Plus, have Drew & Eli ever actually met? HollywoodLife.com gets to the bottom of this most-pressing issue.
After getting off to a rocky — not to mention crazy — start last week, Degrassi‘s summer season continues July 18; and who better to preview the drama ahead than two of the show’s finest, Luke Bilyk and Munro Chambers? The hallway heartthrobs stopped by HollywoodLife.com earlier this week to discuss Drew’s “different” summer, the “huge toll” Clare’s cancer will take on her relationship with Eli, and the all-important question: Why have Drew and Eli never interacted?
Eli gets some unlikely relationship advice from Connor in this clip from the April 5 episode of ‘Degrassi!’
Has “Eclare” finally gone stale? Eli (Munro Chambers) sure seems to think so! He admits in defeat in this new clip from the April 5 episode of Degrassi — obtained exclusively by HollywoodLife.com — and not even a pep talk from one of his best friends is able to lift him out of his deep depression.
Has ‘Eclare’ gone stale? Watch HollywoodLife.com’s exclusive first look at tonight’s all-new ‘Degrassi.’
It’s Clare’s (Aislinn Paul) birthday, and she’ll be a raging bi-atch if she wants to! Eli (Munro Chambers) tries to cheer up his special lady friend on the Aug. 14 episode of Degrassi, but she still can’t get her mind off the Asher drama at the Interpreter — and she takes her frustration out on Eli’s play.
‘Degrassi: Showdown’ begins tonight, and HollywoodLife.com has your first look at the new cast — sans uniforms — in action.
It’s a good thing we love Degrassi, because we’re about to get a whole lot more of it! Following in its annual tradition of awesomeness, Teen Nick will air new episodes every Monday through Thursday at 10 p.m. beginning July 16. (Oh, wait, that’s tonight!) HollywoodLife.com has your exclusive first look at the brand-new opening title sequence, which introduces season 12’s key players.
Munro tells HollywoodLife.com how Eli’s relationship with both girls will change — drastically — on the new episodes of ‘Degrassi.’
TeenNick is billing the second half of Degrassi‘s 11th season — airing at 9 p.m. tonight — as “Degrassi: New Beginnings,” and Munro Chambers tells HollywoodLife.com that Eli’s definitely hoping to make a fresh start. “He’s hurt a lot of people, a lot of his friends,” Munro says. “He wants … a clean slate.” So how will Eli’s ladies, Clare (Aislinn Paul) and Imogen (Cristine Prosperi), factor into his plan?
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Just how intense is tonight’s mid-season finale of Degrassi? “It’s about as ‘Oh my God’ as it gets,” Daniel Kelly told HollywoodLife.com during a recent visit to the show’s Toronto set. We sat down with Degrassi stars Alicia Josipovic, Jordy Todosey, Munro Chambers, Samantha Munro, and of course Daniel, for their take on the final moments of Now or Never.
It’s time to choose: Should Clare give Eli a second chance, or move on with Jake? Pick your side & vote!
There’s a food fight brewing at Degrassi, and it’s about to get delicious. Now that Clare (Aislinn Paul) and Eli (Munro Chambers) are on the outs, she’s free to date someone else — and she’s got her eye on new-guy Jake (Justin Kelly.) I spoke with Munro, Aislinn and Justin during a recent trip to the show’s Toronto set to get their thoughts on the Cake (Clare + Jake) and Eclare (Eli + Clare) pastry battle.
Plus, Munro introduces us to Eli’s new admirer, Imogen! Will sparks fly, or will things just get awkward?
You’d think a car crash and a break up would change a person — and you’d be right. When Degrassi returns for its 11th season July 18, you’ll see a very different version of Eli (Munro Chambers), the emo prince of Degrassi Community School. “He’s trying to get better,” Munro told me on a recent visit to the show’s Toronto set. And while his breakup from Clare (Aislinn Paul) is sure to cause some damage
Go backstage at ‘Degrassi’ for a musical performance like no other. Seriously, prepare yourselves.
Degrassi has given us many a hit musical group during the past decade — The Three Tenners, The Stüdz, and of course, Paige Michalchuk & The Sex Kittens — but I believe I’ve discovered its finest act yet. I’d like to present to you the freestylings of Daniel Kelly, with Munro Chambers and Jahmil French as his fly backup dancers, in a rare performance I captured during a recent visit to the show’s Toronto set.