4 Shows Filmed In Canada That Only Have One Season Left
This is your last chance!
Not everything can last forever, including TV series. However, having a production based in the same country you live in will always be something special. There are multiple TV shows filmed in Canada, both new and old, but there are a few fan favourite shows that the world will have to say goodbye to in the upcoming months.
From filming in downtown Toronto studios to occupying the green fields in Prince Edward Island, these productions have all called Canada home over the past few years.
Some shows have already wrapped their time filming and others are still occupying studios across the country.
Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes
Schitt's Creek is the epitome of a Canadian show. Not only was it filmed in Canada, but the show is produced, directed, and starred in by Canadians as well.
The comedy starring Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Dan Levy, and Annie Murphy, follows the Rose family after they go from being millionaires to being broke.
They're forced to move to a town called Schitt's Creek that they bought as a joke years ago.
Although the show has wrapped filming in Ontario, you can still visitwhere the exterior shots of the show were filmed.
Theis currently airing Tuesday nights on CBC.
Rating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes
Like Grey's Anatomy, this show has been on the air long before bingeing and streaming platforms came into play.
With a final season expected to end sometime in April, this show is currently still.
Supernatural is about Winchester brothers Sam and Dean setting out to follow their family's heritage and hunt down demons, monsters, and other hellbound creatures that threaten life on earth.
You can watch season 15 of Supernatural on Thursday nights on CTV.
Anne With An E
Rating: 62% on Rotten Tomatoes
Anne with an E is a Netflix Original that used both Prince Edward Island and Toronto as their home base for filming.
Despite huge support from fans, including actor, the series recently aired its series finale back in November. However, the final season came out on Netflix on January 3 of this year.
The show is a retelling of the classic story Anne of Green Gables. It follows a 13-year-old orphan who is constantly striving to find her place in the world.
Rating: 87% on Rotten Tomatoes
Lucifer has had anything but an easy time when it comes to being able to get its story properly told. It was first cancelled by FOX after season 3 but was saved by Netflix for another 2 seasons.
The final season of the series will be released on Netflix later this year.
Lucifer follows the devil himself who returns to earth after escaping hell. There, he runs a bar in Los Angeles and finds himself using his abilities to solve crimes alongside the local police department.