Comedy’s hour-long series finale to air Nov. 23
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/23/2012 -- Nickelodeon’s successful kids comedy “iCarly” ends its five-season run on Nov. 23 with an hour-long series final episode.
The show, which features Miranda Cosgrove as Carly Shay, along with co-stars Jeanette McCurdy (Sam Puckett), Nathan Kress (Freddie Benson), Jerry Trainor (Spencer Shay), and Noah Munck (Gibby), ends its 109-episode run with a special episode where Carly must make a decision that could change the rest of her life.
Nickelodeon Group President Cyma Zarghami said about the show: "‘iCarly’ has been a truly definitional show that was the first to connect the Web and TV into the fabric of its storytelling, and we are so very proud of it and everyone who worked on it.
"Like all truly great TV series, like ‘Seinfeld’ or ‘Everybody Loves Raymond,’ ‘iCarly’ is a very special show with a cast that is beloved by a generation of fans. Everyone in this cast will always be considered part of our Nickelodeon family and we thank them for giving kids so many great and happy memories over the years."
Nickelodeon's will offer a number of different media offerings around the final show, which is called “iGoodbye." For example, highlights from the episode can be found on Nickelodeon’s website (Nick.com), offering first looks for fans to see behind-the-scenes footage, photo galleries, and trailers.
The final episode can be purchased immediately after it air on iTunes at iTunes.com/iCarly, as well as Amazon Instant Video, the PlayStation Store, Vudu, and Xbox Video beginning Nov. 24.
The home page for the show, iCarly.com, will launch a new game on Nov. 19. "The Epic iCarly Game" features gameplay for each iCarly character. Also, never-before-seen webisodes will be made available on iCarly.com.
Beginning on Nov. 26, “iCarly: The Complete Series,” can be purchased for download for a limited time on iTunes for $74.99.
The final show will at 8 p.m. EST/PST. The show will still be able to be seen in reruns on the various Nickelodeon networks.
Improv4Kids (http://www.improv4kids.com/) is the home page for a professional theatre group looking to both entertain and educate kids through creative comedy arts. Improv 4 Kids plays and shows at The Laugh Factory in New York City, as well as playing shows at schools and camps, and hosting NYC kids field trips, kids comedy, comedy classes for kids, improv shows for kids and school assemby shows.
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