Thursday, June 17, 2021

Episode Titles and Synopses for First Three Episodes of All New 'iCarly'

Grab yourself some spaghetti tacos, as iCarly is back in a brand new series, with the first three episodes streaming now on Paramount+. Check out the details about each of the first batch of episodes below, and make sure to catch more all new episodes weekly on Paramount+!

iStart Over: Carly Shay navigates the next chapter of her life, moving past a failed relationship and reinventing her web show. Meanwhile, Spencer can't accept the fact that Harper doesn't like his latest sculpture.

iHate Carly: Carly finds it refreshing to date a guy who's never seen her show, until she discovers his huge secret. Meanwhile, when Spencer accidentally blinds himself with pepper spray, he enlists Freddie to be his "guide dog."

iFauxpologize: A disgusted reaction from Carly is paired with Spencer's latest artwork to become a popular meme, giving Carly new viral fame but leaving Spencer feeling insulted and out for revenge. Millicent finds Freddie's troubling old social media posts, which gives her a brilliant idea. Air Date: Jun 16, 2021

The new iCarly picks up nearly 10 years after Nickelodeon’s original show ended, and finds Carly Shay, the original influencer, and her friends navigating work, love, and family in their twenties.”

Laci Mosley (Florida Girls, the Scam Goddess podcast) is playing Harper, Carly’s roommate and best friend. Jaidyn Triplett (See, The Affair) has been cast as Millicent, Freddie’s snarky and social media-savvy stepdaughter. Jennette McCurdy, who played Carly’s best friend, Sam, and Noah Munck, who played the eccentric Gibby Gibson on the original series are not returning for the Paramount+ update.

The original iCarly series, which ran from 2007 to 2012, followed a group of best friends creating a webcast while grappling with everyday problems and adventures. The 13-episode picks up a decade after the original show ended.

The pilot is written by Ali Schouten (Diary of a Future President), who also serves as executive producer, and Jay Kogen (Nickelodeon’s School of Rock, The Simpsons).

Nickelodeon Studios and Awesomeness produce the series, with Cosgrove executive producing and Trainor and Alissa Vradenburg as producers. Phill Lewis (The Suite Life of Zack & CodyOne Day at a Time, The Neighborhood) directed and executive produced the pilot. Shauna Phelan, senior vice president, live-action scripted content, and Zack Olin, senior vice president, live-action, oversee production.

The all new iCarly made its world premiere on Paramount Plus on Thursday, June 17th with the first three episodes. The remaining 10 will then drop weekly, exclusively on Paramount+. Try it FREE today at - use promo code "MOVIES" for a 30-day free trial!

Watch the iCarly Reunion special here!

Additional source: HITC.

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