‘iCarly’ Revival Coming To Paramount Plus

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Paramount Plus has announced a revival of the hit Nickelodeon TV show, iCarly.

We could not be more excited about the new iCarly revival, created by Jay Kogen, who was responsible for the School of Rock series, and Ali Schouten, known for her work on Diary of a Future President. The new revival will be making its way onto Paramount Plus.

Along with the revival, we will also be seeing some friendly faces as Miranda Cosgrove, who played Carly, Jerry Trainor, who played Spencer, and Nathan Kress, who played Freddie, will all be making a come back for the revival.

Some fans are disappointed as sadly, there was no mention of Jennette McCurdy who had previously played the ever so spunky, Sam. As well as the ever so funny Noah Munck, who played the infamous role of Gibby.

This will be a revival of the hit 2007 show that premiered on Nickelodeon running for six successful seasons, with over 90 hilarious episodes.

And if you are wondering what Paramount Plus is, it is the rebranding of the previous CBS All Access streaming service, which was announced back in September of this year.

Though it has not been official announced as to when the revival will be making its way onto Paramount Plus, keep an eye out for it in 2021 as that is when Paramount Plus is said to be released and making its way into our homes.

If you are ready for some childhood nostalgia, make sure to check on Paramount Plus as they release more information about their upcoming iCarly revival.