Where to watch Schitt’s Creek? All 6 Seasons Streaming Here

Schitt’s Creek is a popular Canadian TV sitcom created by Eugene Levy and his son Daniel Levy for the CBC Television.

The show has gained a massive following since its debut in 2015 and become one of the best family comedy shows ever because of its relatable and hilarious storyline that moves around the Roses.

It tells the story of a wealthy family, who lose all their wealth after being defrauded by their business manager and forced to live in the small town they once bought as a joke.

The iconic comedy series is as popular today as it was eight years ago and the best time to watch the series is now.

Let’s look at the streaming options.

Is Schitt’s Creek series on Netflix?

Yes, the Canadian comedy series Schitt’s Creek is streaming on Netflix worldwide (except US). Animal Kingdom season 6 is another popular family drama series that is also not available for US and UK viewers on Netflix but available for viewers living in Australia and Canada.

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It doesn’t matter whether you like in UK, Canada, Germany, France, or any non-US country, you just need a valid Netflix subscription and you are good to watch all seasons of this series.

If your cravings haven’t satisfied yet then you can look towards other popular sitcoms that are available exclusively for Netflix subscribers like The Babysitter’s Club (2020-2021), Victorius (2010-2013), The Headling Power of Dude ( TV Series 2020), Alexa & Katie (2018-2020) etc.

Does Amazon Prime have Eugene Levy series?

Yes, the series is available to rent or purchase from Amazon but it is not included in the giant streaming library of Prime Video originals.

Amazon has an ad-supported streaming service that is popularly known as Freevee, you can stream the Canadian series there also without paying money.

However, there are plenty of other shows like Wayne, Kim’s Convenience, Parks and Recreation, Superstore, Forever, Modern Family, Will & Grace, etc. that you can watch with your Prime Video subscription.

Where to watch Schitt’s Creek TV series?

Schitt’s Creek is currently streaming on Hulu and Freevee inside the United States. You can stream all 6 seasons of the comedy series for Free on Freevee or, by taking a Hulu subscription right now.

How to watch Schitt’s Creek on Hulu?

You need to take a Hulu premium to stream the series that is starting at $7.99 at the time of writing. The popular American OTT platform provides a variety of movies, documentaries, and TV shows to choose from.

Is Schitt's Creek on Hulu

Moreover, the network is also the home to famous American sitcom Modern Family (2009-2020), Frasier, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Office (2005-2013), Golden Girls, Hunger Games triology, Superstore, The Goldbergs, What We Do In the Shadows (2019-Present), Arrested Development, Bob’s Burgers, etc.

Is there a way to stream Schitt’s Creek for Free?

Yes, you can stream this Canadian comedy series on Freevee, a free, ad-supported video channel launched by IMDb in January 2019. So, ready to enjoy the hilarious antics of the Rose family at no additional cost.


Is Schitt’s Creek available on Netflix globally?

Yes, Schitt’s Creek is available on Netflix worldwide except US and Canada.

Can I watch Schitt’s Creek for free?

Yes, you can watch the series for Free on Amazon’s Freevee if you live in USA.

Are there any plans for a Schitt’s Creek movie?

As of now, there have been no official announcements regarding a Schitt’s Creek movie. However, the creators and cast have expressed their openness to the idea in interviews, so you can keep your fingers crossed.

Can I stream Schitt’s Creek on mobile devices?

Yes, you can stream Schitt’s Creek on various mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, through the streaming platforms mentioned in this article.

How many seasons of Schitt’s Creek are there?

Schitt’s Creek consists of six seasons in total, with 80 episodes. The series concluded with its sixth season, providing a satisfying ending to the story of the Rose family.

Lakshya Kaushik

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