iCarly Revival Cancelled After 3 Seasons on Paramount+ – REACTION

iCarly Revival Cancelled After 3 Seasons on Paramount+

Paramount+ has cancelled its iCarly reboot after three seasons.

The news comes after Laci Mosley, who starred in the update of the beloved Nickelodeon series, posted, “It’s canceled babes,” on X (formerly Twitter) in response to a fan wondering about the show’s future.

iCarly will not be returning for a fourth season on Paramount+,” a spokesperson for the streamer said in a statement. “The series had a great three-season run and delivered on what fans really wanted to see with Carly and Freddie finally getting together. We want to thank the entire cast, the writers, directors and producers along with the whole crew for their dedication, creativity and talent.”

Mosley added, “Not a joke. The best people I’ve ever worked with in the business. Thank you for tuning in to the reboot. Everyone put their deeply kind talented souls into this.”

Paramount+ debuted the iCarly sequel in 2021, following the now grown-up Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) and her friends as they deal with work, relationships and families as young adults. Along with Cosgrove, Nathan Kress (Freddie) and Jerry Trainor (Spencer) reprised their roles from the 2007-12 Nick series, with Mosley and Jaidyn Triplett also in the regular cast.

As is the case with most streaming series, viewing data for iCarly isn’t publicly available. The show’s 10-episode third season finished its run in late July.

Ali Schouten-Seeks served as showrunner on the series and executive produced with Phill Lewis and Cosgrove. Trainor, Kress and Alissa Vradenburg were producers.

iCarly Star Laments Revival’s Untimely Cancellation: ‘No One Wanted This to End on a Cliffhanger

    Shortly after news broke that Paramount+ had canceled iCarly after three seasons, series star Nathan Kress (aka one half of #Creddie) took to social media to mourn the revival’s short-lived run.

    “Obviously this stings a bit,” Kress wrote Wednesday on X (fka Twitter). “We had a lot of story to tell, and we were excited to give you guys the ending you deserved. No one wanted to end on a cliffhanger.”

    Sadly, a cliffhanger is exactly what longtime fans of the Nickelodeon-turned-Paramount+ franchise are now left with.

    The comedy’s third season finale, which now serves as its de facto series finale, ended with a pair of jaw-dropping twists: not only did Carly (played by Miranda Cosgrove) and Freddie (Kress) decide to get married, but their nuptials were interrupted by Carly’s estranged mother!

    To his credit, Kress was able to sprinkle a dash of hope onto this turd sandwich, writing, “Maybe somehow, someday, we’ll find out how [this] story ends.”

    Overall, Kress is maintaining an attitude of grattitude about the whole thing, posting this message to the show’s loyal fans:

    “Thank you all for your kindness, love, and undying support for these past 3 seasons. I’m so grateful that we were given an opportunity to bring you this story… and I especially want to thank our amazing crew, writers, and my castmates for the greatest workplace and creative environment I could ask for. I’m so proud of what we accomplished together. Freddie is forever in my heart, and I’m honored that I was able to put that mantle back on, even for just a few more years.”

    Prior to its three-season (2021–2023) revival on Paramount+, iCarly aired for six seasons (2007–2012) on Nickelodeon. The revival featured the returns of Cosgrove, Kress and Jerry Trainor, with Laci Mosley and Jaidyn Triplett joining as new series regulars.

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    Source: TV Line

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