Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Schitt's Creek is a comedy about a formerly wealthy family that falls on hard times. Some cursing, often in jest; "son of a b---h," "ass," and "f--k" (bleeped) also make an appearance. Siblings use a lot of argumentative language parents may not appreciate, telling each other to "shut up" repeatedly. Family members say unflattering things and behave as if they don't like each other. People who live in rural areas are portrayed as naive, unsophisticated, and perhaps even dumb, while the wealthy are portrayed as unkind and greedy. Jokes about sex, body parts, bodily fluids, and bathroom jokes aren't as funny as stars Levy and O'Hara.
Jokes about sex and bodily fluids, bathroom humor.
Some cursing: "son of a bitch" and "ass." "F--k" is bleeped. The name of the show itself is a vulgar joke. Siblings tell each other, "Shut up!"
The comedy here isn't reaching for positive messages; rather, it's mocking human foibles.
Drugs / Tobacco /
One of the main characters has a substance abuse problem that is played for laughs.