Warning: Stop reading if you haven’t seen the Aug. 15 episode of ‘Degrassi!’
When Adam (Jordan Todosey) crashed into a tree in the final moments of Degrassi‘s Aug. 8 episode, I’m sure we all had similar thoughts, ranging from “He’ll be fine” to “Maybe he’ll have a broken leg.” But no one could have predicted just how serious this accident would be — nor the weight of the message it would carry.
Becky attempts to reconnect with Adam in this exclusive clip from tonight’s ‘Degrassi’ — but will he take her back?
Adam (Jordan Todosey) has a choice to make: Just when we thought he’d finally found a good girlfriend in Missy, Becky (Sarah Fisher) is re-emerging from the shadows in an attempt to win him back. And in this clip from the Nov. 20 episode of Degrassi, obtained exclusively by HollywoodLife.com, Adam turns to Dave (Jahmil French) in his time of need.
Someone’s got her eye on Adam! Watch this exclusive ‘Degrassi’ preview clip for your first look at Adam’s potential new girlfriend.
With Becky (Sarah Fisher) away at “correction” camp, Adam (Jordan Todosey) is single and ready to mingle — which is good, because a cute girl gives him her phone number on the Nov. 19 episode of Degrassi! In this clip, obtained exclusively by HollywoodLife.com, an eligible bachelorette makes eyes at Adam at the Battle of the Bands, and Imogen (Cristine Prosperi) has the honor of playing matchmaker.
‘Degrassi’ returns tomorrow with all-new episodes on Teen Nick. Watch our exclusive preview!
Becky (Sarah Fisher) is starting to give into her feelings for Adam (Jordan Todosey) on Degrassi — but not everyone is ready to “like” her new relationship status. In this clip from the Oct. 12 episode, obtained exclusively by HollywoodLife.com, Becky’s twin brother Luke (Craig Arnold) warns her that hooking up with Adam could have serious consequences for the Baker family.
SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading if you haven’t watched the Sept. 1 mid-season finale of ‘Degrassi!’ You’ve been warned…
OK, first of all, how incredible was the Degrassi: Now or Never finale?! I was fortunate enough to be on set the day they filmed it, and I’m pretty sure my ears are still ringing from Vince’s (Brendan Jeffers) gunshot. I also got to hold the bullet that ultimately found its way into poor Adam (Jordan Todosey), before grilling the actress on what it’s like to play a transgender character — and where she’d like to see Adam go from here…
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.
I hope you’re all ready to “go there,” because Degrassi returns TONIGHT (July 19) with six weeks of new nightly episodes — and one very controversial new character!
Abortions? School shootings? Puh-lease! Everyone’s favorite Canadian teen drama, Degrassi, has already covered that ground. But this season, which kicks off at 9 p.m. tonight on TeenNick with an epic two-hour movie, will finally introduce a character not yet represented at Degrassi Community School — a transgender student! The character, played by Jordan Todosey, goes by the name of Adam, despite being born as a girl. “The writing is good,” Jordan tells CTV News. “They really go there with that kind of stuff and I think that this character can really speak for anybody who is outcast or bullied or transgender or anything like that.”