What is iCarly (TV) About?
iCarly is an American television sitcom that revisits the popular characters of the eponymous 2007 Nickelodeon series, adapting to the modern age. Set approximately a decade after the events of the original show, the series focuses on the protagonist Carly Shay, her brother Spencer, and friend Freddie Benson as they confront the intricacies of adulthood, ambitions, relationships, and the digital age. Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor, and Nathan Kress reprise their roles in a narrative that combines the lighthearted spirit of the original with more mature themes relevant to their now twenty-something characters. The show's blend of comedy, nostalgia, and updated storylines endeavors to appeal to the fans who have grown along with the characters and to a new generation of viewers. The characters navigate the ups and downs of their personal and professional lives, often utilizing the trademark humor that defined the original series, while also introducing new characters that assimilate into the iCarly universe. The series, premiering on Paramount+, received recognition for its modern take on the characters and its ability to maintain the charm and wit that made the original series a staple of 2000s children's television.
The first episode of iCarly aired on June 17, 2021 and the most recent episode to air was on July 27, 2023.