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It's the end of an era. After 14 seasons of angsty teen drama, Canadian institution Degrassi, is looking for a new home. The popular show consistently displayed groundbreaking content throughout the years, tackling issues on a screen that often lacked realistic and relatable content. The halls of Degrassi High also became a jumping pad for stars like Nina Dobrev, Shenae Grimes, and of course, Drake.
TeenNick released a statement earlier yesterday, and announced a finale special, "It Goes There: Degrassi's Most Talked About Moments" which will air later this summer. When reached out for a statement, parent company DHX Media told us:
"Degrassi is one of DHX Media’s marquee brands and we expect to be able to provide an update in the days ahead for fans, the media and the market. The Degrassi fan base runs deep worldwide and the longevity of the series speaks for itself. Stay tuned for further developments regarding Degrassi."
For more on this story as it evolves, stay tuned to Complex Canada.