• 2010
  • 14 Seasons
  • TV-PG

A sequel to the Canadian favorite from the 1980s about the tribulations of a group of teens, featuring a new generation of 8th to 12th-graders. Like the original `Degrassi,' this version tackles such serious topics as underage drinking, sex, the impact of divorce, and gun violence.

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Nina Dobrev and Drake, "I'm Upset" by Drake

This Degrassi Actor Is Upset He Wasn't Included in Drake's Music Video

Drake staged the ultimate Degrassi reunion for his new music video "I'm Upset" but unfortunately, not everyone was invited to the party. While the likes of Paige (Lauren Collins), Marco (Adamo Ruggiero), Craig (Jake Epstein) Liberty (Sarah Barrable-… Read more

Drake and Shane Kippel, "I'm Upset" by Drake
Drake Threw the Ultimate Degrassi Reunion and We're Not Okay

Paige, Marco, Emma, Spinner and others reunite for "I'm Upset"

Drake and Nina Dobrev
Drake and Nina Dobrev Had the Cutest Degrassi Reunion at the AMAs

"We've come a long way, you know?"

Degrassi Will Finally Confirm Whether Emma and Spinner's Marriage Lasted

See a first look from the 500th episode

<em>Degrassi: Next Class</em>
Why You're Never Too Old for Degrassi

Degrassi has been on nearly 40 years, and we hope it never ends

VIDEO: Can Drake and Jimmy Brooks Both Exist in the Degrassi Universe?

We get answers straight from the source

DEGRASSI: THE NEXT GENERATION, (clockwise from lower left) Melissa McIntyre, Shenae Grimes, Shane Kippel, Aubrey Graham, 2001-2007, ©CATV / courtesy Everett Collection
Alert: There Was a Degrassi Mini-Reunion And Drake Was There

See the party pics!

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Day 3: Upper Body Toning Blast
14:24 — This interval-based workout tones your chest, shoulders and back for an au natural lifted look. You'll need: Set of dumbbells (5 to 10 lbs. suggested (more…)
Degrassi: Next Class Introduces First Genderqueer Character
01:22 — Yael came out as genderqueer in an emotional episode of Next Class

Let's Talk About Sex on TV, Baby

Sex Ed Week explores the ways TV is pushing boundaries forward – and the ways it still lets us down

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