Miranda Cosgrove has confirmed that iCarly will be making a return in the latest kids favourite to get a reboot.
iCarly is just the latest in a long line of family favourites that Paramount are giving a 21st century makeover – with a Grease spin-off currently also in the making, as well as a Flashdance reboot.
The former Nickelodeon kids show – following the OG influencer as she tracked her life in vlogs – will be brought back to life for US streaming service Paramount+.
iCarly hasn’t been seen on screen since 2012, but the actors who made the show are ready and waiting for a comeback – and if that’s not an excuse for some random dancing, we don’t know what is!
Joining Miranda, who played leading lady Carly, will be Jerry Trainor (Carly’s brother Spencer) and Nathan Kress (Freddie).
However, there are still two major faces who have yet to be confirmed to be added to the fun – Jennette McCurdy, who played Carly’s bestie Sam, and Noah Munck, who played Gibby.
The show originally aired in 2007 and ran for six seasons, airing for 95 episodes before it wrapped in 2012.
Details surrounding how the series will be brought back to life remain unclear, with the final hour-long episode iGoodbye drawing in 8.9million viewers.
In the episode, Carly was seen moving to Italy to spend more time with her father, who is in the Air Force, and kissing Freddie before she leaves.
In an emotional farewell to the series, the iCarly show was put ‘on a hiatus’ and the team were seen thanking their viewers for their last time.
Carly’s bestie Sam was then given her own reboot – joining forces with Victorious character Cat (played by a then unknown Ariana Grande) for a spin-off, which ran for one season.
It’s not known when the new episodes will begin to air.
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