The hotter-than-hot Nickelodeon show iCarly has a large tween following, so Young Hollywood and TVGuide.com wanted to find out what kind of questions fans have for the stars of the series. Also, watch as the cast, including Miranda Cosgrove (Carly), Jennette McCurdy (Sam) and Nathan Kress (Freddie), debate over which one of them is the most important member of the Web show their characters produce.
Watch the video after the jump!
Jennette McCurdy and Miranda Cosgrove, iCarly
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In a special 90-minute episode, Carly and her friends go on a trip to Japan when her show is nominated for a Web award, and it turns out to be quite an adventure!
Read on for previews of iCarly, Austin City Limits, Mail Order Bride, True Jackson, VP and Taxicab Confessions: New York, New York 3.
Jon & Kate Plus 8 - Season 3
New releases announced today, November 7:
Fat Albert's Easter Special will be coming out February 10
iCarly - Season 1, Volume 2 will be coming out March 17
Jon & Kate Plus 8 - Season 3 will be coming out February 3
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David Archuleta by Kevin Parry/ WireImage.com
He can sing, but can he act?
Viewers will get to judge for themselves if David Archuleta has the skills with his upcoming acting debut on iCarly, a Nickelodeon show about a high school student ( Miranda Cosgrove) with a video blog. The Season 7 American Idol runner-up filmed an episode titled "iRocked the Vote" on Thursday, the network confirmed to TVGuide.com, following a
Knight Rider by Mitchell Haaseth/NBC
New releases announced today, June 10:The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper - Volume 2 will be coming out September 23 Click and Clack's As the Wrench Turns will be coming out September 30 iCarly - Season 1, Volume 1 will be coming out September 23 Knight Rider - The 2008 Pilot Telefilm will be coming out September 9 When We Left The Earth - The NASA Missions will be coming out September 30 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.
Drake Bell courtesy Dimension Films
Jeers to Nickelodeon for promoting Superhero Movie during tween-friendly shows like iCarly. Sure, it stars Drake Bell from the networks Drake & Josh, but the PG-13 flick also features to quote the MPAA advisory crude and sexual content, comic violence, drug references and language. (Not to mention Leslie Nielsen having sex with a corpse.) Then again, when a pregnant 17-year-old headlines one of your channels kidcoms, I guess anything goes. For more Cheers & Jeers, check out the new vodcast. Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!
Tim DeKay and Ally Walker in Tell Me You Love Me by Doug Hyun/HBO
The racy Tell Me You Love Me bedded only 910,000 viewers with its Sunday debut, falling 53 percent below HBO's month-prior average in the time slot and coming up way short versus the premieres of, say, John from Cincinnati (3.4 mil), Big Love (4.6 mil) and Rome (3.8 mil). As a result, lead-out Curb Your Enthusiasm drew its lowest season-premiere audience ever, 1.17 mil. Monday's season-ender for TNT's The Closer delivered 9.2 million viewers, setting a new all-time high for an ad-supported cable series telecast (besting The Closer's Season 3 opener). Katie Couric's jaunt to Iraq enlisted 5.46 mil, matching Evening News' previous all-time low. Nick's iCarly accumulated 13 million viewers over its entire premiere weekend.