|Degrassi Reunited (season 3)|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Original release||March 2025 – June 2025|
The third season of Degrassi: Life After College commenced airing in Canada on 2025 and concluded on 2025, and contains 13 episodes. It focuses on the life of the classical characters of Degrassi: The Other Generation after graduating from college.
Midseason, ETV announced in a special press conference that Degrassi Reunited was renewed for a fourth season. However, the next season would be much different from previous as the series would turn into a soap opera, with ETV ordering a total of 48 episodes for a span of twelve months making the show run from January to December 2028.
The following 2 characters received star billing:
- Sasha Pieterse as Sonja Hernandez-Wilson
- Zara Larsson as April Hernandez-Wilson
- Nicki Henderson
Recurring characters Edit
Many characters from the classical Degrassi: The Other Generation reprises their roles as recurring characters.
- as Javier Bell
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Critical reception Edit
ETV response to Sonja-April backlash Edit
On January 10, 2026, ETV finally released a promo trailer on the second season of Degrassi Reunited, stating that, "Due to the negativity regarding the "Aprila" relationship in the First Season, we decided that it would be best that the two would be Special Guest Stars in the upcoming season. It is obvious that Degrassi has had many characters throughout its course, and as a result it would not be fair if we only focused on them so this decision shall bring back much more characters than last season. Of course, they will return to the main cast if there were to be a third season, but for now, we shall see." Only one episode focused on the two characters as a main plot, divorcing the two due to not "feeling it" as a result of their marriage; Sonja went on to appear in the finale.
|The Complete Second Season|
|Archive details||Special features|
|August 15, 2026|
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