It’s 2020 and nothing should be coming between you and David Rose’s Emmy-award sweeping wedding. It’s an event that Schitt’s Creek has never seen before- and that needs to be celebrated. If you aren’t in Canada, you’re probably wondering, how can I watch Schitt’s Creek Season 6… like, NOW, not a year later after all the Season 6 spoilers are released? I’ve got this handy dandy Schitt’s Creek guide to season 6 watching to answer just such a question.
If you haven’t gotten on board with Schitt’s Creek and Dan Levy just yet, take a listen to the Schitt’s Creek No-Guilt Fangirls podcast episode where we gush about how and why we love this show.
I love me some Schitt’s Creek around here- and season 6 is just around the corner.
Since I don’t live in Canada, I wanted to know what my options were to watch Schitt’s Creek season 6- immediately. Because I just can’t wait to see how this journey wraps up.
Can You Watch Seasons 1-5 on Netflix?
Need to catch up real quick? You’re in luck: you can watch seasons 1-5 of Schitt’s Creek on Netflix now.
Sorry, Hulu subscribers. It’s not over there at this time!
But don’t despair- there is hope for season 6 (keep reading!)
Schitt’s Creek Final Season Trailer
Schitt’s Creek Premiere Date For Season 6
The final season starts on January 7, 2020.
When Will Season 6 of Schitt’s Creek Be On Netflix?
It’s coming- we know that much.
And Dan Levy even let it slip recently that it’s coming in October, US friends!
But when will Schitt’s Creek season 6 be on Netflix?
No exact date was given, but we can take a guess based on previous releases.
October 8 is a good day to circle on your Netflix Schitt’s Creek watching calendars!
Okay, cool… but how can we watch Schitt’s Creek season 6 NOW? I’ve broken it down by countries with the available options (or soon to be available options) for you.
1. Watching Schitt’s Creek Season 6 in Canada
You lucky Canucks.
The Schitt’s Creek home-country fans should have access to the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). There is also a streaming service called the CBC Gem- and it’s FREE.
Schitt’s Creek will air at 9 PM ET.
More CBC streaming options for you can be found utilizing this CBC Help website.
I hear that some Americans might have access to these channels- border cities, FTW!
2. Watching Season 6 of Schitt’s Creek in the USA
Pop TV: Cable/Satellite
Check and see if you have Pop TV on your cable or satellite provider.
Ding ding ding! I was THRILLED to discover that I have this channel- and that means I’ll be watching Schitt’s Creek live as it airs on Tuesdays at 9 PM ET.
(And that also means I won’t be cutting the cord any time soon.)
You also may be able to add Pop TV onto your plan for a minimum fee, depending on your provider and market.
Hulu + Live TV/YouTube TV/AT&T TV Now/Fubo TV/Playstation Vue (limited time only)
These live streaming TV services have Pop TV as part of their channel package.
So if you subscribe, go now and see if you can find your Pop TV channel. You’ll also be able to watch it live when it airs if you do.
One note: Hulu subscribers must have the live TV Hulu plan to get Pop TV. If you have a lesser plan, then you will not have this option. WhompWhomp.
Pop TV App
This is the streaming app made by Pop TV channel. It is available for Apple and Android devices, as well as Roku TV.
But that means it is not available on Chromecast or Fire TV.
You can download the app on your device- and get this.
I had a non-Pop TV subscriber friend check it: you can watch FOR FREE – the first episode anyway. After that, you will need to be a cable subscriber.
Amazon Prime Video/iTunes/Google Play Season Pass
You should be able to purchase all of Season 6 of Schitt’s Creek from any of these online media stores like Amazon Prime.
I’d expect it to cost $24.99 for the whole season.
Once you purchase the whole season, you will be able to stream each new episode the day after it airs (beginning at 3 AM ET if you just can’t wait!).
You also will then have the episodes forever! And that, my friends, is worth the $24.99
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Patty Holliday is a movie critic, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews.