Paramount+ Cancels iCarly Reboot After Three Seasons

The iCarly reboot has come to an end as Paramount has confirmed its cancellation after three seasons.

A representative for the streaming service shared with EW that the beloved series will not be returning for a fourth season. However, they expressed gratitude towards the entire cast, writers, directors, producers, and crew for their unwavering dedication, creativity, and talent throughout the show’s run.

The original iCarly series, which aired on Nickelodeon from 2007 to 2012, featured Miranda Cosgrove as the main character, an early internet influencer named Carly. Jennette McCurdy portrayed her best friend Sam, Nathan Kress played Freddie, Carly’s friend and love interest, while Jerry Trainer portrayed Carly’s older brother Spencer.

For the Paramount reboot in 2021, all of the principal actors returned, except for McCurdy, who recently explained her retirement from acting in her memoir, I’m Glad My Mom Died. This iteration delved deeper into the romantic storyline between Carly and Freddie, providing fans with what they had long been waiting for.

Laci Mosley, who joined the reboot cast as Carlys’s roommate Harper, took to Twitter to express her appreciation for the experience, stating, “The best people I’ve ever worked with in the business.” She also thanked everyone who tuned in to watch the reboot, acknowledging their support.

Joanne Wells

Joanne Wells is a media journalist for ScreenNearYou. She reports on the inside conversations in Hollywood. Also, she loves pizza!

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