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Degrassi

Degrassi



Degrassi is a Canadian drama about a group of teens and how they deal with everyday social issues, such as important topics including rape and homosexuality. The show follows various students as they go through high school at Degrassi Community School. The show is one the highest rated teen dramas in Canada, and is a spin-off Degrassi Junior High and Degrassi High and characters created by Linda Schuyler.

From seasons 1 to 9, the show was called Degrassi: The Next Generation, but was renamed from season 10.

Episode Info

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Available Episodes

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Season 14 episode 23

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Season 14 episode 23

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Season 14 episode 21

Cast
Luke BilykLuke Bilyk
As Andrew "Drew" Torres (S10+)
Luke BilykLuke Bilyk
As Andrew "Drew" Torres (S10+)
Melinda ShankarMelinda Shankar
As Alli Bhandari (S08+)
Melinda ShankarMelinda Shankar
As Alli Bhandari (S08+)
Stefan BrogrenStefan Brogren
As Archibald "Snake" Simpson (S01+)
Sarah FisherSarah Fisher
As Becky Baker (S12+)
Sarah FisherSarah Fisher
As Becky Baker (S12+)
Aislinn PaulAislinn Paul
As Clare Edwards (S08+)
A.J. SaudinA.J. Saudin
As Connor Deslauriers (S08+)
Munro ChambersMunro Chambers
As Elijah "Eli" Goldsworthy (S10+)

Reviews

andrew

Reviews: 3
It Goes ThereRating: 7 likes, 1 dislikes

Since the Degrassi franchise started in the mid-eighties, Linda Schuyler and her team of writers and directors began tackling issues no other show dared to even mention. Today, almost 25 after it's debut, Degrassi still goes there, and isn't going anywhere soon. Degrassi has covered a broad range of subjects important to today's youth, and young-adults. They realisticly cover almost every important issue you can think of, including eating disorders (without the cheesy Disney feel to it), teen pregnancy (and abortion), drug & alcohol use, pre-marital sex, school shootings, cutting, homosexuality, and rape. There is over 200 episodes combining all of the series together (100 alone with the Next Generation), and over 100 issues covered. Still, Degrassi has many issues yet to cover. The actors don't look like fake Hollywood stars, and look like actual teens. The show teaches you important morals and lessons, yet still remains to be intresting, and enjoyable to watch, without feeling like you're watching an after-school special. Let's hope The Third Generation remains true to the Degrassi spirit. Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, October 10th 2006 at 9:36 pm

1 review available
Recaps
8x15: Touch of Grey recap: Emma and Kelly are outside their dorm room, and because Liberty and Manny are gone, Emma jokingly wants them to go back to bed and cuddle, but Kelly doesn't want to miss a boring-yet-important lecture, and Emma reluctantly agrees. As they leave, a girl, Becca, stops them and tells Kelly how funny he was in a class the day before. Vicki, the dorm adviser walks by with Manny and Liberty, talking about the upcoming Floor Olympics, and says hi to Kelly and Emma, but calls her "Blond Emma", despite the fact that Emma dyed her hair brown, which makes Emma mad. Emma is also disappointed that Manny and Liberty are helping with the Floor Olympics, but she isn't', but they tell her she can help. Kelly's Frisbee buddy, Dyson, stops by, says hi to Kelly and Emma (who he calls "girlfriend of Kelly"), and thanks Kelly for helping him with his history paper, which he got a C+ on. The two high-five each other, and Dyson gives Kelly a thank you card and a gift. Emma is upset that she has been at Smithdale this long and nobody knows her as just Emma... read more.

4x1: Ghost in the Machine (1) recap: The episode begins with Paige, Spinner, and Craig standing around a used red car at Jeremiah Motors, with Craig and Paige suggesting nicknames for the car. Finally, Spinner decides to name it the "Love Mobile", and they christened it with a bottle of water. Joey comes over, and reminds Spinner that he hasn't bought the car yet. Spinner, with a wad of $2,700 he earned at The Dot in his hands, reluctantly gives Joey the money, and Joey gives Spinner the keys to his new car. Spinner and Paige then goes on a ride through the city. After a while, Spinner takes Paige home, and they make plans for the evening, but a police car shows up. The police officer walks up to Spinner's vehicle, and asks for Paige. He hands her a clipboard, and it informs her that she's due to appear in court, because she filed a sexual assault case two years prior, a few months after she was raped. Paige wasn't expecting this, and isn't sure that she's ready to face her rapist... read more.
Crew

Creator: Linda Schuyler, Yan Moore
Executive Producer: Brendon Yorke, Linda Schuyler, Stephen Stohn
Co-Executive Producer: Sarah Glinski
Supervising Producer: Stephanie Williams (2)
Producer: David Lowe (1), Stefan Brogren
Associate Producer: James Jackman (1), Nicole Hamilton (1)

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Recurring Guests

Michael Kinney (1) as Mr. Armstrong (55 eps)
Linlyn Lue as Ms. Kwan (49 eps)
Tom Melissis as Mr. Perino (38 eps)
Ramona Milano as Audra Torres (27 eps)
John Bregar as Dylan Michalchuk (27 eps)
Alex Steele as Allison (Angela) Jeremiah (27 eps)
Mike Lobel as Jay Hogart (26 eps)
Deanna Casaluce as Alex (26 eps)
Shenae Grimes-Beech as Darcy Edwards (24 eps)
Paula Boudreau as Art Teacher (21 eps)

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Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama, Teens
Status: Ended
Airs: Tuesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 14, 2001
Ended: July 31, 2015
Akas
• D:TNG (Alternate Abbreviated Title.)
• Degrassi, nouvelle génération (French-Canadian title)
• Degrassi: la nouvelle génération (Used In France)
• Degrassi: The Next Generation (Original title (S1 - S9))
• Ready, Willing and Wired (Working title)
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