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Degrassi (Season 14)
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October 28, 2014 - August 2, 2015 (Canada & US)
The 14th season of Degrassi premiered on Tuesday, October 28, 2014, on MTV (Canada) and TeenNick (U.S.). Filming for the season commenced on April 11, 2014 at Epitome Studios in Toronto. Filming continued into August, with a break before filming the final four episodes of the season in order to give Epitome the opportunity to start filming episodes for the first season of their new series, Open Heart, starring former Degrassi stars, Dylan Everett, Justin Kelly, and Cristine Prosperi. Filming for this season completed on October 6, 2014. This season depicts the students' return from spring break and the remaining parts of the 2013-2014 school year and the summer of 2014.
On June 4, 2015 it was announced that Season 14 would be the final season of Degrassi to air on TeenNick and MTV Canada and after a two-week long event, the two-part finale would air on July 31, 2015 following an hour-long special entitled “It Goes There: Degrassi’s Most Talked About Moments,” where cast members, creators, and fans will discuss the series.
Graduates (Class of 2013)
- Munro Chambers as Eli Goldsworthy, a talented writer/director in NYU who struggled with bipolar disorder. He was the father of Clare Edwards' baby, until she miscarried.
Seniors (Class of 2014)
- Sarah Fisher as Becky Baker, a bubbly conservative Christian who is slowly opening up her mind.
- Melinda Shankar as Alli Bhandari, a beautiful, intelligent and determined student overcoming her mistakes.
- Demetrius Joyette as Mike Dallas, the multi-layered alphamale and teen dad repeating Grade 12.
- AJ Saudin as Connor DeLaurier, a gifted student with Asperger's Syndrome and technology skills, learning to be social.
- Aislinn Paul as Clare Edwards, the strong-willed, intellectual, compassionate, and sometimes sneaky Student Body VP who has beat cancer and was pregnant with Eli's baby, until she miscarried.
- Jessica Tyler as Jenna Middleton, a talented musician, and bubbly girl who has turned over a new leaf.
- Cristine Prosperi as Imogen Moreno, an artistic and eccentric outsider, repeating her senior year.
- Luke Bilyk as Drew Torres, the headstrong, popular Student Body President repeating his senior year.
Juniors (Class of 2015)
Sophomores (Class of 2016)
- Richard Walters as Tiny Bell, Zig's wingman who's also in the rubber room.
- Nikki Gould as Grace Cardinal, a spunky and helpful tech savvy with great tracking skills.
- Andre Kim as Winston Chu, a smart and sarcastic wingman who wants to be the big man on campus.
- Eric Osborne as Miles Hollingsworth III, a bisexual billionaire bad-boy with charisma who was expelled from boarding school for arson.
- Olivia Scriven as Maya Matlin, a young cello virtuoso who is trying to move forward in her life after her late boyfriend's suicide.
- Lyle Lettau as Tristan Milligan, a loud-and-proud homosexual teen who is determined to meet his goals.
- Ricardo Hoyos as Zig Novak, a good boy gone bad who was recently homeless and is struggling to turn his life around.
- Ana Golja as Zoë Rivas, a former "West Drive" star with a passion for fashion who uses her looks, charm, and deviousness to get her way while also trying to cope with her recent sexual assault.
Freshmen (Class of 2017)
- Sara Waisglass as Frankie Hollingsworth, Hunter's twin sister who is a sweet and sassy freshman who is Miles' younger sister.
- Spencer MacPherson as Hunter Hollingsworth, Frankie's twin brother who spends his time gaming.
- Amanda Arcuri as Lola Pacini, a boy-crazy cheerleader with colorful hair and a vibrant personality that is hard to miss in the halls of Degrassi. (New)
- Reiya Downs as Shay Powers, a girl who has high standards and is determined to be one of the school's top athletes. (New)
- Stefan Brogren as Archie Simpson, the school's fair and understanding principal and an alumnus of Degrassi.
- Craig Arnold as Luke Baker, a Christian former hockey and basketball player in juvenile detention for sexual assault.
- Liam Green as Damon, a wise and outspoken student with a sense of humour. (Grade 10)
- Nicole Samantha Huff as Gloria Chin, the catty captain of the Newman Dragons. (New) (Grade 10)
- Ehren Kassam as Jonah Haak, a supposedly former troublemaker who is interested in rock music and has seen the light. (New) (Grade 11)
- Devyn Nekoda as Arlene Takahashi, the quintessential nerd who can be found reading comics while wearing elf ears, but is picked on by the cheerleaders. (New) (Grade 9)
- Marvin L. Ishmael as Mr. Bhandari, Alli's strict Muslim father who sets high expectations for his daughter.
- Mishu Vellani as Mrs. Bhandari, Alli's strict Muslim mother who sets high expectations for her daughter.
- Ruth Marshall as Helen Martin, Clare's religious mother who married Jake's father.
- Ramona Milano as Audra Torres, Drew's overprotective mother.
- Edward Jaunz as Omar Torres, Drew's soothed father.
- Shauna MacDonald as Mrs. Novak, Zig's hardworking but poor mother.
- Duane Murray as Reverend Baker, Becky and Luke's father and a conservative Christian pastor.
- Tara Spencer-Nairn as Mrs. Baker, Becky and Luke's conservative Christian mother.
- John Ralston as Miles Hollingsworth II, Miles III's lenient, yet abusive father who is running for Mayor.
- Stephanie Moore as Mrs. Hollingsworth, Miles III, Frankie, and Hunter's mother
- Cindy Sampson as Andrea, Miles II's campaign manager and mistress
- America Olivo as Mrs. Rivas, Zoe's mother.
- Tom Melissis as Dom Perino, the strict history teacher.
- Michael Kinney as Darryl Armstrong, the reasonable math and gym teacher.
- Aisha Alfa as Ms. Grell, the Remedial Room teacher.
- Rachael Crawford as Deirdre Pill, a strict new principal who tends to overextend her boundaries.
- Season 14 was pushed back from October 7th to October 28th.
- Season 14 featured a music video promo which made its debut on September 30th, 2014.
- Stephen Stohn confirmed on November 13th, 2013 that Season 14's brainstorming was underway.
- Connor, Drew, Dallas, Clare, Alli, Jenna, Becky, and Imogen will be graduating this season.
- Auditions were held from Dec. 19, 2013-Jan. 17, 2014.
- The first read through of the season took place on March 27, 2014.
- Luke Bilyk tweeted that the first day of filming was on April 11, 2014.
- This will be the first season to be produced by DHX, who recently bought Epitome; it's also possible that this season will consist of 28 episodes. (Source)
- Season 14 will be the last season to feature students who debuted prior to the The Next Generation tagline being dropped.
- Season 14 will mark the 20 year graduation anniversary of the original DJH characters. (Season 1 featured the 10 year high school reunion, and the current school year is the 10th school year since then).
- Filming ended on October 6, 2014. (Source)
- The season premiere was half an hour long instead of the usual hour long.
- First season to have the season premiere not be a two-parter episode.
- This season is the first to follow the TNG-style of seasons/episodes since Season 11 (LoveGame, What's My Age Again?, and Idioteque), where only one episode contained an A, B, and C plot, instead of being spread over two episodes.
- First season not to feature the school's entrance in the opening credits.
- Shane Kippel (Spinner Mason) guest starred in There's Your Trouble, the fifth episode of the season.
- This season will end with a two-hour four-part long special.
- This season will mark the end of the 2013-14 school year.
- This is the first season since Season 9 to not include 30 episodes.
- This season marks the final appearances of Spinner Mason, Connor DeLaurier, Drew Torres, Mike Dallas, Clare Edwards, Alli Bhandari, Jenna Middleton, Becky Baker, Imogen Moreno, Eli Goldsworthy, and Luke Baker and Jack Jones. (source)
- This is the first season since Season 9 to have a full length movie.
- This is the first season since Season 12 to end with a TV movie.
- This is the final season of Degrassi to air on TeenNick and MTV Canada.
- This is the first season ever in Degrassi history to have a character lose a baby from a miscarriage.
Main article: Episode Guide
|Episode #||Title||Canadian Airdate||U.S. Airdate||Production#||Series#|
|1–12||14A: Life Can Change Forever||October 28, 2014||October 28, 2014||1401–|
|1||Smells Like Teen Spirit||October 28, 2014||October 28, 2014||1401||358|
|2||Wise Up||November 4, 2014||November 4, 2014||1402||359|
|3||If You Could Only See||November 11, 2014||November 11, 2014||1403||360|
|4||Can't Stop This Thing We Started||November 18, 2014||November 18, 2014||1404||361|
|5||There's Your Trouble||November 25, 2014||November 25, 2014||1405||362|
|6||(You Drive Me) Crazy||December 2, 2014||December 2, 2014||1406||363|
|7||I'll Be Missing You||December 9, 2014||December 9, 2014||1407||364|
|8||Hush||December 16, 2014||December 16, 2014||1408||365|
|9||Something's Got to Give||December 23, 2014||December 23, 2014||1409||366|
|10||Hero vs. Villain||December 30, 2014||December 30, 2014||1410||367|
|11||Firestarter (1)||January 6, 2015||January 6, 2015||1411||368|
|12||Firestarter (2)||January 13, 2015||January 13, 2015||1412||369|
|13–24||14B: The Final Chapter||July 20, 2015||July 20, 2015||1413–|
|13||Watch Out Now||July 20, 2015||July 20, 2015||1413||370|
|14||Ready or Not||July 20, 2015||July 20, 2015||1414||371|
|15||Wishlist||July 21, 2015||July 21, 2015||1415||372|
|16||Walking in My Shoes||July 22, 2015||July 22, 2015||1416||373|
|17||Get It Together||July 23, 2015||July 23, 2015||1417||374|
|18||Give Me One Reason||July 24, 2015||July 24, 2015||1418||375|
|19||I Wanna Be Adored||July 27, 2015||July 27, 2015||1419||376|
|20||Teen Age Riot||July 28, 2015||July 28, 2015||1420||377|
|21||The Kids Aren't Alright (1)||July 29, 2015||July 29, 2015||1421||378|
|22||The Kids Aren't Alright (2)||July 30, 2015||July 30, 2015||1422||379|
|23||Finally (1)||July 31, 2015||July 31, 2015||1423||380|
|24||Finally (2)||July 31, 2015||July 31, 2015||1424||381|
|25–28||Don't Look Back||August 2, 2015||August 2, 2015||1425–1428||382–385|
|Episode #||Title||Release Date||Mini #|
|1||Champagne Supernova: Miles||February 3, 2015||92|
|2||Champagne Supernova: Jack||February 3, 2015||93|
|3||Champagne Supernova: Lola||February 10, 2015||94|
|4||Champagne Supernova: The Video||February 17, 2015||95|
|5||Champagne Supernova: Tristan||February 24, 2015||96|
|6||Champagne Supernova: Clare||March 3, 2015||97|
|7||Champagne Supernova: Zoe||March 10, 2015||98|
|8||Champagne Supernova: Maya||March 17, 2015||99|
|9||Champagne Supernova: Zig||March 24, 2015||100|
|10||Champagne Supernova: Winston||March 24, 2015||101|
|11||Degrassi TV: Talking Body Issues||May 5, 2015||102|
|12||Degrassi TV: Party Pressure||May 12, 2015||103|
|13||Degrassi TV: Sexual Identity||May 19, 2015||104|
|14||Degrassi TV: Tech & Social Media Etiquette||May 26, 2015||105|
|15||Degrassi TV: Mean Girls & Female Bullying||June 2, 2015||106|
|16||Degrassi TV: Masculinity in 2015||June 23, 2015||107|
|17||Degrassi TV: Lying||July 7, 2015||108|
|18||Degrassi TV: Hidden Talents||July 14, 2015||109|
Promos & Videos
- 7/29 TeenNick 14A Promo
- 8/24 MTV Canada 14A Promo
- 9/30 TeenNick 14A Music Video Promo
- 10/7 Degrassi 14A Life Can Change Forever: Tristan, Miles, Maya, Imogen and Jack
- 10/10 Degrassi 14A Life Can Change Forever: Drew & Becky
- 10/15 Degrassi 14A: Relatable
- 10/17 Degrassi 14A Life Can Change Forever: Zoë, Frankie and Winston
- 10/21 Degrassi 14A: This Season
- Degrassi 14A: Clare, Drew, & Eli: Life Can Change Forever
- Degrassi 14A: Degrassi Is Just Like Real Life
- 1/13 TeenNick 14B Promo
- 4/12 MTV Canada 14B Promo
- 5/25 Summer of You
- 6/9 Degrassi 14B: The Countdown To Graduation
- Clare's Journey
- Alli's Journey
- Drew's Journey
- Degrassi 14 seasons I Lived
Season 14 Gallery
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