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7 Shows On Netflix Similar To 'Schitt's Creek' If You're Sad About The Finale

It’s the final countdown. Fans of the iconic Canadian show are preparing to share their warmest regards one last time. Although it’s the end of an era for Schitt’s Creek, similar shows on Netflix are perfect for viewers looking to keep that laughter in their lives.

Schitt’s Creek actors Dan Levy and Emily Hampshire also have upcoming projects that you can follow after the CBC comedy comes to an end.

Levy is set to star in a movie alongside Kristen Stewart called Happiest Season while Hampshire was recently in Halifax filming her new series Chapelwaite.

After tuning into the finale tonight, make sure to check out some of these shows that might keep the Schitt’s Creek vibes in your life.

Kim’s Convenience

Rating: 8.1/10 on IMDb

Kim's Convenience is another Toronto filmed comedy. It follows a Korean-Canadian family and their adventures while running their convenience store.

One Day at a Time

Rating: 99% on Rotten Tomatoes

A single mother, nurse, and war veteran, Penelope, struggles to raise her Cuban-American family in Los Angeles. The light-hearted comedy highlights the struggles of Penelope adjusting back to day-to-day life.

The Office

Rating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes

This mockumentary-style comedy follows a group of office workers and their everyday work life at a paper company.

That ‘70s Show

Rating: 8.1/10 on IMDb

Set in 1970s Wisconsin, this comedy is about a group of teenagers navigating their family, friends, and romantic woes.


Rating: 7.3/10 on IMDb

Parents prepare for their daughter Rachel’s return from college but are shocked when she brings along her new husband, a nomad hippie.

How I Met Your Mother

Rating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes

Ted Mosby sits his children down to tell them the story of how he met their mother. The show takes place in flashbacks where Ted is living in New York City with his group of friends.

Mr. Iglesias

Rating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes

Mr. Iglesias, a public high school teacher, takes on the challenge of working with misguided students who he believes have a lot of potential.