iCarly Season 2 Release Date: Here Are the Latest Updates!

Fans of iCarly, get ready for a brand new season! Paramount+ will premiere the second season of Nickelodeon’s hit sitcom, now in its 10th season, in April.

A new season will bring back characters like Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove), Spencer Shay (Jerry Trainor), and Freddie Benson (Matt Lanter), as well as new ones (Nathan Kress). It’s no surprise that Paramount+ is extensively marketing the second season of the reboot after the first season immediately became one of the top-rated series on the service.

Expected to pick up where season one left off, Carly and her friends will be relaunching their childhood web series in an era where everybody is an internet influencer. While plot specifics are still scarce, the newly released teaser provided us with some ideas of what the next season will bring.

The plot of iCarly Season 2

Fans got to watch Carly Shay, a woman in her twenties, struggle to revive her web series after a decade of absence. Everything fans loved about the original was updated and adapted for an older audience who had grown up with it. The second season will almost certainly build on the first, with more nods to the original series thrown in for good measure.

The former building doorman Lewbert (Jeremy Rowley) and Groovy Smoothie worker T-Bo (BooG! e) were explicitly mentioned by Cosgrove in an interview as characters they hoped to bring back from the original series. This shows that the team behind the new series cares about the original product and wants to honor all those who grew up with it.

A cliffhanger from season one’s finale, in which Carly had to choose between her ex-boyfriend Beau (Conor Husting) and her current partner Wes, will likely be resolved in this season (Josh Plasse). A potential romance between Carly and Freddie was also hinted at in the trailer.

Paramount+ is probably trying to keep as much of the plot under wraps as possible to promote excitement. As far as we know, the gang will return to the Groovy Smoothie, and Lewbert will appear in a courtroom for unspecified reasons.

iCarly Season 2 Cast

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Freddie Benson and Carly Shay (Cosgrove and Spencer Shay (Trainor)) are among the original cast members who will reprise their roles in the second season (Kress). Harper (Laci Mosley), Carly’s roommate and aspiring stylist, and Millicent (Jaidyn Triplett), Freddie’s adopted stepdaughter, will both make their debuts this season.

Freddie’s mother, Mrs. Benson (Mary Scheer), stalker Nora Dershlit (Danielle Morrow), iCarly antagonist Nevel Papperman (Reed Alexander), school principal Ted Franklin (Tim Russ), and Carly’s former boyfriend Griffin all made appearances in the first season (Drew Roy). Scheer and Lewbert, the doorman, will return for a second season (Rowley). For the foreseeable future, Husting and Plasse will remain Carly’s beau and fiance, respectively.

Other well-known characters in the trailer include Spencer’s childhood bully Chuck (Ryan Ochoa) and Shay’s paternal grandfather (Greg Mullavey). Cosgrove’s old Drake & Josh co-star Josh Peck will guest feature as Carly’s new manager, it was reported in December.

Sam Puckett, Carly’s first best friend, will not be returning to the show (Jennette McCurdy). McCurdy confirmed on her podcast in March 2021 how she has retired from acting and has no plans to return for the resurrection season, hence she was absent from it.

Also, because of his self-consciousness as the group’s oddball friend Gibby (Noah Munck), actor Noah Munck has no plans to reprise his role as the character. Ethan Munck’s real-life brother Ethan, who plays Gibby’s younger brother Guppy, appears in the trailer.

Release Date of iCarly Season 2

The second season of iCarly will begin on Paramount+ on Friday, April 8, 2022, with a two-episode premiere. The next ten episodes of the season will be released every week, every Friday, starting in mid-April.

Fans of the first series are being targeted by Paramount+. iCarly was one of the most popular shows on the new streaming service’s inaugural season, proving that the tactic worked. Do you think it would work in a fresh season? All indications are that it will, as the trailer has already racked up roughly 1.5 million views in the first few days after its release.

Trailer of iCarly Season 2

Yes, it is! OMG Carly and Freddie kiss in the new iCarly season two trailer, which was released by Paramount+ on Wednesday, March 2. After a trio of fans yell, “Kiss! Kiss! Kiss!” the two exchange an awkward smooch.

So it appears like Carly and Freddie (or, “Creddie,” as Freddie’s mother proudly wears on a turtleneck in the trailer) may have a prospective relationship.

A new character is introduced in the season premiere: “aggressive” manager Paul (played by Josh Peck). To which, iCarly replies, “Did you want it to be the most successful web series in history, or did you just want it to be a gigantic failure?” There’s no better web series in history than Freddie’s,

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