Though this is the final season of the CBC sitcom, the Rose family is still serving up tons of chuckles and entertainment. For the past six seasons, Moira Rose has been fixated on her career as an actress and even went away from her family in the last season to pursue a new movie. After she went through a rollercoaster of build-ups and let downs, the Schitt’s Creek trailer for The Crows Have Eyes 3 was released.

The first episode in season five saw Moira head to Bosnia with the intention to revive her acting career that died shortly after the family lost their fortune.

The very last episode of that season took a turn and then saw her crawl into her tiny closet after learning the movie was axed. 

Luckily the first episode of season six took a positive turn and Moira left the closet after a week of living in it. While out for a romantic stroll at the actual Schitt's Creek, she got a phone call. According to Vulture, "Her agent tells her the Crows movie has been picked up by Interflix, a streaming service, and Moira is once again all in on her career."

All hail Interflix who gave Moira a second chance at stardom.

According to ET Canada, Moira "portrays ornithologist Dr. Clara Mandrake running from mutant crows that kickstarted a crow-pocalypse." The show's Instagram account posted the trailer last night.

Fans flocked to the comments to share their appreciation for the fake trailer with comments like "Oscar worthy!" and "best thing ever".

Vulture reported that last night's episode saw Stevie get a new job at Larry Air, while Alexis learned that David picked his best friend over his sister as Maid of Honour. When Stevie lost faith in herself as MOH, Alexis convinces her she can totally pull off the gig. While Moira embraces her fifteen minutes of fame, Johnny and Roland work as business partners on the Rosebud Motel.

You can catch episode five of the final season of Schitt's Creek next Tuesday at 9 p.m. on CBC. 

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