The cast of cancelled Nickelodeon series, iCarly, reunited at the wedding of co-star Nathan Kress (Freddie Benson) to actress London Elise Moore. Miranda Cosgrove (Carly Shay), Jeanette McCurdy (Sam Puckett), and Jerry Trainor (Spencer Shay) attended the nuptials. Cosgrove shared photos via Instagram. Read More…
Jennette McCurdy is surely crushed after losing her mother, Debra, on Sept. 20 after a grueling 17-year battle with breast cancer. But in the wake of this personal tragedy, it’s clear that the iCarly actress has an extremely strong support system, as stars and friends like Bella Thorne and Zendaya have paid their respects on Twitter and proven that they will be there for the mourning Jennette no matter what.
Bella Thorne, Zendaya & More Support Jennette McCurdy After Mom’s Tragic Death
Bella tweeted, “Love, prayers and condolences to my beautiful friend @jennettemccurdy and her family. My heart is with you.
On May 20th, 2013 I was lucky enough to photograph Mr. Gandolfini at the premiere of his most recent project, Nicky Deuce, at the Arclight in Hollywood, and would like to share those photographs with you. He was
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Based on the children's book of the same name that Schirripa co-wrote with Charles Fleming, Nicky Deuce is about an overprotected teen (iCarly's Noah Munck) who ends up spending the summer in Brooklyn with the uncle (Schirripa) he never knew he had. Viewers can expect fun cameos from Sopranos alums James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli, Vincent Curatola and Tony Sirico.
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You read right. Cast members from the late HBO mob series will reunite in the Nickelodeon TV movie "Nicky Deuce," which stars "iCarly's" Noah Munck and "The Sopranos" star Steve Schirripa.
The movie, which is based on the children's book written by Schirripa and Charles Fleming, centers on Nicholas Borelli II, a.k.a. Nicky Deuce (Munck), a nerdy teen who finds himself in Brooklyn with a mobster uncle (Schirripa) he never knew he had after his plans to attend math camp go awry.
Schirripa (a.k.a. Bobby Bacala) tapped many of his former "Sopranos" co-stars to make appearances in the kids mob movie, which is sure to have fewer f-bombs and trips to the Bada Bing than "The Sopranos" did. Look for James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli, Vincent Curatola and Tony Sirico in The Huffington Post's exclusive "Nicky Deuce" trailer above.
Episodes: 109 (half-hour)
TV show dates: September 8, 2007 -- November 23, 2012
Series status: Ended
Performers include: Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress, Jerry Trainor, and Noah Munck.
TV show description:
Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) lives in Seattle, Washington with her 26-year-old eccentric brother and guardian, Spencer (Jerry Trainor). Their father, Us Air Force Colonel Steven Shay, is temporarily stationed on a submarine.
The story begins as Carly and her best friend, Sam Puckett (Jennette McCurdy), goof off at a school talent show audition. Their tech-savvy friend, Freddie Benson (Nathan Kress) films them and posts the footage online without telling the girls.
It becomes a big hit, the online audience clamors for more and the kids create the iCarly webcast series. They produce the show in a makeshift third-floor studio
In the episode entitled "iGoodbye," Cosgrove's character, Carly, is devastated when her dad can't be there to take her to the Air Force father daughter dance. When Carly's brother Spencer (Jerry Trainor) gets too sick to take her himself, Carly's bestie, Sam (Jennette McCurdy) goes into action, talking buddies Freddie (Nathan Kress) and Gibby (Noah Munck) into getting their tuxes on.
But Carly is too upset to attend the dance with anyone but her dad, or her brother as his fill-in, and says she just wants the night to be over. At that moment, Carly's father walks in the door for an emotional surprise reunion.
Upon learning after the dance that dad has to return immediately to his Air Force base in Italy, Carly has a difficult decision to make. Should she go with him? How can she leave her friends behind?
How do you mark the end of an era? For iCarly, the series plans to say good-bye while finally saying hello to a certain someone’s father.
Fans of the Nickelodeon show have never met Carly’s dad, Colonel Shay. For five seasons, he has been stationed overseas. In fact, when First Lady, Michelle Obama made her unforgettable guest appearance on the show, the topic at hand was military families and their sacrifices.
While it may be sad to say good-bye to the series, the season finale will also mark Colonel Shay’s first appearance, and that’s going to make Carly one very happy camper.
The finale will be an hour-long special. I’ve got spoilers! The heart of the episode revolves around an Air Force father-daughter dance. Since Colonel Shay obviously can’t escort Carly to the dance, Spencer will insist on being her date. That plan falls through also,
On Saturday's episode, Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) & Co. are so excited about Fallon's mention of their series that they dedicate a web show to him by spoofing his most popular skits. Impressed, Fallon then invites Carly, Sam (Jennette McCurdy), Freddy (Nathan Kress) and Gibby (Noah Munck) to appear as his guests on Late Night.
In the exclusive clip below, Carly's brother Spencer (Jerry Trainor) screams in excitement when he sees his favorite TV host mention Carly.
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Steve Schirripa, Michael Imperioli, Tony Sirico and Vincent Curatola will all have roles in "Nicky Deuce," a Nick movie starring "iCarly's" Noah Munck and based on a children's book Schirripa co-wrote. Rita Moreno also stars in the film, along with "Degrassi: The Next Generation" veterans Cristine Prosperi and Cassius Creightney.
"Nicky Deuce" stars Munck as a teenager whose plans to attend math camp go awry and who ends up spending the summer with his uncle (Schirripa) in Brooklyn. He acquires a (false) reputation as a tough guy soon after arriving and has to figure out how to live up to the label.
Imperioli, Sirico and Curatola will all play characters that harken back to their roles on "The Sopranos."
"Nicky Deuce" is based on a children's book of the same name Schirripa wrote with Charles Fleming.
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