What is Schitt's Creek (TV) About?
Schitt's Creek is a critically acclaimed comedy television series that debuted in 2015. The show, created by Eugene Levy and his son Dan Levy, follows the lives of the wealthy Rose family – Johnny, his wife Moira and their adult children David and Alexis. The Roses, who have become accustomed to a life of luxury, find themselves completely broke after a sudden financial collapse. With all their assets confiscated, they are left with only one remaining asset – the small town of Schitt's Creek, which Johnny had bought as a gag gift for David in the past. Forced to live in the town's rundown motel, the family has to adjust to their new circumstances and rely on the support of the eccentric locals. As the series progresses, the Roses slowly embrace their new life and form unexpected friendships and romances, leading to personal growth and self-discovery. With its clever and witty writing, memorable characters, and genuine heart, Schitt's Creek has gained a dedicated fan base and has been praised for its insightful exploration of themes like love, acceptance, and the importance of family.
The first episode of Schitt's Creek aired on January 13, 2015 and the most recent episode to air was on April 07, 2020.