When is iCarly coming to Netflix? Let’s get the streaming release date explained as nostalgic fans react to the news.
What was your favourite TV series when you were growing up?
From Dexter’s Laboratory to Drake & Josh, there are so many shows from the past which loving audiences still reminisce to this day.
One such show is undoubtedly iCarly.
Created by Dan Schneider, this American teen sitcom arrived on Nickelodeon back in 2007 and ran for six seasons until it concluded in November 2012 with the finale, ‘”iGoodbye’.
Miranda Cosgrove starred as the titular Carly alongside the likes of Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress and Jerry Trainor. The character creates a web show with her friends Sam and Freddie which swiftly becomes an internet sensation, leading to a range of funny situations as she grapples with fame.
Of course, the Emmy award-nominated show has been off the air for almost a decade now, but fans will soon be able to revisit old episodes on Netflix…
When is iCarly coming to Netflix? Release date confirmed
- Episodes of iCarly will be added to Netflix on Monday, February 8th 2021.
However, it’s worth addressing that not all of the series will be made available to stream. Only seasons 1 and 2 will be arriving on the platform. There is no news regarding the other four seasons, although they’re available to stream over on CBS All Access.
Additionally, all episodes are available to purchase on Amazon Prime and Apple TV.
iCarly is now one of numerous anticipated efforts arriving on Netflix in February, as such movies as Malcolm & Marie and To All the Boys: Always and Forever are also scheduled to drop.
iCarly fans react on Twitter
Since the news emerged, a number of fans have hopped onto Twitter to express their excitement.
Check out a selection of tweets:
Is an iCarly reboot confirmed?
Yes, an iCarly reboot is reportedly in the works!
TV Line highlights that CBS All Access – the Paramount+ streaming service – has ordered an iCarly revival. This was confirmed in December 2020 and Miranda Cosgrove (Carly), Jerry Trainor (Spencer) and Nathan Kress (Freddie) are all scheduled to star.
The likes of Jay Kogen and Ali Schouten have also signed on, but as of yet, a release date is unknown.
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