Schitt's Creek is a Canadian television sitcom that first aired on CBC Television 5 years ago—back in January of 2015. The series tells a story of a wealthy family who loses their fortune and is forced to move to a small town called Schitt's Creek that they once purchased as a joke.

Recently, a Twitter user @sarah_ispale decided to express her love and appreciation for Schitt's Creek by starting an entertaining thread of sharing screencaps from the show along with their famous painting lookalikes. The thread has quickly gained quite a bit of attention and, currently, it has over 75k likes and more than 10k retweets. With that being said, Bored Panda invites you to take a look!

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Girl With Golden Crown (Comerre, 1850)

Girl With Golden Crown (Comerre, 1850)

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Luther von Wolfen
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1 month ago

Not really.

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#2

The Woman With The Green Hair (Picasso, 1949)

The Woman With The Green Hair (Picasso, 1949)

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Ghent Altarpiece (Van Eyck, 1432)

Ghent Altarpiece (Van Eyck, 1432)

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Luther von Wolfen
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1 month ago

No. These don't look much alike.

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Throughout the evolution of the series, each season seems to have been received more and more positively by the audience as well as critics. To be more specific, the 6th season of the series has a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes and an 8.5 rating on IMDb.

#4

American Gothic (Wood, 1930)

American Gothic (Wood, 1930)

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Nizumi
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2 months ago

Totally different.

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#5

In Bed, The Kiss (Toulouse-Lautrec, 1892)

In Bed, The Kiss (Toulouse-Lautrec, 1892)

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ALONA 1089980
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2 months ago

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Imagine if those guys weren’t gay and they really had to kiss in real life. .

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#6

Cleopatra (Waterhouse, 1888)

Cleopatra (Waterhouse, 1888)

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Mmphotos25
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1 month ago

....all of this...all of this is a massive stretch

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#7

The Scream (Munch, 1893)

The Scream (Munch, 1893)

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n i k o
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2 months ago

I could literally say the same for any picture of a person screaming. Sorry, but these are such stretches.

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Fast forward to the Emmys of 2020, Schitt's Creek became the first-ever comedy or drama series to win the four acting categories that include Outstanding Lead Actor, Outstanding Lead Actress, Outstanding Supporting Actor, and Outstanding Supporting Actress. In total, the TV show has brought home nine 2020 Emmy awards.

#8

Me And My Parrots (Kahlo, 1941)

Me And My Parrots (Kahlo, 1941)

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Mmphotos25
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1 month ago

All of this...all of this is a MASSIVE stretch

Luther von Wolfen
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope.

ALONA 1089980
Community Member
2 months ago

Right.....

Zuko
Community Member
2 months ago

um how?

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#9

Woman With A Parasol (Monet, 1876)

Woman With A Parasol (Monet, 1876)

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Nizumi
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2 months ago

Different angle, different subject matter, different clothing style. Only similarity is the umbrella.

#10

Portrait Of Adele Bloch-Bauer I (Klimt, 1907)

Portrait Of Adele Bloch-Bauer I (Klimt, 1907)

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Luther von Wolfen
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1 month ago

No.

#11

Self-Portrait 'The Desperate Man' (Courbet, 1843-1845)

Self-Portrait 'The Desperate Man' (Courbet, 1843-1845)

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Raven
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1 month ago

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#12

Bedroom In Arles (Van Gogh, 1888)

Bedroom In Arles (Van Gogh, 1888)

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Nizumi
Community Member
2 months ago

Really?! No window in the photo. No lamp in the painting. No pictures on the wall in the photo. Bed frames totally different. Just no... not even.

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The one and only
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2 months ago

Yas david

#14

Gustave Lucien Dennery (Toulouse-Lautrec, 1883)

Gustave Lucien Dennery (Toulouse-Lautrec, 1883)

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ADHORTATOR
Community Member
2 months ago

What?

#15

Annunciation Of Virgin Mary II (Murillo)

Annunciation Of Virgin Mary II (Murillo)

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Nizumi
Community Member
2 months ago

No. This is a tribute to the Queen II album.

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