‘Schitt’s Creek’ Leaving Netflix

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It was announced today that the fan favorite series Schitt’s Creek will be leaving Netflix. The Emmy-winning show will be pulled from the popular streaming service this fall. Before fans begin to panic, do not worry, the Rose family will still be in our lives. Schitt’s Creek will be available to stream on Hulu beginning October 3.


Hulu president Joe Earley expressed his excitement in welcoming the fan favorite show to their ever-growing streaming service lineup. Schitt’s Creek will join other comedies like Abbott Elementary, Only Murders in the Building, Life and Beth, and many more. With a cast filled with Emmy award winners, you can’t go wrong by choosing Schitt’s Creek as your next show to binge.

The story of Schitt’s Creek follows the Rose family: father Johnny, played by Eugene Levy; mother Moira, played by Catherine O’ Hara; son David, played by Daniel Levy; and daughter Alexis, played by Annie Murphy. The wealthy and famous family has a fall from grace that forces the family to a small town, from whence the show gets its title. The adjustment from living in a mansion to a motel is shocking for the family and hilarious for viewers. It is a heartwarming and hysterical journey to watch this family grow closer while trying to find jobs, navigate love lives, and figure out what to do with their futures.

Watch Schitt’s Creek on Netflix while you still can before it moves to Hulu in October!

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