Carly hosts her own home-grown web show, iCarly. She lives with her twenty-something brother/guardian Spencer and produces her Web casts from a makeshift third-floor loft studio. Grappling with adolescence, she never aimed to gain fame as a rising star/underground celebrity to kids. As events unfold in the pilot, it all happens by accident when a teacher puts her in charge of the school talent show. She and her sassy best bud Sam turn the audition process into a show, which Carly's tech savvy smitten friend Freddie tapes - including their hilarious banter and great chemistry - and posts on the Web without telling the girls. The on-line audience clamors for more, and a pop phenomenon blooms, with Carly and sidekick Sam's regular Web casts ultimately featuring everything from comedy sketches and talent contests to interviews, recipes, and problem-solving. Written by
Leave it all to me.
8 September 2007 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Untitled Dan Schneider Project
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?
Lots of times, the show will reference Drake & Josh
(2004), another show that Dan Schneider
made. This includes Carly mentioning a Peruvian Puff Pepper, although a pepper of the same name was mentioned in Drake and Josh. Another reference is Grandad mentioning the Parker/Nichols hotel. Parker and Nichols are the last names of Drake and Josh in the series. See more
In some episodes the iCarly-crew is broadcasting the web show live from places without any internet connection, where it would be impossible to broadcast a web show with the equipment, that is showed in the series, like a supply cabinet in school or an old castle. They need an broadband internet connection for video and audio. And a wireless connection would not take that much signals and send it in real-time. See more
Aw, come on!
Referenced in Victorious: Blooptorious
Leave It All to Me
(Theme from iCarly)
Music composed by Michael Corcoran
Performed by Miranda Cosgrove
and featuring Drake Bell See more