Dan Levy Speaks Out After 'Schitt's Creek' Finale Airs

Lawrence Kim
April 10, 2020

(Apparently, the fact that it came with a "tulle headdress" doesn't faze her.) Moira, dressed as the Pope in a long blonde wig, delivers a touching yet tearful ceremony, and in case you weren't crying already, David and Patrick deliver an emotional set of vows. Given the current state of the world - and the seemingly constant cloud of anxiety we're all living under - the final season of this wholesome Canadian comedy has been a balm to soothe even the most cynical soul, and while the show couldn't possibly be going out on any more of a high, there's no denying what a void it will leave as Johnny and Moira Rose drive off into the sunset, leaving the titular town and its eccentric characters in the rearview mirror.

That was largely thanks to co-creator, writer, and star Dan Levy who took to social media to share his gratitude for the cast and fans over the past seven years.

This review contains spoilers for the series finale of Schitt's Creek, titled "Happy Ending". We built a family on those sets and it's reassuring to know that time won't ever change that. Here's to many more stories and many more memories, whatever they may be.

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The 36-year-old also shared some incredible behind-the-scenes peeks at the show from over the years.

Looks like Moira wasn't the only one with some insane hairstyles. Tuesday's finale, which was capped off by David's (Daniel Levy) wedding, was up 173% in the 25-54 demo on last season's finale among, and had a 25% more total viewers than the previous series high.

Ah, memories. You can catch all 14 episodes in season six of Schitt's Creek on CBC Gem or start from the beginning with seasons one to five on Netflix.

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