Following its historical 7 for 7 Emmy winning sweep on Sunday, Canadian sitcom “Schitt’s Creek” will launch into national syndication across the country starting on Monday, Sept. 28. Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury owns the domestic broadcast rights to the series, which produced 80 half-hour episodes in total.
Debmar-Mercury announced last fall, but the timing of the syndicated launch could not be more fitting given the Emmy dominance. The CBC-commissioned sitcom, which first premiered on Pop TV in January 2015 and wrapped its sixth and final season in April, is also is available on Netflix. The streamer is launching the fifth season on October 7.