Degrassi: The Next Generation

Tuesday 9:00 PM on Much Music Premiered Oct 14, 2001 In Season



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AIRED ON 12/23/2014

Season 14 : Episode 9

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AIRS ON 12/30/2014

Season 14 : Episode 10

Show Summary

The Emmy nominated Degrassi: The Next Generation (shortened to 'Degrassi' from Season 10+) is a spin-off of the long running Degrassi franchise from Linda Schuyler, creator of Kids on Degrassi Street, Degrassi Junior High, Degrassi High and School's Out. Similar to its predecessor the teens of Degrassi Community School face a variety of issues, from sexual abuse, to drug addiction, to heartaches. It's never a dull moment in the halls of Degrassi.

*Note, episode airdates are Canadian, and the episode order is in production, not in the order originally aired.

Fan Reviews (580)

  • A very good and perfect show. And by far, one of the best tv shows I have ever watched.

    When I first saw the show, I felt so enthusiastic because the show revolves around the new characters (2001-????) and the previous old characters (2001-2006). I have a love/hate relationship with the characters, and I somewhat share the same comparisons with several characters from the series. Despite how dramatic this show can be, I still think it's a very good one.
  • This is for teens who are starved for drama

    Omg I hate this show with a burning passion. It's just for drama-starved hipsters
  • Watched it since I was 10-16 years old

    I think it's a great show. It's been on for ages and I hope it keeps going. Each year it get worse I hate to admit but I grew up watching it and some episodes are better than others.
  • Will always hold a place in my heart

    I first started watching Degrassi when I was in grade eight. I absolutely fell in love with the show and continued to watch it all through the years - from season one to about season seven. After season seven I was a little disappointed because they almost changed the entire cast completely. I know that the students were getting older and graduating, but I felt that they kind of rushed into the new students,

    After refusing to watch the newer episodes, a couple years later I saw season eight on sale at a local video store and, although hesitantly, I bought it. I can't even say that I regret it. Although I missed the old cast, I quickly grew fond of the newer students portrayed in the show. I have continued to watch the show and I'm now on to season 10 and loving every episode! I will probably continue watching.

    I was such a die-hard Degrassi fan back in the day and I'm glad to be getting back into it! Although some episodes can be a little cliche and naive, I still quite enjoy it. I'm 20 now and even though I'm out of high school, I can still relate to some of the stories portrayed in the new episodes, and even the old. Every teenager should give this show a chance. Between the ages of 13-17, Degrassi was my life and helped me through those awkward teenage years.moreless
  • It has changed a lot since season 1

    I in a sense have grown up with degrassi the next generation, it was a huge part of my teenage years and i loved every thursday night sitting down to watch degrassi! A couple years ago i gave up watching it but now I have falled back in love with it.. To me it seems more like it use to be like it is relatedable again..So i think it has gotten better again!moreless

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    essence of youth, rich kids with problems, pressures of high school, Coming of Age, Teen