Schitt's Creek did not start out with a bang. Despite stunning performances from the likes of Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara—both of whom were, at last, recognized for their Schitt's Creek characters with Emmy nominations—the Canadian fish-out-of-water comedy remained criminally under-known for years.
Finally, though, the feel-good show has found its place in the pop culture lexicon. Co-creator Dan Levy is on the cover of Out; O'Hara's Moira has become an icon to unabashed divas everywhere; and there are, of course, the aforementioned Emmy nods.
So no worries if you're late to the party—we all were. Here's how to catch up on Schitt's Creek, before its sixth and final season hits screens.
The first four seasons are currently streaming on Netflix.
If you're starting at the beginning, a Netflix login should be all you'll need until you finish the fourth season. But if you're looking for the (or aren't a fan of Netflix) there are other options.
All episodes are available on Amazon Prime Video, for a price.
The show's American home, Pop TV, also has every episode ready to stream.
Some episodes (especially the older ones) are currently available to anyone with an internet connection, while newer seasons require users to login with their cable subscription credentials. Find both new and old episodes here.
The CW's newly-launched streaming service CW Seed also has the first four seasons.
The service is ad-supported, and therefore free for users—so if the other options on this list aren't available to you, the little-known CW Seed might be your best bet.
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