Schitt's Creek debuted on CBC on January 13, 2015. The show began with a doorbell ring, inviting viewers into the opulence of the Rose Mansion, and kicking off a journey that would last six seasons.
The title of episode one? "The Cup Runneth Over."
Filmed between small-town Goodwood, Ontario and big-smoke Toronto, the debut was met with warm reviews and even warmer fans. We were all drawn to the premise, the welcoming tone, the sharp writing, and the cast - a mix of established comedy icons Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara, and relative newcomers Emily Hampshire, Annie Murphy and Dan Levy.
It wasn't long though until the cup went from full, to fully running over. As the show went international via Netflix, hearts filled, fans grew, and so did the attention from critics, magazine covers and award-givers.
Now with two Golden Globes, nine Emmys, a GLAAD Award, two Webbys and well, a lot of other awards on the shelf, the show is certified comedy greatness. As your humble public broadcaster, CBC Comedy presents "Schitt's Creek Week," a celebration of the show, and a presentation of some the great Schitt's Creek content we've published here at CBC -- as well as highlighting some of the great content fans have made over the years.
Whether you are a new fan, or have been around since that first doorbell rang, it's been simply the best to watch you express your love for "the little show that could." Please check back here through the week as we'll continue to pull content from archives and add new content to this page. And we want to hear from you, as well. Hit us up on social at @CBCComedy and @SchittsCreek, or use #SchittsCreekWeek and let us know what the show means to you (..and of course, sending us GIFs are totally fine if you can't find the right words).