The beloved Nickelodeon show iCarly is back, and that’s plenty of reason to rejoice. Fans of the show were beyond excited when the reboot of the 2007 TV series was first announced. iCarly is a comedy streaming TV revival series based on the 2007 series of the same name. The revival series sees all the fan-favorite stars coming back, except for Jennette McCurdy. She played Carly’s best friend, Sam Puckett in the original run. McCurdy has now retired from acting and will not be a part of the revival series cast. The original series ran from 2007 to 2012. The reboot follows the characters from the series 10 years after the events of the original. Carly is now in her 20s and still juggling between her career as an internet personality and relationships and friendships. Read more to find out about iCarly Reboot Episode 5 release date and spoilers.
iCarly reboot cast includes Miranda Cosgrove reprising her titular role of Carly Shay. She plays a former teen webcaster who is now an internet personality in her 20s. Joining Cosgrove is Jerry Trainor, playing Carly’s older brother Spencer Shay. Nathan Kress plays the role of Freddie Benson. He’s Carly’s good friend and neighbor. He was also the technical producer of the iCarly web show. Noah Munck reprises his role as Carly’s childhood friend Gibby. Also joining the cast is Jaidyn Triplett as Millicent, stepdaughter of Freddie. Mary Scheer also joins the cast as Freddie’s mother, Marissa Benson. She is the nemesis of Carly. Danielle Morrow is also in the cast, playing a diehard fan of Carly, Nora Dershlit. Laci Mosley plays Carly’s roommate, Harper. Reed Alexander plays Carly’s nemesis, Nevel Papperman.
What Happened in Episode 4?
We see Carly introducing her internet audience to her new “Carly show”. The new internet era sees her trying to churn out funny viral content. Helping her produce content are Spenser and Freddie. And it seems like it’s working too. Meanwhile, she is also navigating her internet presence with relationships, with the help of Freddie, Spenser, and Harper. Episode 4, titled “iGot Your Back,” saw Carly continue her web show and seeing it go viral. The fame is back, and it now entails attending events and award shows. It also entails walking on the red carpet. Carly goes to Harper for help with her appearance on the red carpet. Both of them spend a hefty amount of time deciding on what Carly should wear. After a long period of discussions and trying out outfits, they decide to go with an old and familiar dress.
The dress that Carly sports eventually is the one she wore in the original series finale. However, things don’t pan out for Carly as they thought they would. As it turns out, the dress doesn’t fit Carly now and starts rip at the event. Harper arrives to help her out with the crisis. However, Carly is increasingly unsure if Harper understands what she needs. This also makes her friendship with Harper seem dubious to her. Eventually, this little rift between them ends, and they’re all good again. Meanwhile, Carly and Freddie continue to fail at the beginning of a relationship. Spencer helps Freddie find a date, but it doesn’t end up well. He also tries to set him up with Ramona, who actually charges money to date Freddie. And obviously, by the end, this too doesn’t pan out, and Freddie’s unsuccessful dating spell persists.
iCarly Reboot Episode 5 Spoilers
iCarly Reboot Episode 5 will see Carly and Freddie still on the lookout for love. Both of them have been trying their best to find love and failing so far. Meanwhile, Carly will continue to run her web show and contend with its virality. She is trying her best to churn out better content with the help of Spencer, Freddie, and Harper.
iCarl Reboot Episode 5 Release Date
The release date for iCarly Reboot episode 5 is set for July 1, 2021at 3 am ET. It is available to stream on Paramount+. The first three episodes of the show were made available simultaneously. Paramount+ dropped episode 4 on July 17, 2021. With an average runtime of about 23-26 minutes, the show will have 13 episodes in total. The show is currently streaming on Paramount+. You can catch all previous episodes of iCarly Reboot and episode 5 when Paramount releases it.