‘Degrassi’ finds a new home on Netflix

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Degrassi finds a new home on Netflix
Netflix is rescuing yet another TV show, teaming with Canada’s Family Channel on 20 episodes of Degrassi: Next Class, which will debut in 2016. The new Degrassi will tell the stories of “the new post-millennial teen cohort known as Generation Z, most of whom weren’t even born when Degrassi returned in 2001,” says Degrassi co-creator and executive producer Linda Schuyler in a statement to EW. The Netflix pickup comes on the heels of last week’s announcement that the TeenNick series would end after 14 years.

American Crime will focus on class warfare and sexual identity in Season 2
The racial focus of Season 1 will be largely missing next season, says creator John Ridley. Season 2 will also move from Northern California to the Midwest, with much of the action set to take place at an elite prep school.

Smash cast reunites to stage a Broadway performance
Last night, the cast of the canceled NBC series reunited to stage a one-night-only performance of Bombshell as part of a fundraiser.

Ellie Kemper, Nick Offerman and Thomas Middleditch engage in a Late Late Show fake-smoking competition
All three also played Reggie Watts’ game of Nuzzle Waaa.

Jimmy Fallon had Larry David and Jason Alexander together on his couch
The former Seinfeld star is set to take over Fish in the Dark from the Seinfeld co-creator.