Premiered: January 10, 2017
On: Pop TV
Starring: Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Dan Levy, Annie Murphy, Emily Hampshire, Jenn Robertson, Chris Elliott, Tim Rozon, Dustin Milligan, Sarah Levy, John Hemphill, Karen Robinson, Noah Reid, Rizwan Manji, Marilyn Bellfontaine, Jasmin Geljo & Steve Lund
It seems impossible for a show to stay as fresh and funny for so many seasons as Schitt’s Creek has. Their third season shows no signs of slowing down.
When Stevie (Emily Hampshire) inherits the motel, Johnny (Eugene Levy) decides to partner with her. Moira (Catherine O’Hara) serves on town council. Alexis (Annie Murphy) goes back to high school to finish her degree. And, David (Dan Levy) opens his own store with the help of Patrick (Noah Reid).
Stevie, whom has always been a hilarious side character, definitely gets her time to shine. She and David also share a boyfriend (Steve Lund) that – while toxic – shows diversity in sexuality.
The best thing about the show is the family relationship with the Roses. They’re definitely flawed but they’re always there to support each other.
Final say: Good Schitt. ★★★★★