Month: January 2017

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Degrassi Creators Release Statement On Muslim Ban

We’ve reached a point in Degrassi’s history where it’s gone beyond just being a relatable teen drama, or a show that’s just ripping stories from the headlines. Last year, Degrassi’s team sat down to create […]

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Degrassi: Next Class Review – #ImSleep

MAYA PLOT RECAP: The episode starts off with Maya recording a song called “Last Exit” about being free, and she’s in a good mood as she prepares for school and says goodbye to her mom […]

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Degrassi: Next Class Review – #Woke

The popular slang term “woke” means being socially aware of what’s going on around you. It’s typically a good thing, but Degrassi uses this term as the title to signify these characters opening their eyes […]

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Degrassi: Next Class Review – #IRegretNothing

This episode of Degrassi will be considered groundbreaking, and at the same time I feel like this is an episode where I’ll have less to say about the episodes themes as usual. Part of that […]

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Bustle Lists The Social Issues Degrassi Tackles Better Than The GOP

Degrassi is no stranger to controversy and complaints from the more conservative groups out there. In Season 1, people lost their damn minds over this promo for #NotAllMen, because a white guy getting confronted by […]

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Degrassi: Next Class Review – #Unsubscribe

GRACE PLOT RECAP: Grace learns that her lung function is declining and she has two options: get a risky lung transplant that could extend her life by 10 years, or not do the transplant and […]

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Eric Osborne Nominated For 2017 ACTRA Award

Congratulations to Eric for his 2017 ACTRA Awards nomination! He’s been nominated for Best Male for his role in the Degrassi: Next Class season 1 episode #YesMeansYes. In that episode Miles struggles to deal with […]