'Schitt's Creek': Emily Hampshire says fans will be happy with Season 6 ending
'Schitt's Creek' will air it's sixth and final season, which has 14 episodes, on CBC in 2020. Meaww caught up with Emily Hampshire, who plays Stevie Budd on 'Schitt's Creek', at the 'The L Word: Generation Q' red carpet premiere where she talked about how fans will be happy with Season 6 of the show.
Talking about her Hallmark film, 'Hitched For The Holidays', Hampshire said, "When I did this Hallmark movie, they were laughing! When I got the offer, my agent and me both thought it was a mistake, like they wanted another Emily. At that time, I had only done dark Indie movies, and I suddenly got this Hallmark offer, but I thought it was really cute and I did it. I thought I duped them but it was really fun."
When asked about long-running CBC show 'Schitt's Creek' final sixth season, Hampshire said fans will be happy with the ending. "I can't believe how happy I am (about how the storyline ended)! I don't know how we managed to wrap up everyone's storyline, everyone got their due. I feel like fans will feel really good about the ending - even though it's sad, they'll be like 'it's right!'"
"I mean, is love the ultimate thing?" she asked when asked if Stevie, her character on the show will ever find love. "Maybe she finds a career!"
Season 6 of the CBC show will air on Pop TV with 14 episodes on January 7, 2020, at 9/8c.
Earlier, show creators Eugene and Daniel Levy, father-son duo, had said, "We are very excited to announce that 'Schitt’s Creek' is coming back for a sixth season on CBC and Pop in 2020! We also wanted to take this opportunity to let you know that we have decided season six will be our last."