Nina Dobev is having fun reminding Drake of their humble beginnings on ‘Degrassi.’ She shared a photo showing a ‘Thank You’ card she found featuring Drizzy’s Jimmy Brooks character on the front.
Drake took it back to the aughts and shared an adorable pic from his ‘Degrassi’ days on Instagram. He’s so baby-faced in the decade-old episode, he’s barely recognizable. See the sweet photo, and compare to a current pic.
Drake got the entire ‘Degrassi’ crew back together for his ‘I’m Upset’ music video, and the cast has grown up so much over the years. See how Jimmy, Emma, Paige, Spinner, and more have changed since walking the halls of Degrassi High!
The most amazing ‘Degrassi’ reunion is happening on July 22! Almost the entire cast is reuniting for a special episode on Netflix’s ‘Degrassi: Next Class.’ So, who’s coming back? Prepare to freak out!
You may know Drake as Drizzy or Champagne Papi, but many of us remember the rapper as Wheelchair Jimmy. When he was 14, Drake landed a role on ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation.’ However, after 145 episodes, his character was gone — and now he’s explaining what happened.
Before Drake was Drake, he was actor Aubrey Graham, a star on Degrassi: The Next Generation. He joined the show in 2001 and in a new interview he explained that he was already making music. Yes, at age 14. Now 19, he remembers what happened on set, why we never found out what happened with Jimmy and Trina, and well, why he never returned.
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!
It sounds like things are getting hot on the winter finale of ‘Degrassi’ — but not in the way you think. Cristine Prosperi, who plays Imogen, chatted exclusively with HollywoodLife.com before tonight’s winter finale, and admitted that Imogen and Jack’s relationship is still not perfect!
We may have seen Jack (Niamh Wilson) and Imogen (Cristine Prosperi) kiss and makeup, but Jack hasn’t heard the end of the nude phot scandal. Tonight’s Degrassi finale will dig it back up and reveal to everyone who the blackmailer really was!
The happiest day of Alli’s life quickly turned into a nightmare she couldn’t escape.
Degrassi’s 13th season continued Jan. 28 with Alli’s (Melinda Shankar) 18th birthday, and in typical Alli fashion, she went BIG. And that’s not an exaggeration; before the half-hour premiere was over, she’d been engaged, married and horrifically beaten to a bloody pulp.
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.
Plus, Cassie talks about watching younger sister Alex make her ‘Degrassi’ debut: ‘She lights up the screen.’
When Canadian drama The L.A. Complex premieres on The CW, Cassie Steele will have stateside viewers in a permanent state of jaw-on-floor. But while she’s excited for fans to get a taste of what’s next (and believe me, I’ll be gushing over the new drama closer to its April 24 debut) you’ll also be glad to know she’s sticking close to her Degrassi roots. “With the right story line, I’d definitely like to [return],” she tells HollywoodLife.com. “And there have been talks!”
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…
Cory says it was ‘awesome’ getting to ditch Ms. Oh’s ‘straight and narrow’ persona. Do you support this taboo new couple?
Admit it: From the moment Ms. Oh (Cory Lee) entered Degrassi’s hallowed halls, you knew it was only a matter of time before she got it on with a student — and she finally did just that with Sav (Ray Ablack) on last night’s episode! I chatted with Cory and Ray during a recent visit to Degrassi’s Toronto set and they told me why they love their hot new storyline.
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.
Is there ANY healthy relationship happening on ‘Degrassi’ right now?
If there is, it certainly wasn’t featured on Degrassi’s April 15 episode, which highlighted three of the school’s most dysfunctional pairings. Holly J. (Charlotte Arnold) ended things with Sav (Raymond Ablack); K.C. (Sam Earle) and Jenna (Jessica Tyler) fought about their unborn child; and Clare (Aislinn Paul) decided she and Eli (Munro Chambers) needed a break… you know, so she wouldn’t end up dead like his last girlfriend.
But will KC be a good dad? Watch this preview clip of Jenna & her baby daddy butting heads on tonight’s episode.
Jenna (Jessica Tyler) is about to become Degrassi’s favorite cheerleader-turned-teen mom — sorry, Nina Dobrev, but Mia Jones is so two seasons ago — as she’s almost ready to pop! “We’re very close, so there won’t be that much waiting left,” Jenna’s baby daddy himself, Sam Earle, tells HollywoodLife.com. “It’s a little cliffhanger note we’re left on.”