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'Degrassi: The Next Class' Keeps The Teen Drama Going On U.S. Netflix

01/15/2016 07:59 EST | Updated 01/18/2016 10:59 EST

Class is back in session.

"Degrassi," the teen drama that gave rise to Canadian celebrities like Drake, Nina Dobrev and Shenae Grimes, is back for season 15.

But like moving to a new school, there's a few changes long-time viewers will have to get used to. For starters, the show's something a reboot, ditching "The Next Generation" title for the "Next Class" moniker. But the biggest change might be where you can now watch it.

The first 10 episodes of the season are now on U.S. Netflix for all your binge-watching needs. Canadians feeling left out in the cold can still get their fix via Canada’s Family Channel, according to Entertainment Weekly.

The decision to stream the show on Netflix means the show can tackle tougher topics like female masturbation, sexting and cyber-bullying.

“We have more creative freedom with Netflix,” executive producer Stephen Stohn told Variety. "With Netflix we’re just encouraged to tell the stories we want to tell.

The topics and venue may be different, but for more on the familiar faces back for another semester at Degrassi High, check out the video above.

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