iCarly is signing back on nearly 10 years after saying goodbye — and Paramount+ just dropped its first official trailer for the revival!
Picking up a decade later, Carly Shay — played by Miranda Cosgrove — is navigating life in her twenties alongside friends, while returning to her internet roots in a world obsessed with social media.
OG stars Jerry Trainor (Spencer Shay) and Nathan Kress — who played cameraman Freddie — are also returning to the highly-anticipated revival alongside newcomers Laci Mosley and Jaidyn Triplett.
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As OK! previously reported, the adult-themed iCarly will be a departure from the original. Trainor recently dished that the upcoming 13-episode season features "a lot of secrets" that will certainly shock fans. "I'll say the scripts are really funny, but I don't think anyone is expecting what we're doing," he said in an interview with ET. "I don't think a revival has been done quite this way."
During the interview, Cosgrove, Trainor and Kress were asked whether a romance between Freddie and Carly will be featured, after the characters kissed in the series finale. "I have no idea, and even if I did know, I wouldn't tell you," Kress joked. "We gotta keep things spicy for the folks at home. Right, Miranda?"
Cosgrove replied, "Yeah, let's keep things spicy." Trainor added: "Too juicy to say."
McCurdy detailed why she’s done with acting and essentially slammed her previous body of work. "I resent my career in a lot of ways," she said on the Season 2 premiere of her podcast "Empty Inside" earlier this year. "I feel so unfulfilled by the roles that I played and felt like it was the most just cheesy, embarrassing… I imagine there’s a very different experience to be had with acting if you’re proud of your roles."