TV Review: iCARLY – Season 4 – “iLost My Mind”

Nathan Kress, Jim Parsons and Miranda Cosgrove in iCARLY - Season 5 - "iLost My Mind" | ©2011 Nickelodeon

Stars: Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress, Jerry Trainor, Noah Munck Writers: Dan Schneider, Matt Fleckenstein Director: Steve Hoefer Network: Nickelodeon Original Telecast: August 13, 2011 You have to hand it to iCARLY for continuing to be the strangest and most satisfying series on Tween television. As it enters the second half of its fourth season on Nickelodeon, it continues to push and prod the humorous boundaries with its likable characters, silly situations and broad physical comedy. The new episode pays off the Season 4 cliffhanger where Sam (Jennette McCurdy) realized she had feelings for her object of hate Freddie […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the iCARLY WITH VICTORIOUS Screening

Miranda Cosgrove and Victoria Justice at the Nickelodeon iPARTY WITH VICTORIOUS | ©2011 Sue Schneider

Nickelodeon held an exclusive screening of the TV Event of the summer – iCARLY WITH VICTORIOUS recently at The Lot in West Hollywood. Combining two of Nickelodeon’s most popular shows into a 90-minute special was a genius move of Nickelodeon and Dan Schneider, the creator of both shows. Walking the “orange” carpet were the stars of the shows, which included: From iCARLY – Miranda Cosgrove, Noah Munck, Nathan Kress, Jennette McCurdy and Ethan Munck; From VICTORIOUS: Victoria Justice, Avan Jogia, Matt Bennett, Ariana Grande, Daniella Monet, Leon Thomas, Michael Reid, Cameron Stewart, and Dan Schneider. Joining them were guests, which […]Read On »

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TV Movie Review: iCARLY – Season 4 – “iParty with Victorious”

Miranda Cosgrove and Victoria Justice in iCARLY - Season 4 - "iParty with Victorious" | ©2010 Viacom/Lisa Rose

Cast: Miranda Coscrove, Nathan Kress, Jennette McCurdy, Jerry Trainor, Noah Munck Writer: Dan Schneider Director: Steve Hoefer Network: Nickelodeon Original Telecast: June 11, 2011 The sporadic scheduling of iCARLY on Nickelodeon has certainly become somewhat frustrating over the last year. With only one new episode, on average, every month and a half or so, it’s very strange how extreme the network rations this show. Granted, the repeats do wonders for them, but when you have a show in its fourth season and only ten of what will probably be an 18-episode season (if you base it on the number of […]Read On »

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