While the hilarious comedy Schitt’s Creek is coming to an end, fans still have one more season to look forward too. The final season will premiere on January 7th on CBC. Netflix fans will have to wait a little longer, with the final season expected to hit in October 202.
However, with the upcoming season the show has revealed the first trailer that give us a glimpse of what’s in store for the Rose family and the rest of the Schitt’s Creek residents.
“Yes, there will be blood. Yes, you will be horror struck” Jocelyn Schitt (Jennifer Robertson) says to begin the trailer. Turns out it’s a line she wrote for the show, not the introduction to the sixth season.
The sixth season looks like there will be many tears as it appears the family is parting ways. And the best like of the trailer is said by Eugene Levy’s Johnny Rose, “What is happening? ”
Schitt’s Creek follows the Roses—Johnny (Eugene Levy), Moira (Catherine O’Hara), David (Dan Levy) and Alexis (Annie Murphy)— a rich family who end up losing all their money thanks to their business manager. All they were left with was the deed to a small town named Schitt’s Creek, which they had bought their son as a joke birthday gift back in 1991. Now the Roses must rebuild their lives, adjusting to life in a small town while living in a motel.
The trailer doesn’t give much away, but we can tell that David Rose and Patrick will be getting married, while Alexis readies to join her boyfriend Ted in the Galapagos Islands for his six-month research program.
“I once dated someone who left me for a stuffed animal,” David says. “I’m not having my big day, our big day, compromised because Alexis wanted to chill in a tankini for six months..
That’s where it turns sad. “Truth is that I’m really gonna miss you,” Alexis says to David. But the trailer seems to show Ted returning to the hotel to surprise Alexis. And in the next scene, Stevie, is looking for something more. “Maybe there’s something more out there for me?” Is Stevie leaving Rose Hotel?
It all remains to be seen in the sixth and final season of Schitt’s Creek.
“There is value in these motels. My family and I have been staying in a motel for the last three years, and I wouldn’t trade our stay there for anything,” Johnny Rose says as the trailer comes to an end. Grab your tissues as we say goodbye to the Rose family.
The full trailer is here.
And we wouldn't trade our stay in #SchittsCreek for anything.
— Schitt's Creek (@SchittsCreek) December 20, 2019