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'iCarly' reboot debuts first three episodes

(CNN) — The reboot of "iCarly" revival dropped on Thursday, and introduced fans to a few new characters. The first three episodes of the Paramount+ series come 14 years after the original series first premiered on Nickelodeon. Viewers saw Carly (Miranda Cosgrove), Freddie (Nathan Kress) and Spencer (Jerry Trainor) trying...
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The new iCarly reboot perfectly explains Sam's absence

The first three episodes of Paramount+'s iCarly reboot offer a lot of updates on the beloved Nickelodeon characters. Spencer (Jerry Trainor) has become a rich artist, Freddie (Nathan Kress) has adopted a child, and Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) is a former host of the Italian version of QVC. But there's another question fans have long been pondering: Where is Sam Puckett?
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How the 'iCarly' Reboot Addresses the Absence of Jennette McCurdy's Character Sam

Nine years after the show ended its run on Nickelodeon, iCarly is back! The reboot premiered on Paramount+, featuring many original stars, including Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor and Nathan Kress. But Carly’s sidekick, Sam, is not part of this revival. And the show’s premiere addresses her absence. Warning: spoilers ahead.
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What to Watch on Thursday: iCarly goes back online with Paramount+ revival premiere

The midseason finale may have brought the colorful cast of teens back together to resolve the long-teased surprise birth, but now that school is back in session, some relationships are put back to the forefront. With his love for Sam the counselor left unrequited, will Chester finally take romantic notice of Nathan? Is there still hope for Riley and Greta? Regardless, the HBO Max teen dramedy promises more laughs, more angst, and more exploration into the fluid ways of Gen Z. -Marcus Jones.
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'iCarly': Who Plays Willow on the Reboot?

The iCarly reboot has launched on Paramount+, with former stars like Miranda Cosgrove and Nathan Kress returning. Alongside the Carly and Freddie actors, there are now a whole host of new actors that bring the story to the modern day. The first three episodes introduce a number of new main...
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'iCarly' Reboot Cast: Who Are the New Characters Harper and Millicent?

The Paramount+ reboot of iCarly is streaming now, and the revival features a few new characters. Alongside returning favorites like Carly Shay (played by Miranda Cosgrove) and Freddie Benson (Nathan Kress) are newcomers Harper (Laci Mosley) and Millicent (Jaidyn Triplett). These new characters fill the holes left by Sam (Jennette McCurdy, who declined to appear) and Gibby (Noah Munck, who has not publicly commented on why he is not in the show).
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How to Watch the 'iCarly' Reboot

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. The day has finally come! Nine years after iCarly wrapped up in 2012, the reboot has officially hit Paramount+. For fans who want to watch the 2021 iCarly online...
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The Title Sequence for the 'iCarly' Reboot Is Giving Us Some Serious Nostalgia

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. Paramount+ shared a sneak peek on Wednesday (June 9) of the title sequence from its upcoming reboot of the popular Nickelodeon series, iCarly. The minute-long clip features the same breezy song as the original series, sung by Miranda Cosgrove, who is reprising her role as Carly Shay.
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iCarly: The Reason(s) Jennette McCurdy Isn't Reprising Her Role as Sam

Between new storylines with familiar faces — including a Spencer that curses and a Freddie with a stepdaughter — there's a lot to look forward to come June 17 when the iCarly reboot premieres on Paramount+. Unfortunately, Carly's BFF and one of the original characters, Sam, isn't one of them. According to two recent episodes of her podcast Empty Inside, actress Jennette McCurdy, who played Sam, won't be in the reboot. McCurdy has retired from acting and has no interest in returning, least of all the iCarly universe.