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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Bob Coxner, Feb 22, 2015.
I think it goes the Breaking Bad route with Eugene Levy becoming a drug kingpin.
NYT 01/07/20: The Rise of ‘Schitt’s Creek’
Is there any way to stream this? I have Pop, but not in HD. I recorded it last night, but it looked like crap.
Some streaming devices have a Pop TV app. Depends on what you have.
Roku has the Pop app
Are you looking for the current season? The previous seasons are on Netflix. I think they have up to season 5.
Thanks for the recommendation for the Pop app! I just streamed the first episode of Season 6 on my Apple TV and it looked great. The only downside is that you are forced to sit through a handful of commercials.
Started watching the first 3 episodes of S1 of this last night. Outside of the 4 main characters being "over the top" ignorant of how "average" people live, I found it fairly funny. it reminds me somewhat of Arrested Development in that it's about a family not used to struggling for money, being thrust into that role. I'll watch this intermittently over the next few months. My assumption is that the show remains funny given that there's 5 (and I guess now 6) seasons. I generally have liked anything that Chris Elliot is in that I've seen, so that helps
I hate Chris Elliot and I love this show. The 4 main characters adapt over the course of the series. It gets funnier over time, as the supporting cast and main cast integrate.
I was just cruising through the guide and found that Andy Cohen has the cast of this show coming up on his 'Watch What Happens Live w/Andy Cohen' show on Thursday, 1/23 (Bravo).
Same. Part of it is that Elliot is a small portion.
Been enjoying this show on Netflix. I wondered a few times if the books the characters read were real. Turns out that they are not real books, but instead subtle jokes relating to the episode or character.
The Schitt's Creek Reading List, Season One - That's Normal
Interesting twist in the latest episode.
Yeah. They took away a character exit for the finale. Or did they?
I’m also thinking that there will be more to that twist.
I love this show and I'm going to be sorry to see it go. I've been a Catherine O'Hara fan since SCTV and she's the reason I started watching. Eugene Levy has also been consistently funny since SCTV, but I absolutely love Dan Levy.
Did anyone watch the 1-hour documentary which followed the final episode? The weepiest wrap show about a comedy ever, and it was great. Just shows their team knows how to get things done. Loved the Twyla twist two episodes ago, hysterical but subtle. Dan Levy said something to the effect of we’re going away for awhile, but not forever. I’m thinking a theatrical film, aka ‘Sex In The City’
Thanks for the reminder about the documentary. We just finished watching it and are now both blubbering messes. It was awesome.