The network has tapped Ms. McCurdy and actress Ariana Grande to star in a spinoff tentatively titled “Sam & Cat.” The series will follow the girls’ characters, Sam Puckett from “iCarly” and Cat Valentine from “Victorious,” as they become roommates and start a baby-sitting business.
“I couldn’t be under a better person’s wing, so I’m really happy about that decision,” Ms. McCurdy said in a recent interview. “I haven’t seen a script … so I’m dying for information.”
Ms. McCurdy describes taping the series finale of “iCarly” as emotional.
“The last day of shooting was really sad,” she said. “There was a lot of crying and there were a lot of hugs going around. None of us wanted to say goodbye really.”
Besides acting, Ms. McCurdy loves singing. She recorded a self-titled album with Capitol Records Nashville, but is no longer under contract with that label.
“I knew that I was starting this show and I needed to be focused on that,” she said. “I didn’t want any one thing to get too muddied with the others. Hopefully a different label will like to sign me.”
Who would be her ideal guest star?
“Andrew Garfield. I’m gonna marry him,” she said with a laugh. “In my dreams maybe.”
It looks like the three Jonas brothers may all have TV shows on different networks.
Kevin Jonas, 24, is soon to star in the E! reality show “Married to Jonas,” which chronicles his life as a newlywed, while Joe Jonas, 22, has taken a mentor role alongside Nelly, Gloria Estefan and John Rich on the CW’s new music competition show “The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep.” Now 19-year-old Nick Jonas has confirmed reports that he is “being considered” to join Mariah Carey at the judges’ table on season 12 of “American Idol.”View Entire Story
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