It's been nearly a year since Schitt's Creek Season 6 premiered, but fans are still catching up with the Roses en masse. The show's 2020 Emmys sweep did wonders for the series' profile, and the final season's debut on Netflix only drove it higher. Even though all of the cast members have moved on to other projects, the CBC, which produced the series, is still riding the Schitt's Creek wave. Case in point: this brand-new Schitt's Creek music video, which will be a thrill for fans who miss watching the Rose family in action.
Schitt's Creek was known for its musical moments. From Moira Rose's Jazzagals to the amateur production of Cabaret that was featured as a significant plot point in Season 5, Schitt's Creek always found reasons to get people to stand up and sing. The show included open mic nights, funeral singalongs, and of course, "A Little Bit Alexis." There was even the Jazzgals' touching rendition of "Silent Night," which was the biggest highlight of the Christmas special, which aired between Seasons 4 and 5.
Notably, the new Schitt's Creek music video was released by CBC Gem, the Canadian channel's free streaming service. It was most likely put out to help promote Schitt's Creek in Canada. Regardless of the reason it was created, the whole bit is adorable, from the old-school MTV music video labeling at the top of the vid (the song is credited to Rose Video Records) to the earworm-y "Schitt's Creek" chorus.
Take it away, Rose fam:
The CBC isn't alone in thinking the song was a banger. It got the seal of approval from the official Schitt's Creek Twitter account as well.
So far, the song is not yet on Spotify or YouTube, but that could change at any moment. As fans will recall, "A Little Bit Alexis" actually took off on the Billboard charts from streaming plays ahead of Season 6's premiere. The song also got a significant boost when Annie Murphy, who played Alexis, went on The Kelly Clarkson Show and promoted it. It's not clear if anyone would be willing to do the same for this brand-new bop, but considering how catchy it is, it's not out of the realm of possibility.