Returning: Schitt’s Creek

The sixth and final season of Schitt’s Creek is coming to ABC Comedy.

The sixth and final season of Schitt’s Creek is coming to ABC Comedy.

The series screens in double episodes from July 21.

This aired in the US in January.

In Season Six, the Roses are achieving success in their careers and personal lives, forcing them all to contemplate their inevitable next steps. But as their pursuits push them closer towards their long-awaited escape, the Roses see how connected their lives have become to the town and its residents. When they finally face the decision to stay or leave, it is much harder than expected.

Johnny takes on a second motel, but as the costs pile up, he worries it may have been a huge mistake. Meanwhile, Moira’s Crows movie has thrust her back into the limelight, but when she passes on a major opportunity, she fears she’s lost it all (again). With a wedding in sight, David throws all of his energy into the planning, but when he and Patrick clash on their vision of their future together, David is forced to confront the fact that marriage is more than a wedding. Alexis focuses on her publicity work while Ted is in the Galapagos, and, much to her surprise, her career begins to take off.

In episode one: On their way to drop off Alexis at the airport, David stops to scout a potential wedding venue and holds things up. After a week in the closet, Moira finally emerges, and with a sudden newfound lease on life, she convinces Johnny to join her for a romantic picnic by the creek. While in episode two: David is embarrassed by a childhood issue that resurfaces, while Johnny, Stevie, and Roland attend a viewing for a motel nearby.

Tuesday 21 July 9.30pm on ABC Comedy.

4 Responses

  1. Here is another show that is readily available on another platform that shouldn’t be made available on the ABC through taxpayer funding. Stick to your charter ABC and get your priorities right before claiming cuts have been made that are not actual cuts.

    1. Is the other platform free? If not, how are people, who can’t afford the fee, access this quality comedy – I think this is what the ABC charter should be all about.

      1. On that logic, any show on Netflix, Stan, Amazon and Foxtel should be picked up by the ABC courtesy of tax payers and made available for those who choose not to or can’t afford subscription TV. We have a multi tier model of entertainment in this country and in most western countries. The ABC is crying poor because they didn’t get an increase they were expecting 2 years ago and are only acting on it now. Don’t buy American TV shows for a start and rationalise your number of channels for starters.

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