However, despite turning over a new leaf, Alli still manages to make the same mistakes from time to time, although she has become consistent with being the best student she can possibly be.

She dates Dave, but Dave gets upset when he finds out she is counting cards in an illegal gambling game.

The new episodes usher in four new characters: Maya (Olivia Scriven); Tori (Alex Steele); Tristan (Lyle O’Donohoe) and Zig (Ricardo Hoyos).

The cast will already be celebrating in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Minneapolis with screening events, and you get to choose the 5th city! “Underneath It All, Part 1″ premieres Monday, February 20th @ 9PM ET/PT on Teen Nick.

Clare tests Jake to determine if they’re “emotionally ready” for sex.

Meanwhile, a new group of freshmen get their first taste of Degrassi drama as school president Katie’s (Chloe Rose) little sister, meets a cute boy on the first day of school.

To deal with her problems, she began dabbling in cocaine which had a negative effect on her relationship and potential career plans.

She graduates from Degrassi and enlists in the Canadian Air Force. She was popular and at the top of her classes until she took ecstasy and damaged her relationship with Jimmy and most of her friends.

During summer break, Adam was involved in a car accident after texting Becky while driving and later passes away during surgery, leaving all of his loved ones in mourning.

When Torres was killed off from the series in 2013, controversy ensued, When Degrassi introduced its large and loyal audience to Adam Torres, an authentic, multi-dimensional transgender character, the show not only made television history, but set a new standard industry standard for LGBT inclusion.

Her mother was diagnosed with cancer; she tries to date her mother's doctor, but her feelings are unrequited after he learns she is only 17.