‘Schitt’s Creek’ Series Finale Review: After Five Years, the Rose Family Gets Their ‘Happy Ending’
Published on Apr 08, 2020
Since 2015, “Schitt’s Creek” has been one of the most charming shows on television. While that may not sound like strong praise in terms of genuine quality humor — instead, perhaps, it sounds like acknowledgment that the show is just as Canadian as its creators and cast — it absolutely is, because the series’ ability to be effortlessly charming also revealed that a show can be warm and good-hearted without being sappy or lacking edge in its humor.
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When “Schitt’s Creek” first premiered, it certainly had something to draw viewers in: the sophisticated ignorance that defined — and then continued to define — the newly broke Rose family. But its potential was mostly predicated on just how much unexpected charm it had.
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Author: LaToya Ferguson