Production has completed on the sixth and final season of “Schitt’s Creek”, and star/co-creator Dan Levy took to Instagram on Friday to share the bittersweet news that filming on the final episode was complete.

“That’s a wrap, friends,” Levy writes in a caption accompanying a photo of the comedy’s Rosebud Motel.

“Don’t think my heart has ever felt more gratitude than it did last night. Thank you to everyone who made this little show happen. To my family, thank you for being patient with me while I fussed over every detail, big and small, for six life changing years. To our magnificent cast and crew, I am still trying to find the words to properly describe the breadth and strength of your talents and how much you’ve inspired me,” he added.

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“To our fans, you’ve got a season made with a whole lot of love coming your way next year,” he concluded before sending one last shoutout to his character, David Rose. “And lastly, to Prince David, long may you f**king reign.”

Earlier this year, Levy announced that the upcoming season would be the last, and would comprise 14 episodes.

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Thanking CBC and Pop (which airs the show in the U.S.), Levy and father Eugene Levy (who plays Johnny Rose) expressed their gratitude for having the opportunity to end the series on their terms: “It’s not lost on us what a rare privilege it is in this industry to get to decide when your show should take its final bow.”

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