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Jerry Trainor, ‘iCarly’ Star Promises ‘Sexual Situations’ In Reboot
The “iCarly” Reboot Will Older Than Original Series
Jerry Trainor, taking up his role as Spencer Shay, jokes, “It’s essentially a concert with Andrew Dice Clay. You know what I mean, no, [but] we’ll go along that line? It won’t be super raw. But yes, sexual situations are going to be there.
You know, in the trailer that everyone had, I say ‘damn it,’ but you know we are adults.”
Miranda Cosgrove started with the original “iCarly,” which ran on Nickelodeon 2007-2012 as Carly, a teenager who created the web show with her husband.
The show has evolved, Nathan Kress, who played nerdy Freddie Benson.
“It’s a show for adults and not especially for children,” he stressed. “And that was exciting for us—to see where these characters from a children’s show are, ten years later, now, and where they are. But in an unbrilliantly realistic manner.”
Kress, now 28, admits the first time he had loving fans because “This is the stage in which geek chic came,” but he notes the stuff that went down he saw.
“Something strange has occurred were all kinds of things just went since being a dad,” he laughs, he says.
And Trainor, 42, is excited to be back. He has the characteristic of an exciting Labradoodle.
She feel young and ageless. It feels I’m going to go back to comfortable footwear. I love multi-cams. I love multi-cams. It is everything I’ve ever wanted to do.”
Jennette McCurdy, who played Sam Puckett, is one person who definitely won’t be back for the adult yuks.
Ashameness Of Past Career
At 28 years old, McCurdy confessed that she’s “ashamed” of her past acting career in a recent episode of a podcast called “Empty Inside.”
“I’m so ashamed of the pieces I made in the past,” she said. “My experience in acting is. “I have a lot of resentment in my career. The roles I’ve played and felt it was the cheesiest, the most embarrassing [thing] are not meant to me.”
On Thursday, 17 June, “iCarly” will premiere three episodes. The other ten will then fall on Paramount + every week.