So what's the cast been up to these last six years?
ended seven years ago, but fans haven't stopped shipping the two lead characters, Casey Mac Donald and Derek Venturi — even though they're stepsiblings.
Up until that point, Casey was perfectly content with her life.
The series premiered on Family on September 18, 2005, and ran for four seasons, ending its run on March 25, 2009.
Reruns aired on Family Channel and multiplex sister channel Family Chrgd until September 2016.
Leggat pointed out how Dasey was just like the experience of simultaneously hating and loving someone, since the stepsiblings rarely got along, but did prove to be there for one another when it really counted.
When asked about Dasey-themed GIFs and photosets they've seen on Tumblr, Seater shared the one he sees most often comes from the series finale.
Leggat hosted the 2012 "Count Me In Conference", which has been recognized as the largest youth-run empowerment event in North America.
Following the event, Leggat logged onto Twitter to share her support for Count Me In saying "@Shane Feldman You are the most inspirational person in my life! As well, she appeared in the cable television film What Girls Learn, starring Elizabeth Perkins and Scott Bakula; the Disney television movie The Music Man, starring Matthew Broderick; the comedy series The Blobheads; and the fantasy science-fiction series The Zack Files.In 2005, Leggat performed in Moze Mossanen's short film Roxana as part of CBC's "Opening Night" series.Seater explained how they thought it was hilarious and didn't see anything wrong with it.And because it was always at the back of their minds, and the fans were so into Casey and Derek being a couple, Seater noted how actors always want to find subtext in their lines and give fans what they desire.Life with Derek and another Canadian sitcom, Naturally, Sadie, were both added to Disney Channel in the United States in 2005.