Paramount+ has given the green light to iCarly Season 3, the streaming service announced today. The 10-episode second season completed its run earlier this spring and left its fans with a major #Creddie cliffhanger.
iCarly Season 3 will go into production later this year and will premiere in 2023 exclusively on Paramount+ around the world.
“iCarly’s loyal fan base grew up with Carly, Spencer and Freddie, and have now fallen in love with Harper and Millicent, too,” said Tanya Giles, chief programming officer of streaming for Paramount+.
“We’re thrilled to have Miranda, Jerry, Nathan, Laci and Jaidyn return for a third season and we know Paramount+’s growing YA audience is as well. And I, for one, must find out what happens with #Creddie!”
Seasons one and two of iCarly are available to stream exclusively on Paramount+, and in addition to catching up on new iCarly episodes, fans can also binge all seasons of the original on the streaming platform.
iCARLY stars Miranda Cosgrove as Carly, Jerry Trainor as Spencer, Nathan Kress as Freddie, Laci Mosley as Harper, and Jaidyn Triplett as Millicent.
iCarly for Paramount+ is produced by Nickelodeon Studios and is executive produced by Ali Schouten-Seeks (Young & Hungry, Diary of a Future President) and Miranda Cosgrove.
Schouten serves as showrunner. Jerry Trainor, Nathan Kress and Alissa Vradenburg (The Simple Life) serve as producers.
Nickelodeon’s original iCarly series, which ran from 2007-2012, followed a group of best friends as they created a webcast for and about kids their age while grappling with everyday problems and adventures.
During its initial run, iCarly became a pop culture staple and regularly broke viewership records among audiences of all ages. The original iCarly series was created by Dan Schneider.
iCarly is part of Paramount+’s growing lineup of YA content, including the upcoming Original film Honor Society starring Angourie Rice (Spider-Man: No Way Home, Mare of Easttown).
There’s also the recently announced School Spirits (working title) series starring Peyton List (Cobra Kai, Bunk’d).