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Degrassi: The Next Generation (renamed Degrassi since the tenth season) is a Canadian teen drama television series set in the Degrassi universe, which was created by Linda Schuyler and Kit Hood in 1979. Degrassi is the fourth fictional series in the Degrassi franchise, following The Kids of Degrassi Street, Degrassi Junior High, and Degrassi High.
Like its predecessors, Degrassi: The Next Generation follows an ensemble cast of students at Degrassi Community School who face various challenges often seen as taboo such as sex, teen pregnancy, date rape, drug abuse, self image, homosexuality, self-injury, suicide, abortion, domestic violence, death, racism and many other issues.
The series was created by Linda Schuyler and Yan Moore, and is produced by Epitome Pictures (a subsidiary of DHX Media) in association with Bell Media. The current executive producers are Schuyler, her husband Stephen Stohn and Brendon Yorke. The series is filmed at Epitome's studios in Toronto, Ontario, rather than on the real De Grassi Street from which the franchise takes its name. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
The Degrassi students return from winter break to find the school has merged with Lakehurst following a devastating fire. Meanwhile, Darcy begins openly dating Peter despite their parents' disdain. Also, Toby is angry over Lakehurst's presence so soon after J.T.'s death and lets his feelings be known through his podcast.
Darcy believes that she and Peter had sex at the party, but when news spreads about a "roofie-rapist" in the area, she is forced to come to terms with the possibility that she might have been raped. Meanwhile, Ellie decides to fix Marco up with another guy, since Dylan seems to be neglecting their relationship.
Paige gets a job as a fashion assistant as Alex spends her days being lazy. Soon Paige's job and Alex's attitude threaten their relationship. Meanwhile, Manny considers picking things up where she left off with Damian but finds it impossible when they disagree on a unified Degrassi–Lakehurst student body.
Ashley decides to practice music again after she does not receive credit for a song she wrote on Craig's album but finds herself outshone by Jimmy. Meanwhile, Mia has problems with her locker buddy and mean girl, Holly J., when they both vie for Sav's affection.
Life is looking better for Spinner, but after getting into a fight at school, he begins to feel pain in his groin and finds out he has testicular cancer. Meanwhile, Darcy believes she has come to terms with her rape, but her actions prove this to be wrong when she acts out in class.
Spinner seems to be doing himself in before his illness kills him when he begins acting out recklessly and picking fights with the Lakehurst thugs. Meanwhile, Marco finally begins to accept that Dylan is really gone and starts to socialize with other people.
Manny's 18th birthday Debut is approaching and, weary of her father's incessant micromanagement of her life, invites bad-boy Jay to be her escort in the hopes of ruining the event. Jimmy finds out about Ashley's betrayal and makes a new friend in physical therapy.
Caitlin returns to Toronto for a guest lecture at Toronto University, which Ellie is covering for the newspaper. When Ellie catches Jesse and Caitlin hooking up, she spirals down a drunken path. Meanwhile, Mia wants Anya to stand up to Holly J.
Emma, tired of being "predictable," auditions to be a model for Purple Dragon. She finds herself liking the attention she gets but soon learns of the hypocrisy of the company. Meanwhile, Mia asks Sav to help her be better at Badminton, and he agrees but only if she helps him learn how to kiss.
Spinner is trying to cope with the effects of cancer and chemotherapy and starts smoking marijuana, which turns Jane away, especially when he begins hanging out with his ex-girlfriend Darcy. Meanwhile, Paige hates her job and decides to take a few days off to relax.
Marco is low on cash, and after meeting a friend who takes an interest in him, he considers doing something he never thought he ever would have to do. Manny grows closer to Jay and concocts a sham engagement on the spot to keep her meddling parents at bay.
Unable to cope with her rape, Darcy descends down a self-destructive path of lies, promiscuity and disturbing behaviour that could cost her everything about which she cares. Meanwhile, Jimmy is tired of relying on Ashley for everything, and with his friend Trina to help him spread his wings, Jimmy is left with a tough decision to make.
Manny wants to attend Smithdale University, which has a great acting department. After an argument, Jay gets revenge and switches her audition tape with their sex tape. Feeling guilty, Jay attempts to fix his mistake. Meanwhile, Darcy's parents send her to a camp for troubled youths.
Manny finds out what Jay did and is furious. Jay arrives at Smithdale a little too late and finds out Manny blew her audition. It is now up to Jay to correct his wrongdoing and win Manny back. Meanwhile, Darcy is faced with hard lessons of discipline and rigorous self-respect-building exercises.
Pat Mastroianni(Joey Jeremiah)
Samantha Munro(Anya MacPherson)
Miriam McDonald(Emma Nelson)
Justin Kelly(Jake Martin)
Chloe Rose(Katie Matlin)
Dylan Everett(Campbell Saunders)
Andre Kim(Winston Chu)
Landon Liboiron(Declan Coyne)
Nina Dobrev(Mia Jones)
Niamh Wilson(Jack Jones)
Aislinn Paul(Clare Edwards)
Ricardo Hoyos(Zig Novak)
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