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  • TV-PG
  • 2001
  • 5 Seasons
  • 6.7  (531)

Edgemont was a Canadian television drama series created by Ian Weir and produced by CBC. The show ran for five seasons, from 2000 to 2005, and followed the lives of a group of teenagers and their families living in the suburban town of Edgemont. Set in the fictional town of Edgemont, the show focused on the lives of four high school students: Mark (Dominic Zamprogna), Laurel (Kristin Kreuk), Jennifer (Sarah Lind), and Chris (Micah Gardener). Each episode explored their struggles with adolescence, family relationships, and the challenges of navigating their way through high school.

The show's cast portrayed a diverse group of characters, with each episode delving into their personal lives and experiences. Grace Park played Shannon, the popular and confident cheerleader who always seemed to have it all together. Vanessa King played Ashley, a troubled and rebellious teenager who struggled with addiction and family issues.

Throughout the series, the characters tackled a range of topics including love, friendship, bullying, drug addiction, teen pregnancy, and abuse. The show received praise for its realistic portrayal of teenage life and its exploration of complex issues faced by young people.

One of the standout storylines of the series was the romance between Mark and Laurel. Their relationship was not without its challenges, with the two characters having to navigate their own personal issues and the opinions of their friends and families. Kristin Kreuk's portrayal of Laurel was particularly captivating, as she dealt with issues such as her parents' divorce and her own struggles with self-confidence.

Another notable aspect of the show was its exploration of family dynamics. Mark's relationship with his father was a recurring storyline throughout the series, as was Jennifer's strained relationship with her mother. These relationships were portrayed in a realistic and nuanced way, giving the show an added layer of depth.

Despite its serious themes, Edgemont also had moments of humor and levity. The show tackled issues in a way that felt realistic but not overly heavy-handed, balancing the realities of adolescence with moments of hope and optimism.

Overall, Edgemont was a well-written and well-acted series that explored the complexities of teenage life in a suburban town. The show's diverse cast of characters and thoughtful exploration of social issues made it a standout among other teen dramas of its era.

Edgemont is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (70 episodes). The series first aired on January 4, 2001.

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The Morning After the Night Pt 2
13. The Morning After the Night Pt 2
July 21, 2005
Laurel and Mark bask in the afterglow of their first night together, but old problems creep up. Gil's Cancun grad stunt plans become a little richer.
The Morning After the Night Pt 1
12. The Morning After the Night Pt 1
July 14, 2005
Laurel & Mark bask in the afterglow of their first night together, but old problems attempt to creep up on them; Gil's Cancun grad stunt plans become a little richer; Jen learns some hard truths from Eddie's girlfriend; Derek pitches an investment deal to Anika; when faced with more trouble with Wayne's parents, Travis takes off. Everyone assumes the worst, when Gil vows revenge against Anika, and the grad money goes missing; Laurel & Mark make plans for their future; Jen & Chris are driven further apart when she reveals she was more than just friends with Eddie; Stevie returns to patch things up with Shannon; A.J. teaches Wayne how to live a little; Travis gets into some big trouble and Mark attempts to help him.
Moving Day
11. Moving Day
July 7, 2005
Jen contemplates leaving with Eddie; Shannon attempts to patch things up with Stevie, after outing her to her parents; Gil continues planning his grad stunt; Chris & Mark help Laurel move with disastrous results; Wayne finds his soulmate.
Lines in the Sand
10. Lines in the Sand
June 30, 2005
Laurel begins looking for a place of her own, when Maggie & Mark make it clear their apartment is too crowded; Shannon's up in arms when the principal won't let her talk about her being a lesbian on Tracey's radio show, but her actions may cause her to lose Stevie; Anika learns more about Derek; Derek disapproves of Jen's friendship with Eddie, as Eddie prepares to move on.
Come on Home to My Place
9. Come on Home to My Place
June 23, 2005
Jen's brother Derek, returns to town and manages to play knight in shining armour and rescue Anika; Laurel & Mark clash at their apartment after their unofficial breakup; Shannen and Stevie make plans now that they're a couple; Mark attempts to tutor Travis when he learns he's failing math, but once again Becca interferes.
That Old Black Magic
8. That Old Black Magic
June 16, 2005
Filming begins on Gil's movie with distrastrous results - Becca continues to fawn all over Mark, jeopardizing her relationship with Travis, and Gil & Erin get into a fight when she takes a love scene with Mark too far. Meanwhile, Shannen finds it difficult to continue being friends with Stevie, when she rebuffs her romantic intentions.
Can't Buy Me Love
7. Can't Buy Me Love
June 9, 2005
When Laurel's modeling money comes through, she's inundated with people and their ideas for her money ... including Mark; Gil desperately tries to fire Erin from his movie; Shannen misunderstands when her friend Stevie asks her to a dance; and Chris & Jen attempt to deal with post-breakup issues.
6. Aptitudes
June 2, 2005
Tyler & Anika play an extortion-filled version of cat and mouse, that leaves Craig the victim. Meanwhile aptitude test results affect many, including Mark who's aptitude for art leads him into taking the starring role in Gil's play; and Chris & Jen face an ultimatum.
Never Play Poker
5. Never Play Poker
May 26, 2005
Mark hosts a poker game for all the guys with high stakes results. Meanwhile, Jen continues to drive Chris further away and keeps her budding musical interests apart from him; Craig attempts to deal with Anika and the damage she caused to Tyler's car.
Get a Job
4. Get a Job
May 19, 2005
Mark considers a job offer that would cause him to quit school. Meanwhile, Anika & Craig compete for a job at the warehouse, things continue to go downhill for Chris & Jen, and Gil & Kevin attempt to avoid their girlfriends' wrath.
Coffee, Tea or Me?
3. Coffee, Tea or Me?
May 12, 2005
Laurel starts working at the coffee shop with Maggie, but with disastrous results. Meanwhile, Jen finds out she isn't able to carry a child to term, and the news drives her further away from Chris, Gil & Erin make up when she learns his play is being turned into a film and Kevin has issues with how Tracy sees him.
Things Change
2. Things Change
May 5, 2005
Jen's new musicial interest & friends come between her and Chris. Meanwhile, Gil tries desperately to make up with Erin, Mark has his hands full with his brother Travis & with Laurel's return.
Ain't Nobody's Fault but Mine
1. Ain't Nobody's Fault but Mine
April 28, 2005
While Laurel is away in Japan, Mark rents her room in Maggie's apartment. Meanwhile, Jen and Chris attempt to continue their relationship when their pregnancy takes an unexpected turn and Gil is in hot water when Erin catches him with another girl.
Where to Watch Edgemont
Edgemont is available for streaming on the CBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Edgemont on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 4, 2001
  • IMDB Rating
    6.7  (531)