Some episode descriptions have surfaced from the reliable Kyle over at CableTalkTv for the episodes to be shown in the first couple of weeks. I’ll be taking a closer look at the descriptions hopefully before Friday. By the looks of it, we can expect some interesting character interactions.
Mon, 7/18 9p-10p et
“Degrassi Spring Fever” Specially Packages, with limited commercials
Degrassi’s got Spring Break fever, wooo! Keke Palmer’s playing a concert — and Sav’s heartstrings — while Drew and Bianca get in WAY too deep.
Tues, 7/19 9p-9:30p et
Eli seems to be taking his and Clare’s break-up well… a little too well for Clare’s liking, actually. Will a new guy help her get closure?
Wed, 7/20 9p-9:30p et
“What’s My Age Again?”
Anya’s 18th birthday is nigh… paging Dr. Chris! And KC is trapped in baby-ville with Jenna; but is there an escape hatch?
Thurs, 7/21 9p-9:30p et
Drew’s life was so much simpler before Bianca was in it. Would it be simple again if she were gone?
Mon, 7/25 9p-9:30p et
“Cry Me a River, pt. 1”
Dave and Adam are vying for a spot hosting a show on Degrassi’s airwaves. But is Dave ready to share the air with a transgender guy?
Tues, 7/26 9p-9:30p et
“Cry Me a River, pt. 2”
When the school backlashes against Dave for his offensive outburst against transgender students, he’s left feeling persecuted and censored.
Wed, 7/27 9p-9:30p et
“Dirt Off Your Shoulder, pt. 1”
Eli’s got professional help handling the pressure of writing the school play, but there are no miracles. Will a new heroine save the day?
Thurs, 7/28 9p-9:30p et
“Dirt Off Your Shoulder, pt. 2”
Riley’s family isn’t changing, and neither is Zane. Faced with an impossible choice between them, Riley can’t put it off any longer.