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Nowadays it’s common to catch cast members making appearances at various events, and occasionally signing autographs, etc.Unfortunately, for American fans it’s a rarity to have the opportunity to meet cast members here in the U. The cast members of today are usually doing other things outside of the show, so scheduling and of course other factors come into play. A., DC & Minneapolis, Chicago, Jersey), allowing fans to meet the cast and watch a screening of an episode before it aired on TV. During the summer of 2004 (at this point the final 10 episodes of season 3 were airing on The-N), Degrassi began its American mall tour.Unlike other teen soaps, which more often than not feature 20- and 30-somethings playing the high school leads, Degrassi is unabashedly teenage.The actors are relatively the same age as their characters and their interests are delightfully mundane.It’s been 13 years since “Degrassi: The Next Generation” first aired on Canada, introducing a new group of teenagers to the ongoing drama at one high school in Canada.
So, Drake may have made it “here” (which we can only assume means super rich and successful), but we want to know what happened to the rest of the students from Canada’s most dramatic high school!
The franchise launched as a series of four annual after-school specials in 1979 called The Kids of Degrassi Street.
It began putting out weekly episodes in 1982, with 26 episodes being released over the next four years.
While this might sound like it would make for less than riveting television, Degrassi's commitment to teenage authenticity is exactly what has made it a multigenerational institution for nearly 40 years.
For those of you who didn't grow up on the Canadian soap, here's a brief history.