Miranda Cosgrove and Jennette McCurdy were such adorable besties on 'iCarly' that it's hard to imagine that they wouldn't be close off-screen.
Jennette McCurdy is starring in a new TV series very different from her Nickelodeon past.
With Jennette McCurdy's hit Nickelodeon show 'Sam & Cat' now at its end, the 22-year-old actress is setting her sights on another project -- a new web series called 'What's Next for Sarah.'
Jennette McCurdy doesn't think she's a role model, and today, she wanted to make that point very clear.
The former 'Sam & Cat' star surprised fans by making an appearance on the '/r/jennettemccurdy' reddit forum and wrote a candid post about how her impressionable young fans should think of her.
After it was revealed earlier today that Nickelodeon had officially put an end to the TV show 'Sam & Cat,' Ariana Grande took to Twitter this afternoon to post a thank you letter to the fans of the show, series creator Dan Schneider and the cast and crew.
Conspicuously absent from the letter, however, was co-star Jennette McCurdy's name.
On Saturday night (July 12), a new episode of 'Sam & Cat' titled '#WeStealARockstar' aired on Nickelodeon, which was the next-to-last episode of the show that had been produced. When the Season 1 finale '#GettinWiggy' airs this Thursday, July 17, all signs point that it will be the show's final episode, according to TV Series Finale.
Remember Tamagotchis, those adorable pocket-sized virtual pets that we all had growing up? Well, they're back in a big way! Not only is there a Tamagotchi app, called Tamagotchi L.i.f.e Tap & Hatch, but the brand has also expanded into a clothing line -- and Jennette McCurdy is the brand ambassador!
This whole Jennette McCurdy vs. Nickelodeon drama has legs. Rumors have been circulating about the future of 'Sam & Cat,' the show on which singer Ariana Grande stars opposite of McCurdy, who reportedly has a salary dispute with the bosses. Grande, a classy dame who never comments on gossip, broke her own rule, and spoke out.
Is 'Sam & Cat' coming to an end? Whisperings of behind the scenes drama between Nickelodeon and stars Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande may cause the network's most popular show to end after the show's 40-episode first season.
Last night, the 2014 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards assembled some of kids' and teens' favorite stars as part of their annual slime-fest tradition. Winning this year for "Favorite TV Show" was Nick's own 'Sam & Cat' series starring Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande, respectively. As Grande walked up on stage to accept the award for the show, people couldn't help but ponder: Where's Sam?