After five seasons, Nickelodeon's hit series iCarly will be coming to an end, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. In June, the cast will come together for the last time to film a special iCarly television event that will air in November.
"Everyone at iCarly has been like family to me for five years," creator and executive producer Dan Schneider told TVGuide.com. "When we film our very last scene, there will be a lot of crying, I know. But I also know that in television, you don't want to over-stay your welcome. I want to go out the way we are — on a creative high-note. "
iCarly, Wizards of Waverly Place, Good Luck Charlie and Victorious have been nominated for a Kids' Choice Award in the Favorite Show category, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"I am so excited that iCarly has been nominated," the show's star Miranda Cosgrove told us. "I am also honored and thankful that the fans are still supportive of the show after all these years."
The Twitter world was buzzing last week after news broke that first lady Michelle Obama had jumped on the social media bandwagon.
When it comes to guest stars, it doesn't get much bigger than the First Lady.
In a special episode of iCarly, "iMeet the First Lady," Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) learns that her military father won't be able to return home for her birthday. But she quickly cheers up when she receives a special visit from Michelle Obama herself who thanks Carly for being supportive during her father's deployment.
In "iStill Psycho," the sequel to last year's hit special "iPsycho," iCarly's biggest fan-turned-tormentor Nora Dershlit has been sprung from the slammer, and her first item of business is re-kidnapping the gang for some New Year's Eve "fun."
Exclusive First Look: Crazy iCarly fan Nora Dershlit is back for "iStill Psycho"
Check out TVGuide.com's exclusive trailer for the episode to find out who she's got locked in the basement and what kind of merriment she's forcing on Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) and her friends this time. Is that Nora... farting on them?!?!