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iCarly

posted by Nell Minow

iCarly is a cute Nickelodeon series about a girl named Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) who creates her own web show called iCarly with her best friends Sam and Freddie. The series incorporates content produced by the viewers. I’ve got copies of the new DVD (Season One, Volume 2) to give away to the first four people who send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with “iCarly” in the subject line. Tell me what you like best about iCarly!



  • Denise

    My girls, ages 7 & 4, love ICarly. I have been somewhat leary of allowing them to watch Nick shows but this seems to have encouraged them to be more creative. My oldest has become very interested in videography which happens to be her father’s line of work. She has made several home videos starring in her own version of ICarly. My girls love the sketches Carly and Sam do on the show. They have also seen the effects they can have on people when they do not treat them with respect by watching the relationship between Sam and Freddy. They are quick to recognize the inappropriate behavior and explain what they might do differently. All in all it’s a very entertaining show.

  • http://www.icarly-show.com iCarly

    iCarly is a good kids show and it does intro new technology and gets kids into the Internet.

  • Shaina

    iCarly is so awesome and super fab I really like it I always watch it right now I am still watching it.It makes me laugh all the time.

  • Blythe

    Hi!I really like your awesome show or should I say faulous.Right now I am also watching.ha!ha!ha!ha!ha! it’s so funny.

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