A quick look at CTV’s schedule shows that Degrassi is not scheduled to air that week.
Instead, CTV is airing Human Target in Degrassi’s old Sunday at 7 timeslot.
Despite changes in culture and technology over the past 35 years, this little Canadian teen drama has continued to touch the hearts of thousands of kids (and adults! In the words of Executive Producer Linda Schuyler: Degrassi stars Cassie Steele and Annie Clark were both at the Juno Awards last night in Ottawa.
They were there to present the Dance Recording of the Year award along with Francois Arnaud from The Borgias.
Much will also be airing the Degrassi Takes Manhattan TV movie and they promise “tons of original online content.” Read all the info at Much Music’s official blog.
Skins is returning this week, Lost is returning next, but the question we all want to know is when will Degrassi be back???
So it definitely looks like Degrassi will be airing exclusively on Much Music from now on.
This is not only for season 10, but for the last unaired episodes of season 9 as well.
Of course, the question still was whether or not CTV would premiere the episode on Sunday May 9th, the way that they have in the past.
According to Cable TV Talk, new episodes of Degrassi will be resuming in Canada next month.
Episode 915 (“Why Can’t This Be Love”) is scheduled to air Monday, May 10th at 9pm on Much Music.
Executive Producers: Linda Schuyler and Stephen Stohn and Brendon Yorke. And what’s summer without a little romance – or a wedding…
Directors: Phil Earnshaw, Eleanore Lindo, Sturla Gunnarsson, Samir Rehem, Pat Williams, Mario Azzopardi, Stefan Brogren. Best friends Jane and Holly J head to New York City, with big hopes and even bigger dreams.