Who’s your favorite character on Schitt’s Creek? As one of the funniest (and most original) shows in recent years, we thought it was high time to take a look at some of the show’s most memorable characters - as well as some of the worst.
After tragically losing their fortune, the Roses decide to move into a tiny motel in the isolated town of Schitt’s Creek, which they ironically purchased as a joke years ago. As Johnny, Moira, and their children struggle to come to terms with their new social standing, they run into all sorts of colorful characters, including Schitt’s Creek’s very own fast-talking mayor (played by Chris Elliott). Created by Daniel Levy (David Rose), and Eugene Levy (Johnny Rose), the funniest characters on Schitt’s Creek are both relatable and hilariously detached and make every episode of the show memorable. If you find yourself missing these unforgettable characters, check out more shows like Schitt's Creek.
Be sure to vote up all your favorite characters, and vote down all the plebs.
Alexis RosePhoto: ITV Studios
My name is Alexis, and yes, I did not finish high school. Um, it’s this long, boring story involving a yacht, and a famous soccer player, and like a ton of mushrooms. Anyway, I think it would be so great if we could just go around the room, and everyone could tell me like, five things about yourself.
Played by: Annie Murphy
Occupation: CEO of Alexis Rose Communications41795Are they the "schitt"?
David RosePhoto: ITV Studios
I would hardly call myself an expert on this subject, and by "subject" I mean genuine human emotion.
Played by: Daniel Levy
Occupation: Owner of Rose Apothecary434105Are they the "schitt"?
Moira RosePhoto: ITV Studios
I'm eating egg whites and hoping the building will collapse.
Played by: Catherine O'Hara
Occupation: Town councilor395128Are they the "schitt"?
Johnny RosePhoto: ITV Studios
We're willing to settle for what we paid for it. More if you can get it, but definitely not less.
Played by: Eugene Levy
Occupation: Co-owner of the Rosebud Motel29587Are they the "schitt"?