All 'Degrassi,' All The Time: Streaming Service Launches Channel Dedicated To Classic Series
Photo Credit: NEW YORK - OCTOBER 02: Actress Cassie Steele, actor Shane Kippel, actor Aubrey Graham and actress Shenae Grimes of the TV show "DeGrassi High" visits MTV's "TRL" at MTV Studios October 2, 2007 in New York City. (Photo by John Ricard/FilmMagic)
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All 'Degrassi,' All The Time: Streaming Service Launches Channel Dedicated To Classic Series

Long before Euphoria took audiences by storm with its raw depiction of teen angst, there was Degrassi. 

The Canadian teen soap drama was the launching pad for If Beale Street Could Talk star Stephan Jamesas well as actor-turned rapper Aubrey “Drake” Graham and Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev. Fans of Degrassi can now relive their childhood and binge-watch the popular teen drama.

It was recently announced that Pluto TV, the streaming service that Viacom bought earlier this year, launched a channel dedicated to all things Degrassi on its ad-supported streaming platform. The channel will showcase Degrassi: The Next Generation and installments of the later Degrassi series.

For fans of Degrassi, the channel is available on Pluto TV in both the U.S. and U.K.

The original series ran from 2001 to 2009.

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