Here's what to know about Paramount+'s 'iCarly' revival's release date, cast, trailer, and more.

The iCarly Reboot Trailer Is Here And OMG, My Childhood

This is *so wonderful.*

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Instead of saying “iGoodbye” like Miranda Cosgrove did when iCarly was filming its final episode in 2012, the Nickelodeon alum is getting to say “iHello” again soon. ViacomCBS first confirmed the news about an iCarly revival coming to Paramount+ on Dec. 10, 2020. The confirmation revealed that Cosgrove would be returning in the title role, but there wasn’t a lot more information. But now, after fans waited months since the first confirmation that the show was coming back, there’s finally more info about Paramount+’s iCarly revival, including its release date, cast, trailer, and more. Let’s get into it:

The original iCarly series premiered on Nickelodeon in 2007 and ran for six seasons, drawing in 6.4 million viewers for the 2012 series finale. The sitcom was one of Nickelodeon’s biggest hits in the early aughts. Featuring Carly Shay’s (Cosgrove) pursuits for internet fame through her web series, iCarly, the show-within-a-show aspects were pretty unforgettable. She filmed consistently at the apartment where she lived with her older brother and guardian, Spencer (Jerry Trainor). Carly filmed her web series alongside her bestie Sam Puckett (Jennette McCurdy) and friends Freddie Benson (Nathan Kress) and Gibby (Noah Munck).

So, where are they all now? Paramount+ finally gave fans more to know about the upcoming revival, and it sounds like the perfect, grown-up show for everyone’s favorite vlogger.

iCarly Revival Release Date

Paramount+ announced the official release date of the iCarly revival on May 14, in honor of Cosgrove’s birthday. As the star turned 28, the streaming platform revealed Season 1 of the revival, which will be 13 episodes long, will premiere on Thursday, June 17.

iCarly Revival Cast

Back in December 2020, Cosgrove was one of the first members confirmed to return to the show. In those initial reports, it was also revealed that Trainor and Kress would also reprise their roles.

Meanwhile, fans wondered if McCurdy would star in the series to reprise her role as Sam. Naturally, fans took to Twitter to ask producer Jay Kogen, who was kind enough to answer fans' questions. Kogen's replies basically confirmed it was totally up to McCurdy if she would want to reprise her role, and if she chose not to sign on, they wouldn't recast the character. Amid the speculation, McCurdy revealed she quit acting in a Feb. 24 episode of her podcast, Empty Inside, and had no plans to return to the profession.

Regardless, fans will get to see some new faces on the show. Lacy Mosley will play Harper, Carly's bestie and roommate. Also joining the show is Jaidyn Triplett, who plays Millicent, Freddie's stepdaughter.

iCarly Revival Plot

The iCarly revival will begin 10 years after the end of the OG series. The official series description says you can expect to see Carly Shay and her friends navigating work, love, and family in their 20s.

As for Spencer's part on the show, he's obviously no longer Carly's guardian, so their dynamic will probably look a lot different.

iCarly Revival Trailer

On June 1, Paramount+ released the iCarly revival trailer, which is full of Carly’s old antics, but with a more ~grown-up~ twist.

As you're waiting patiently for the iCarly revival to drop on June 17, you can always stream the OG series on Paramount+.

If you don't have a Paramount+ subscription, you can get a seven-day free trial when signing up. The service costs $5.99 per month for its basic subscription.

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