Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande, Elizabeth Gillies and Shirley Jones
Art imitates life when The Partridge Family star Shirley Jones guest-stars as a sitcom actress on Victorious.
In an upcoming episode, Tori (Victoria Justice), Cat (Ariana Grande) and Jade (Elizabeth GIllies) travel to San Diego to pay their respects when a classic TV star dies. But the girls soon discover that Mona (Jones) is very much alive — and starring on a new show called The Dead.
Let's cut to the must-see chase, which means jumping ahead to Sunday's big finales, starting with Showtime's Homeland, the series that topped my year-end Top 10 list (currently on display in TV Guide Magazine, soon to be posted, so stay tuned).
The Victorious gang experiences a spring break gone wrong in the hourlong special titled "Locked Up!"
"Tori [Victoria Justice] gets us a free vacation in this exotic [fictitious] country called Yerba ... but we end up going to jail when Tori has a wardrobe malfunction and kicks the Yerbanian chancellor in the eye," star Ariana Grande says. "It's pretty chaotic."
iParty with Victorious, Victoria Justice and Miranda Cosgrove
The last time Nickelodeon stars Miranda Cosgrove and Victoria Justice met, it was in the ring.
In the iCarly special "iFight Shelby Marx," Carly (Cosgrove) jokingly challenged CFC's youngest female fighter Shelby Marx (Justice) to a match on her webcast, only to have Shelby show up to accept the challenge. Carly took a mighty punch to the face before it was all over.
The actresses were both happy to report that there was no blood shed making their latest special, the iCarly-Victorious crossover event...
It isn't a Victorious prom without star Victoria Justice performing a rockin' song.
On Saturday's episode "Prom Wrecker," Tori (Justice) rallies her friends to throw Hollywood Arts High School's very first prom, but an event for frenemy Jade (Elizabeth Gillies) gets destroyed in the process. Jade sets out for revenge, while Tori tries to save prom.
VIDEO: Victorious' Ariana Grande calls her song mashups empowering for young fans
Train is set to perform on Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"What an incredible two years we've had with the great things 'Hey, Soul Sister' has done around the world!" frontman Pat Monahan says. "And now to be performing on the Kids' Choice Awards AND to be up for favorite song?! Man, this is the best part of an amazing ride. Woohoo!"
Miley Cyrus, Big Time Rush and Bieber lead Kids' Choice Awards nominations
Clarissa Explains It All, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Nickelodeon is bringing back the '90s.
Popular sitcoms All That, Clarissa Explains it All, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Rugrats, Rocket Power, Salute Your Shorts, The Amanda Show and Kenan & Kel will be added to a block of programming on TeenNick called "The '90s Are All That!" Nickelodeon announced on Thursday.