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Unfortunately, for American fans it’s a rarity to have the opportunity to meet cast members here in the U. The cast members of today are usually doing other things outside of the show, so scheduling and of course other factors come into play. A., DC & Minneapolis, Chicago, Jersey), allowing fans to meet the cast and watch a screening of an episode before it aired on TV. During the summer of 2004 (at this point the final 10 episodes of season 3 were airing on The-N), Degrassi began its American mall tour.In 2012, Teen Nick hosted Party With Degrassi in five cities across the U. But long before Party With Degrassi, the old TNG cast did their share of meeting fans in the U. In the spring of 2004 (Season 3 was coming to an end in Canada, while the second half of S3 was scheduled to air in the U. later that summer), The-N hosted season 3 preview screenings in NY, L. The tour was scheduled for 12 different locations over the course of 12 Saturdays, with a different pair of cast members signing autographs at each location.' second season ended with a major "it goes there" moment: with a bus full of Degrassi students involved in a potentially fatal accident.Maya (Olivia Scriven), Grace (Nikki Gould), Zig (Ricardo Hoyos), Tristan (Lyle Lettau), Jonah (Ehren Kassam) and Tiny (Richard Walters) had been en route to watch the Degrassi volleyball game when their school bus flipped over on the side of the road.A critical and popular success, the second season of Degrassi: The Next Generation was the most-watched Canadian drama series for Canada's younger viewers aged two to thirty-four.
The first season was broadcast on the Canadian terrestrial television network CTV, on Sundays at p.m.The series is now considered the first incarnation and premiered on CTV on October 14, 2001 and then ended on MTV Canada and Teen Nick on August 2, 2015.It is the fourth series set in the fictional Degrassi universe created by Schuyler and Kit Hood in 1979.This is the first season to feature high school students from grade nine and the last season to feature middle school students.Filming began 10 June 2002, and continued into November 2002. on CTV, a Canadian terrestrial television network, and premiered with a sixty-minute special, "When Doves Cry", which form the first two episodes of season two.