‘iCarly’ Will End After 5 Seasons

After first making their debut back in 2007 it has been announced that the teen series iCarly will be coming to an end as confirmed by TV Guide. The cast and crew will wrap things up for good one last time this coming June after being on the air for 5 seasons.

Executive producer Dan Schneider of the series broke the news to TV Guide. “Everyone at ‘iCarly’ has been like family to me for five years. When we film our very last scene, there will be a lot of crying, I know. But I also know that in television, you don’t want to over-stay your welcome. I want to go out the way we are — on a creative high-note.”

Nickelodeon’s president of development and original programming, Marjorie Cohn, also praised the series that has entertained families and their kids over the five year run on the network. “‘iCarly’ has been a definitional show for Nick with kid empowerment at its core and irreverent, smart humor that families around the world enjoy. With its classic sitcom format and beloved characters, iCarly will always have a home on Nickelodeon.”

The teen show features actress Miranda Cosgrove (Drake & Josh), Jennette McCurdy (Best Player), and actor Nathan Kress (Chicken Little). ‘iCarly’ will air their final episode to say goodbye in November.