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What is iCarly rated?

What is iCarly rated?

This show is on TEEN Nick, That means that this show is rated for people 12+.

Is iCarly a girly show?

As Blair explains in the piece, Nickelodeon’s iCarly is about a teenage girl with a couple of friends and an older brother who acts as her guardian. Despite the fact that it’s a show centering on a pair of girls, the audience is about 45 percent boys.

Where can I watch iCarly iGo to Japan?

Select your subscription streaming services

  • Netflix.
  • HBO Max.
  • Showtime.
  • Starz.
  • CBS All Access.
  • Hulu.
  • Amazon Prime Video.

    Who are the actors in the movie iGo to Japan?

    “iHurt Lewbert”. “iPie”. iGo to Japan is iCarly’s first feature-length movie. It was produced in 2008 and first broadcast by Nickelodeon on November 8, 2008 at 90 minutes in length. iGo to Japan stars Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress, Jerry Trainor, and Mary Scheer in their traditional iCarly roles.

    Who are the main characters in iCarly iGo to Japan?

    Carly, Sam, and Freddie are thrilled when their web show is nominated for a prestigious iWeb Award in the “Best Comedy Web Show” category. Did You Know?

    What do they say in Japan in iCarly?

    The Japanese words said by the iCarly crew aren’t actually Japanese, with the exceptions when Spencer says, ‘Arigato’, which is Japanese for ‘Thank you’, and when Kyoko and Yuki called each other ‘baka’, which is Japanese for ‘idiot’. You can also faintly hear Spencer say ‘omaeda’ which translates into ‘you guys.’

    When did the first iCarly movie come out?

    If one counts this as three separate episodes, it is the first time more than one episode is based on the same plot. This is the first iCarly television movie. It began production in Spring 2008, with a November 8, 2008 release. This is one of the only iCarly episodes to display the episode’s title in it, and was the first to do so.