ICarly

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iCarly
ICarly logo.svg
GenreSituation comedy
Created byDan Schneider
StarringMiranda Cosgrove
Jennette McCurdy
Nathan Kress
Jerry Trainor
Noah Munck (season 4-present, regular; seasons 1-3, recurring)
Theme music composerMichael Corcoran
Opening theme"Leave It All to Me", sung by Miranda Cosgrove and Drake Bell
Country of originUnited States
Philippines
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Dan Schneider
Producer(s)Robin Weiner
(supervising producer)
Joe Catania
Bruce Rand Berman
(season 2-present)
Production location(s)Seattle, Washington (setting)
Nickelodeon On Sunset, Hollywood, California (taping location)
Camera setupVideotape (filmized); Multi-camera
Running time30 min.
Production company(s)Schneider's Bakery
Nickelodeon Productions
DistributorNickelodeon
Release
Original networkNickelodeon
Picture formatHD: 1080i/720p
SD: 480i/576i
Audio formatStereo
Other websites
Website

iCarly is an American teen sitcom with Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress , Jerry Trainor and Noah Munck. A revivial was created on June 17, 2021.[1] Jennette McCurdy is not in the revival.[2]

Plot[change | change source]

The show is about a teenager, Carly Shay (M. Cosgrove), who lives with her brother Spencer (J. Trainor). Her friends Samantha 'Sam' Puckett (J. McCurdy) and her neighbor Fredward 'Freddie' Benson (N. Kress) play a large part in her life too. Being teenagers, Carly, Sam, and Freddie find they've also become online celebrities with their show, that shows contests, recipes, problem-solving, and random dancing.

Characters[change | change source]

Main Characters[change | change source]

The main characters of ICarly in 2012
  • Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) is a 13-year-old student and she has an own webshow called: "iCarly". She lives with her older brother Spencer in an Apartment in Seattle. Her best friends are Sam and Freddie. Her father works at the US Navy and she doesn't see him very much. She performs well at school.
  • Samantha "Sam" Puckett (Jennette McCurdy) is Carly's best friend and the female partner of the web show. She is rebellious and often mocks Freddie. She must frequently get detention at Mrs. Briggs. She loves to eat, and her favorite foods are ham, butter cake and hendl.
  • Fredward "Freddie" Benson (Nathan Kress) is the best friend of Carly and Sam. He is the technical producer of iCarly. He lives with his mother Marissa Benson in an Apartment next to Carly and Spencer's Apartment. He loves the technology and he is a member of the technology club at the school. He's loved Carly, since the 4th grade. He once saved Carly's life and he had a relationship with her. He also had a relationship with Sam, it changed his life.
  • Spencer Shay (Jerry Trainor) is a 26-year old adult and the brother of Carly. He is single and loves the socks of Socko. He was a law student for 3 days. He interrupted his studies, because he would want an artist. As an artist, he builds different sculptures. In the episode "iRue the Day" he saved the singer of the Plain White Ts' life. Also, he has two world records. He loves to make spaghetti tacos.
  • Orenthal "Gibby" Cornelius Gibson (Noah Munck) is a boy, who goes to school with Carly. He has a girlfriend named Tasha. He pulls his shirt off in front of other people, but after season 4 he doesn't take off his shirt. Also, he has a little brother with the nickname Guppy.

Supporting roles[change | change source]

  • Marissa Benson is Freddie's overprotective mother. She is sensitive and has often worry, that something might happen to him. She observes always her neighbor Spencer, because she has worry for his sister.
  • Lewbert is the bad doorman of Carly's and Freddie's Bushwell Plaza apartment home. He has a big wart on his left cheek. He shouts at people, who enter his lobby. Also, he is in love with Marissa. Lewbert fought with Fredrick "Freddie/Fredward" Benson (Carly's boyfriend) on the episode April Fools' Day.
  • T-Bo is a seller by "Groovy Smoothie". He tries to sell his bagels, muffins, pickled gherkins etc. on his stick. You see him in season 2 and 3 and in the 4th season he is particularly to be seen.
  • Ms. Briggs and Mr. Howard are teachers in Carly's School. Carly and her friends do jokes about them. Ms. Briggs plays bagpipes. Mr. Howard hates children.
  • Guppy is Gibby's younger brother. He looks just like Gibby.
  • Nevel Amadeus Papperman is a web-critic. He has a website called nevelocity.com. About millions of people surf on his site. He makes plans for revenge about Carly, because he wanted to kiss Carly, but she didn't want it.
  • Chuck Chambers is a boy, who lives in Carly's apartment. He hates Spencer, because he had forbidden to him to play ball in the apartmenthouse. He has an older sister named Gia and younger brother named chip who individually appear in the show and he gets tutoring at Carly.
  • Principal Ted Franklin is the principal at the Ridgeway Secondary School, the school where Carly, Sam and Freddie attend. He is a big fan of iCarly.
  • Jeremy is a sick boy at Carly's school. He was seen in season 1.
  • Socko is the best friend of Spencer. You don't see him in any episodes.

Guest Cast[change | change source]

Episode List[change | change source]

Crossovers[change | change source]

Gibby[change | change source]

A crossover of iCarly was announced that a new show called called Gibby was being worked on. The Pilot was worked on but never aired officially. Gibby does not make an appearance in the revival as well.[3]

Sam & Cat[change | change source]

On August 29th, 2010 had Dan Schneider, the author of the TV-series iCarly and Victorious about Facebook and Twitter to confirmed, that the script was completed for the crossover. It was to aired on June 11th, 2011 in the USA. On October 1st, 2011 it was to seen in Germany.

References[change | change source]

  1. Lee, Helen A. (2021-07-20). "What To Remember From iCarly While Watching The Reboot". Looper.com. Retrieved 2021-08-20.
  2. Bonner, Mehera (2021-06-17). "Okay, So Here's What Happened to Sam in the 'iCarly' Reboot". Cosmopolitan. Retrieved 2021-08-20.
  3. Singh, Prerna (2021-06-18). "Why is Gibby Not in iCarly Reboot? What Happened to Noah Munck?". The Cinemaholic. Retrieved 2021-08-20.