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Degrassi new timeslot to Follow American Idol on Wednesdays, Beginning March 28

Academic pressure, arson, internet gambling and even teen-aged stripping ensue as Degrassi: The Next Generation returns to CTV next week with the second act of the series’ sixth season; new episodes air Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET following ratings juggernaut American Idol beginning March 28 on CTV and on CTV HD East/West (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

Picking up the pieces after the shocking murder of J.T. (Ryan Cooley), the season’s final seven episodes delve deeper into the post-secondary world of the characters from Canada’s most addictive homegrown drama series.

Viewers can catch up on all 12 of this season’s previously aired episodes, along with corresponding exclusive online content, all on demand on The CTV Broadband Network at CTV.ca. Following the television broadcast of each of the seven new episodes, the episode itself as well as a scripted webisode (a.k.a. “Degrassi Mini”) and a behind-the-scenes documentary (a.k.a. “Degrassi: On the Set”) for the episode will be available on demand beginning Thursdays at 9 a.m. ET on The CTV Broadband Network at CTV.ca.

In the Spring season premiere, entitled “Free Fallin’ Part 1” (March 28 on CTV), Paige has a spectacular panic attack during a Banting University midterm exam. The course professor offers her one more chance, which comes in the form of work to be completed over the holiday weekend. With a huge family dinner to cook and everyone dying to know how fantastic university life is, something has got to give for Paige…

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Degrassi new timeslot to Follow American Idol on Wednesdays, Beginning March 28

Academic pressure, arson, internet gambling and even teen-aged stripping ensue as Degrassi: The Next Generation returns to CTV next week with the second act of the series’ sixth season; new episodes air Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET following ratings juggernaut American Idol beginning March 28 on CTV and on CTV HD East/West (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

Picking up the pieces after the shocking murder of J.T. (Ryan Cooley), the season’s final seven episodes delve deeper into the post-secondary world of the characters from Canada’s most addictive homegrown drama series.

Viewers can catch up on all 12 of this season’s previously aired episodes, along with corresponding exclusive online content, all on demand on The CTV Broadband Network at CTV.ca. Following the television broadcast of each of the seven new episodes, the episode itself as well as a scripted webisode (a.k.a. “Degrassi Mini”) and a behind-the-scenes documentary (a.k.a. “Degrassi: On the Set”) for the episode will be available on demand beginning Thursdays at 9 a.m. ET on The CTV Broadband Network at CTV.ca.

In the Spring season premiere, entitled “Free Fallin’ Part 1” (March 28 on CTV), Paige has a spectacular panic attack during a Banting University midterm exam. The course professor offers her one more chance, which comes in the form of work to be completed over the holiday weekend. With a huge family dinner to cook and everyone dying to know how fantastic university life is, something has got to give for Paige…

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Front Page, Industry News

Degrassi new timeslot to Follow American Idol on Wednesdays, Beginning March 28

Academic pressure, arson, internet gambling and even teen-aged stripping ensue as Degrassi: The Next Generation returns to CTV next week with the second act of the series’ sixth season; new episodes air Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET following ratings juggernaut American Idol beginning March 28 on CTV and on CTV HD East/West (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).

Picking up the pieces after the shocking murder of J.T. (Ryan Cooley), the season’s final seven episodes delve deeper into the post-secondary world of the characters from Canada’s most addictive homegrown drama series.

Viewers can catch up on all 12 of this season’s previously aired episodes, along with corresponding exclusive online content, all on demand on The CTV Broadband Network at CTV.ca. Following the television broadcast of each of the seven new episodes, the episode itself as well as a scripted webisode (a.k.a. “Degrassi Mini”) and a behind-the-scenes documentary (a.k.a. “Degrassi: On the Set”) for the episode will be available on demand beginning Thursdays at 9 a.m. ET on The CTV Broadband Network at CTV.ca.

In the Spring season premiere, entitled “Free Fallin’ Part 1” (March 28 on CTV), Paige has a spectacular panic attack during a Banting University midterm exam. The course professor offers her one more chance, which comes in the form of work to be completed over the holiday weekend. With a huge family dinner to cook and everyone dying to know how fantastic university life is, something has got to give for Paige…

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