It's time to pop a bottle of your best zhampagne and celebrate the incredible journey of the Roses.
Schitt's Creek was truly a revelation. What started out as a regular Canadian sitcom was loved globally as it took fans on an emotional rollercoaster. We laughed and cried with Johnny, Moira, Alexis, and David as they lost their fortune and ended up living at a motel in Schitt's Creek.
We witnessed their lives transform as they spent their days in a small podunk town -- how they dealt with love lost, finding oneself, and overcoming some of life's toughest battles. While fans saw the ups and downs of the Rose family, one couldn't help but feel the same pain, joy, and camaraderie that they shared with each passing day at Schitt's Creek. If you have thoroughly enjoyed the show, maybe it's time to pop a bottle of your best champagne and celebrate the incredible journey of the Roses.
Following the season finale, Dan Levy spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the possibility of the show getting another season. He said, "I haven't yet. I find it very flattering that people want to know about this. I think that's a sign that we've done something good. The reason we ended the show in the first place was because I never wanted it to get stale. I never wanted to overstay our welcome. I wanted this show to have a legacy that people return to. I wanted it to be included in conversations about great series and not just a great season. And that requires making tough decisions about saying goodbye. So the idea of reopening anything anytime soon is not necessarily going to happen because I think we need time and space."
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