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Posted Saturday 7/21/18 at 9:16PM EDT
Kevin Smith: I turned down Drake's Degrassi reunion music video, thinking it was a scam
The filmmaker, who appeared in five episodes of the teen series in 2005, says his team was approached about the "I'm Upset" music video. But he thought it was a scam.
Posted Tuesday 7/10/18 at 11:58PM EDT
This Is Us stars spent their first day back on Season 3 partaking in Drake's "In My Feelings" Challenge
Susan Kelechi Watson and Sterling K. Brown "absolutely slayed" the "In My Feelings" challenge, tweeting their dance moves to the song from Drake's new album Scorpion on their first day back on set.
Posted Friday 7/06/18 at 3:07PM EDT
Big Brother contestant uttered N-word while reciting Drake lyrics
“Oops!” housemate Kaitlyn Herman said on last night's live feed after realizing the error of directly quoting from Drake's song “0 to 100.” Her snafu comes days after CBS had to address incidences of racist comments and sexual harassment in the early days of Season 20.
Posted Thursday 6/14/18 at 10:21PM EDT
Degrassi: The Next Generation alums recall filming Drake's new music video earlier this week
The majority of the original cast gathered Sunday at 6 p.m. for the "I'm Upset" music video shoot that didn't end until around 5 a.m. the next morning, reports Buzzfeed. “For a lot of us, we didn’t get a real high school reunion, so this was maybe the closest thing,” says Jake Epstein. “There was a lot of laughing, swapping stories, and catching up. It immediately felt fun.” Adds Jake Goldsbie: “I definitely had some moments of being on set and looking around and being like, ‘Where am I?’ It was insane. It was crazy being on the set with Aubrey, but he’s also Drake.”
Posted Thursday 6/14/18 at 4:24PM EDT
Drake explains why one Degrassi alum wasn't in his "I'm Upset" music video: "he thought it was a scam"
Daniel Clark, who played Sean on Degrassi: The Next Generation, has expressed frustration that he wasn't included in the reunion music video. But another cast member is also missing: Ryan Cooley, who played J.T. When asked about J.T. on Instagram, Drake responded: "he thought it was a scam." No word yet on why the video didn't include Clark. But another cast member missing from the video, Mike Lobel, says his old pal Drake just forgot. ALSO: All the Degrassi alums are "smoking hot now."
Posted Thursday 6/14/18 at 1:46PM EDT
Degrassi: The Next Generation alum is upset he was left out of Drake's reunion music video
“No one ever reached out to me about this,” Daniel Clark, who played Sean Cameron on the high school series, tells Page Six after finding out about Drake's "I'm Upset" video online this morning. “I have no idea even when it was filmed. I woke up this morning and watched the music video and was like, ‘What the hell is going on?'” ALSO: DeGrassi alums share behind-the-scenes pics from the music video reunion.
Posted Thursday 6/14/18 at 4:48AM EDT
Drake staged a Degrassi: The Next Generation reunion for his new music video
The rapper returned to his old stomping grounds for his new “Im Upset” video.
Posted Wednesday 4/18/18 at 6:54AM EDT
Drake reacts to the Atlanta episode devoted to him: "this sh*t is surreal"
The rapper posted a clip of the beginning of last week's episode on his Instagram stories, with the caption: "this sh*t is surreal I am too high for this."
Posted Friday 2/23/18 at 1:46PM EST
Jimmy Kimmel Live! spoofs Drake's "God's Plan" in a 99 Cent Store
Watch Jimmy Kimmel's sidekick Guillermo's low budget version of Drake's music video.
Posted Wednesday 11/08/17 at 2:45PM EST
Drake is reviving British crime drama Top Boy as a Netflix original series
The rapper-turned-producer is such a fan of the two-season drama, which aired on Channel 4, that he’s reviving it with the help of Netflix and LeBron James’ production company. ALSO: Drake talks about whether he’ll return to acting and tells why Netflix’s Ozark is his favorite show.
Posted Thursday 10/05/17 at 9:47PM EDT
TV writers explain the importance of gun violence episodes
In wake of the Las Vegas tragedy, here’s how television has tackled gun violence over the years, from All in the Family to Drake getting shot on Degrassi.
Posted Monday 8/28/17 at 12:43PM EDT
The VMAs lost its relevance as this year's show was defined by who wasn't there
“The superstar A-list has finally, definitively abandoned the MTV Video Music Awards,” says Rob Harvilla, noting the absence of big names like Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Drake and Rihanna. “The supply,” he adds, “of brand-name artists who need the VMAs at all is dwindling every day.” As a result, he says, “the 2017 VMAs scrambled to fill that fearsome power vacuum, clinging to its few genuine A-listers for dear life… And presiding over it all was poor, poor, poor Katy Perry, flexing those cringe-comedy muscles as she fired off wan gags about fidget spinners, The Handmaid’s Tale, Frye Festival, Hillary Clinton, and the plain fact that half this show’s target audience was watching Game of Thrones instead.” PLUS: VMAs downplaying of hip-hop is why it’s become irrelevant, VMAs benefited from being politically muted, why was the ceremony so sleepy?, transgender service members attended the VMAs, Katy Perry was mocked for her terrible monologue, “Moonman” renamed “Moon Person,” one of the most anti-Trump moments occurred during the commercial break, Adam Levine slammed “utterly horrible” VMAs on Twitter, and MTV used Heather Heyer’s mom to communicate its heart and soul.