After three seasons, the iCarly reboot has been canceled at Paramount+.
The news follows cast member Laci Mosley who played Harper Bettancourt replying to a fan on X (formerly Twitter) who was inquiring about the future of the show. “It’s canceled babes,” Mosley said. Mosley clarified that it’s not a joke, adding below, “Not a joke. The best people I’ve ever worked with in the business. Thank you for tuning in to the reboot. Everyone put their deeply kind talented souls into this.”
“The series had a great three-season run and delivered on what fans really wanted to see with Carly and Freddie finally getting together,” a spokesperson for Paramount+ confirmed. “We want to thank the entire cast, the writers, directors and producers along with the whole crew for their dedication, creativity and talent.”
Season 3 of the show which premiered over the summer left off on a cliffhanger that it seems fans will never have the answer to. After Lewbert and Mrs. Benson were finally about to tie the knot, they end up abandoning a big wedding to elope — just like they always wanted. In an effort to not have everything be a total waste, Carly and Freddie weigh their options about Freddie finally proposing to Carly. But before they can actually give Creddie fans their endgame, Carly looks as if she’s seen a ghost.”Oh my god,” she says as Freddie turns around. “Mom?” Before the audience can finally see who Carly and Spencer’s mom is, the screen fades to black.
The original series ran for five season from 2007-2012 on Nickelodeon. The iCarly reboot starred most of the original cast, including Miranda Cosgrove as Carly Shay, Nathan Kress as Freddie Benson, Jerry Trainor and Spencer Shay, Jeremy Rowley as Lewbert, and Mary Scheer as Marissa Benson. The series also stars Jaidyn Triplett as Millicent Mitchell and Mia Serafino as Pearl.