Degrassi: The Next Generation
‘Schitt’s Creek’ star and co-creator Dan Levy is now premiering the 4th season with his dad, Eugene Levy, but being the legendary comic’s son wasn’t always easy.
Started from the bottom now they’re here! Drake reunited with his former costars from ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ on Aug. 4, and we’re totally feeling nostalgic!
Before Drake, 28, became a world famous rapper and feuded with Meek Mill, 28, he was Jimmy Brooks on cult classic series, Degrassi: The Next Generation! He sweetly reunited with his former cast mates Daniel Clark, Adamo Ruggiero and Lauren Collins at the Toronto premiere of new web-series, We Are Disorderly. To hear more about Drake, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
‘Degrassi: The Next Generation,’ is wrapping up for good and the series finale is guaranteed to bring some tears. To open up the floodgates, let’s take a look back at the season 1 cast, and see who all those kids grew up to be!
Degrassi: The Next Generation will officially end its 14-year run on July 31, leaving us viewers with heartache and memories. The Canadian series, known for its controversial and boundary-pressing content, has aided its audiences in navigating the tumultuous road to adulthood for hundreds of episodes, and it’ll be devastating to see it go. But let’s not cry because it’s over! Instead, let’s celebrate everything the series has given us by catching up with the show’s original cast– and let’s also attempt not to keel over from a nostalgia-induced breakdown.
It’s been a while since we have seen the original ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ kids together, but three of our faves joined forces for a highly anticipated reunion photo! While we would die to see an onscreen reunion, we will settle for these pics… for now!
Lauren Collins, Jake Epstein and Shane Kippel captured our hearts during their years on Degrassi: The Next Generation, and now these three former co-stars have come together for a very exciting impromptu reunion! Lauren, who played Paige Michalchuk, was first to upload the nostalgic photo to Instagram on June 29. Find out what she had to say about seeing her old friends again!
With ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ officially ending after 14 years on air, we have to wonder which former cast members and guest stars will return to the series. Specifically, what about Drake and Nina Dobrev? We’ve got EXCLUSIVE details!
On June 4, millions of hearts were broken as it was announced that Degrassi: The Next Generation would officially wrap in July, after 14 drama-filled years. Of course, during that time the show saw its fair share of major guest stars– and even created some superstars of its own in the process: Drake and Nina Dobrev, we’re looking at you! We have EXCLUSIVE info as to whether we can expect to see those two, or some of the other stars from episodes past before the series wraps for good!
This is heartbreaking. After an astounding 14 years on the air, ‘Degrassi: The next Generation’ will end its run on TeenNick this summer. We’ve got all the deets on the final days of high school!
Looks like school is officially out. Degrassi: The Next Generation, the teenage drama that has been entertaining audiences since 2001, will officially conclude on TeenNick, the network announced on June 4. The series will wrap with a two week event, beginning with an hour-long episode on July 20, and culminating in an hour finale on July 31.
Lots of changes this week! Should Anya give Owen a chance? Will Alli get back with Drew? Read on & tell us!
Just as Annie Clark hinted in our interview, the April 8 episode of Degrassi brought the end of “Fadam,” as Fiona finally realized she only liked the girl-half of transgender boyfriend Adam (Jordan Todosey.) And while the announcement came as a shock to Mama Coyne (aka the classiest woman of all time), I think everyone’s a little relieved to hear Fiona’s not into guys — at least this means she won’t be kissing her brother again!
And, check out an exclusive clip of Fiona & Adam’s date from tonight’s episode!
Champagne-chugging, brother-kissing, sexuality-swapping Fiona (Annie J. Clark) is always full of surprises — but no one was more surprised than Holly J. (Charlotte Arnold) when Fiona kissed her at the end of last week’s Degrassi. On tonight’s episode, Annie tells HollywoodLife.com, we’ll see a whole lot of awkwardness between the two friends. Oh, and she also has some not-so-good news for fans of Fiona and Adam’s (Jordan Todosey) relationship.
He’s one of the few rappers she hasn’t worked with… yet!
Though Ashanti, 29, claimed she had no Grammy predictions when we saw her at OK! magazine’s 3rd Annual Midnight Grammy Brunch on Jan. 30, she did mention one artist she loves: actor-turned-rapper Drake! “I think Drake has been doing an amazing job,” she told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “I’m a big fan.” She said it would be “kind of cool” to collaborate with the former Degrassi star. We smell a hit! Read more