Schitt's Creek, David Rose, CBC Television

‘Schitt’s Creek’ Leaves Netflix — Where To Watch Next?

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Audiences all over the world fell in love with the Rose family and the Schitt’s Creek universe. After six seasons, the Rose family finally said goodbye. But in the meantime, fans had plenty of time to binge and re-binge the series over and over on Netflix. Sadly, that era has come to an end.

What’s On Netflix reports that Schitt’s Creek is leaving the streaming platform soon in the United States. So where can audience members watch it after that? Keep reading to get the inside scoop.

Netflix loses beloved Canadian comedy Schitt’s Creek

All good things must come to an end eventually. Schitt’s Creek will reportedly part ways with Netflix in the United States as of October 2022. However, the comedy will reportedly stay on the platform in other countries. Users with a VPN may continue to watch Schitt’s Creek to their heart’s content.

Although the show is leaving Netflix, it will be available to stream elsewhere after it leaves the platform.

Schitt's Creek, Johnny Rose, CBC Television
Schitt’s Creek/CBC Television

After leaving Netflix, Schitt’s Creek will reportedly move to Hulu. The streaming platform issued a press release announcing they will host the show starting October 3.

Netflix maintains international rights to Schitt’s Creek through at least May 2026. There will be plenty of time for subscribers in other countries to watch the series a few more times.

Why is the series moving to Hulu?

Television shows trade hands on streaming platforms for a variety of different reasons. But What’s On Netflix reports that money was largely a factor in this situation. Hulu will get exclusive streaming rights to Schitt’s Creek for two years. After that, Paramount+ will get a turn in year three of the contract.

Netflix subscribers are sad to be losing the show but are glad that it will be accessible on other platforms. The popular Canadian sitcom isn’t disappearing for good.

Schitt's Creek, Alexis Rose, CBC Television
Schitt’s Creek/CBC Television

Although the show came to an end, Dan Levy teased that a revival could always happen in the future. The fanbase is still alive and well and would love to see more of the Rose family sometime down the road. The show wrapped up nicely and fans really appreciated that it went out on a high note.

But knowing the Rose family, there’s always room for more shenanigans. Absolutely anything could happen in the future.

Are you disappointed that Schitt’s Creek is leaving Netflix? Will you make time to binge it one last time? Be sure to leave your thoughts and ideas in the comments.

Stay tuned for more information on the latest Netflix releases! There will be lots of information to share as the end of 2022 approaches. Check back and see what comes to the platform next.

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