Has an iCarly season 7 release date been confirmed? Let’s consider what we know so far about the revival of the Nickelodeon series.
There are certain shows which are able to transport you right back to your childhood whenever they’re on screen.
For those who grew up with iCarly in the late 2000s and early 2010s, few shows have proven quite so nostalgic.
The American teen sitcom was created by Dan Schneider and premiered on Nickelodeon in 2007, running for six seasons until it concluded with ‘iGoodbye’ in November 2012.
Since then, it has arguably developed something of a cult following, with those who adored it as children and teenagers eager to check in with Carly, Sam and Freddie, courtesy of repeat viewing.
With seasons arriving on Netflix on Monday, February 8th 2021, audiences are even more curious about the forthcoming revival. So, let’s highlight what we know about iCarly season 7 so far…
iCarly season 7: What we know so far
Back in December 2020, TV Line confirmed that an iCarly revival season had been ordered for CBS All Access, the Paramount+ streaming service.
Members of the old cast are returning to reprise their roles, including Miranda Cosgrove (Carly), Jerry Trainor (Spencer) and Nathan Kress (Freddie).
The likes of Jay Kogen (School of Rock) and Ali Schouten (Merry Happy Whatever) are also set to star too.
Miranda shared a picture of her and her co-stars on the iCarly set on Wednesday, January 27th 2021.
However, it’s currently uncertain whether Jennette McCurdy will come back to play Sam again. J-14 notes that she is yet to comment on the revival, but has been active on Instagram promoting her “Empty Inside” podcast since the iCarly announcement news emerged.
iCarly revival: Release date confirmed?
A release date for iCarly season 7 is yet to be confirmed.
The previous Instagram post from Miranda confirms that filming has begun, so perhaps we could see the series arrive on Paramount+ later this year.
It’s worth following Miranda on Instagram for potential updates.
Miranda Cosgrove on the iCarly reboot
Speaking with J-14 exclusively in January 2021, Miranda opened up about her aspirations regarding the revival:
“iCarly was a huge part of my childhood and I have so many memories from my time making the show. I feel like I grew up alongside the viewers. My biggest hope for the revival is that it brings the people who watched the original series a lot of joy. The new show is mainly being made with all the original fans in mind.”
She added: “Although we hope families will enjoy it together, this version of the show will be more mature and follow our lives now.”
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