â€œWhen itâ€™s time to lay down your weary head, youâ€™ll find comfort and safety at the partially renovated Rosebud Motel.â€
So begins Catherine Oâ€™Hara as famed actress and Rose family matriarch Moira in the final season trailer for â€œSchittâ€™s Creek,â€ which Pop TV released Friday.
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The trailer opens with Oâ€™Hara, Eugene Levyâ€™s Johnny Rose and Emily Hampshireâ€™s Stevie Budd standing in front of the infamous motel setting for the Canadian comedy, filming a commercial-within-the-show for their business.
â€œThere is value in these motels,â€ Levyâ€™s Johnny says. â€œMy family and I have been staying in a motel for the past three years, and I wouldnâ€™t trade our stay there for anything.â€
But itâ€™s not just that motel that is getting a transformation before the series comes to an end in spring 2020. The final season of â€œSchittâ€™s Creekâ€ is planning David and Patrickâ€™s (Daniel Levy and Noah Reid, respectively) wedding, seeing Stevie attempt to follow a new career ambition and preparing to send off Alexis (Annie Murphy), which all can be glimpsed in the trailer.
â€œSchittâ€™s Creekâ€ stars the Levys, Oâ€™Hara, Murphy, Hampshire, Reid, Chris Elliott, Jennifer Robertson, Dustin Milligan Sarah Levy and Karen Robinson. The series is produced by Not A Real Company Productions Inc., with the Levys, Andrew Barnsley, Fred Levy, David West Read and Ben Feigin serving as executive producers. â€œSchittâ€™s Creekâ€ is produced in association with CBC and Pop TV and distributed internationally by ITV Studios Global Entertainment.
The penultimate season of â€œSchittâ€™s Creekâ€ nabbed the seriesâ€™ first four Emmy noms (comedy series, lead comedy actor for Eugene Levy, lead comedy actress for Oâ€™Hara, and contemporary costumes), and is now up for its first two SAG Awards (comedy ensemble and female comedy actor for Oâ€™Hara). The final season launches Jan. 7 on Pop TV, putting it in the awards race one final time in 2020.
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