'Schitt's Creek' Renewed for a Fifth Season on Pop

The 14-episode season will begin in winter 2019.
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Schitt's Creek

Pop will continues its ride up Schitt's Creek.

The cable network has renewed the Canadian comedy, created by and starring Eugene and Daniel Levy, for a fifth season. It's expected to return in winter 2019, with a slightly larger 14-episode order. The news comes as the series' fourth season is set to wrap April 11. 
 
A signature series for the niche pop-culture network, a joint venture of CBS and Lionsgate, Schitt's Creek follows a wealthy family who suddenly finds itself broke and forced to live in the aforementioned Creek, a small town the family once bought as a joke. Catherine O'Hara stars along with a cast that includes Annie Murphy and Chris Elliott.
 
"It is rare to find a television series that continues to deliver fanfare, critical acclaim and audience growth season after season," Pop president Brad Schwartz said in a statement announcing the news Tuesday. "This gem of a show and its amazing ensemble cast, including the brilliant Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara, bring Emmy-worthy performances to the screen that are both comedic and heartwarming."
 
The series is produced in association with Canada's CBC and Pop TV and is distributed internationally by ITV Studios Global. On Pop's schedule, it joins a slate that includes Big Brother After Dark as well as reruns of Goldbergs, E.R. and Without a Trace.