 21. Series creators and father-son duo, Eugene and Dan Levy, announced that the show will come back for a sixth and final season in 2020. 

Needless to say, the comedy’s many devoted viewers are crushed. "Staaaaahhhhhhhpppp my heart actually just dropped. Schitt’s Creek is an antidepressant," one of Dan’s Instagram followers wrote. Another added, "Excuse me while I go cry uncontrollably in a corner. WE BETTER GET A DAVID WEDDING."

Schitt’s Creek first premiered in 2015, but found a new legion of fans after debuting on Netflix two years later. The series has become so popular, in fact, that the cast is now hosting sold-out panels around the country as part of a "Schitt’s Creek: Up Close & Personal" tour. 

Scroll down for more information about the show’s final act and what’s in store for the indomitable Rose family.