Wednesday, June 07, 2023

The Cast of 'iCarly' Dish On Harper's Queer Romance In Season 3

Plus, fans finally get to see Creddie in full force.

iCarly season 3

iCarly made a huge splash on Nickelodeon from 2007 to 2012. Since its revival on Paramount+ in 2021, the show has had plenty of viral moments and a ton of adorable moments between Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) and Freddie (Nathan Kress).

In the new episodes, the status of Creddie is finally addressed and fans get to see the relationship play out throughout the season.

"I can promise that there will be no more avoiding the question. It's been a big conversation and ultimately, the only thing that we knew for sure was we just can't avoid it anymore. Questions are going to get answered. Relationships are going to get sorted out," Kress told PRIDE.

The third season also dropped at the beginning of Pride Month and fans of the series have fallen in love with queer character, Harper, played by Laci Mosley.

"Harper will remain to be very gay. There will be plenty of gay moments that you will really enjoy," Mosley says. "Harper's on her own weird journey where you see her have wacky antics, accents, and maybe you see her fall in love with a new interest. You'll see her tagging along with Spencer doing very weird things as well."

iCarly is streaming now on Paramount+, with new episodes dropping every Thursday. Try Paramount+ for FREE at

To see the full interview with the cast of iCarly, check out the video below.

The 'iCarly' Cast Dishes on Creddie & Harper's New Queer Romance in Season 3

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Originally published: June 07, 2023.

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