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iCarly Then and Now What Has the Cast Has Been Up To? (PHOTOS)

  Back in 2007, when teens were still making YouTube videos instead of Snapchat stories,  iCarly  hit Nickelodeon and Carly documented her life with her friends and her older brother on their own web show. The show lasted seven seasons and made stars out of its cast — Miranda Cosgrove (Carly), Jennette McCurdy (Sam), Nathan Kress (Freddie), Jerry Trainor (Spencer), and Noah Munck (Gibby). ...Read More... //

Nathan Kress to Finally Settle iCarly Love Triangle on Nick's Game Shakers

Its been four years since iCarly ended its successful run on Nickelodeon, but inquiring minds still want to know: Which girl did Freddie really like more, Carly or Sam? In fact, TVLine can exclusively reveal that this very question is the basis for an upcoming episode of Nicks Game Shakers which returns for Season [] //

Miranda Cosgrove Wants an iCarly Reunion to Answer a Major Question (VIDEO)

Brace yourselves, iCarly fans: Miranda Cosgrove is totally down for a reunion.   Read More... //

iCarlys Nathan Kress Shares Adorable Wedding Video With the World

Freddie Benson's wedding was way too cute...   Read More... //

Nickelodeon Orders iCarly and Victorious Spin-Off Pilots

It's the beginning of the end for iCarly , but fans might not have to say goodbye to the entire cast come November. Nickelodeon has ordered two spin-off pilots from the show — one for Sam ( Jennette McCurdy ) and one for Gibby Gibson ( Noah Munck ), Entertainment Weekly reports. //

‘iCarly’ Star Miranda Cosgrove: Off To College!

After five years and six seasons, "iCarly" is finally coming to an end. The Nickelodeon series has finished shooting its very last episode. Miranda Cosgrove, the 19 year-old star of the show, has... //

iCarly Lands Emma Stone

Emma Stone will make a cameo on iCarly , the screamingest television series in recorded history. The show is pretty much one giant "News for the Hard of Hearing" segment. According to EW , Stone will play a "high-energy über-fan" of iCarly 's show-within-the-show, which means Michelle Obama now has competition now for "best iCarly guest star." //

iCarly Is Coming to an End, Cast to Film Together for Final Time in June

After five seasons, Nickelodeon's hit series iCarly will be coming to an end, has learned exclusively. In June, the cast will come together for the last time to film a special iCarly television event that will air in November. "Everyone at iCarly has been like family to me for five years," creator and executive producer Dan Schneider told "When we film our very last scene, there will be a lot of crying, I know.  But I also know that in television, you don't want to over-stay your welcome.  I want to go out the way we are — on a creative high-note. " //

'iCarly' and 'The Middle' keep the'Drake & Josh' tween TV show fire burning

"iCarly" (2007- ): The first situation comedy to use the Web and interact with viewers, features a Web show within it and has allowed the kids to grow up, but not too much. Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) has a genuine sweetness; her best friends, bad girl Sam and nerdy Freddie (Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress), put on the Web series with her. Carly's older brother, Spencer (Jerry Trainor), is her wacky guardian, as their parents are in the military."The Middle" (2009- ): If you're looking for a comedy to watch with your kids, this is it. Patricia Heaton is fearless as Frankie, who takes two-second "showers" in the kitchen sink to rinse her underarms and colors her gray roots with marker. Neil Flynn is her perfect match as her loving husband, Mike. Axl (Charlie McDermott), the son who seems to only eat, sleep and grunt, is solid. But the two younger kids get the funniest situations. Eden... //

'iCarly': Jennette McCurdy and Noah Munck pay homage to 'Goodfellas'

"iCarly" is not a show for grownups, but the show's writers have had more than a little fun over the years inserting references to adult material for the parents who watch with their kids.We still occasionally watch the show's shout-out to "The Wire," and in Saturday's (April 21) episode, "iOpen a Restaurant," the show did a pretty pitch-perfect riff on Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas." Minus, of course, the F-bombs and blood.The setup: Gibby (Noah Munck) has opened a secret restaurant in the school's basement with Sam (Jennette McCurdy) as his right-hand woman. When a school bully named Billy Boots (Chase Austin) gets out of juvie, he pays a visit -- and kicks off a re-creation of the Billy Batts scene from "Goodfellas."You can watch it play out in the video at the top of the post. The Billy Boots scene starts about a minute in and picks back up at the 6:09 mark. For reference, the... //