Class set to resume at 'Degrassi' with new one-hour drama produced for HBO Max

TORONTO -- Beloved Canadian teen drama "Degrassi" will be back in session next year as a new hour-long TV series.

U.S. streaming platform HBO Max says it's greenlit a fresh take on the Toronto-set high school saga that's slated to debut in spring 2023.

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