The stars of Pop TV’s “Schitt’s Creek” reflect on their sixth and final season as the Rose family, who began their journey seeking redemption after patriarch Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy) found himself broke and forced to start all over in the small town.

“The whole point of the show was four people who were given the opportunity to essentially start their lives over and, in a way, I wish we were all given that kind of time sometimes,” said Dan Levy, who co-created and starred in the series as David Rose. “Inherently, the whole concept of the show was to, with every passing year, reveal more and more about these people and have them come to love themselves and other people in ways that are deeper and more emotional and more authentic.”

The “Schitt’s Creek” series finale airs on April 7.