With the rise in OTT platforms, fans have got the golden opportunity to re-live their childhood shows, and such will be the case for iCarly as well. iCarly, the popular teen sitcom, will now make its much-awaited debut on Netflix today, and we have got all the crucial details that you need to know.
Before proceeding into the sweet part, let us give you small information about the show if you are a new timer. Originally aired on Nickelodeon, Dan Schneider created the sitcom that was released in September 2007. The show successfully ran for six seasons, and it revolves around Carly and her friends as they launch their own web show, iCarly, featuring all sorts of content.
The show concluded on 23rd November 2012. One more thing that will get the original fans hyped up is the show’s revival by Parmount+ in 2020 with Cosgrove, Trainor, and Kress onboard.
iCarly Release Date and Time on Netflix: When can you watch the show?
iCarly will be released on 8th February on Netflix, and if Netflix’s previous patterns are anything to go by, we expect the show to go live by 12 am PT. Be sure to check the platform around this time to see if they released the show.
iCarly Cast: Who is in the cast of the show?
The primary characters of the show involved Carly Shay and her friends. Miranda Cosgrove played Carly while her friends Sam Puckett, Freddie Benson, Spencer Shay, and Gibby were played by Jennette McCurdy, athan Kress, Jerry Trainor, and Noah Munck.
Other recurring characters include Mary Scheer as Marissa Benson, Deena Dill as Charlotte, Jeremy Rowley as Lewbert Sline, Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman, Ethan Munck as Guppy, and others.
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How many seasons of iCarly will be released on Netflix? Where to stream the show apart from Netflix?
Well, this is an excellent question, and we are sure OG fans must be wondering about it too. As per the latest rumors, we are quite disappointed to let you know that Netflix will release only the first two seasons and have no plans for the rest.
We will have to wait to get the official update on Season 3 through Season 6, and we will update this space the moment we receive the information, so be sure to check often.
For now, the show is currently available for streaming on CBS’ streaming service, CBS All Access. If you arent subscribed to that, the cost is $5.99/$9.99 (ad-free), and you might also get a 7-day free trial.
Other options could be buying the seasons on Amazon or getting it directly from Nick Hits, which you can access Roku.