It’s been five years since the last new episode of Nickelodeon’s “Victorious” aired, thanks to a cancelation by the network. This left the Dan Schneider-created series to end without an official series finale. Instead, it’s final episode, titled “Victori-Yes,” seemed just like any other episode: great and entertaining, but with nothing specifically wrapped up. Unlike Schneider’s other series on around that time, “iCarly,” which received an actual series finale.

As expected, fans were sad to see the show they loved end like that, or at all, but today (Feb. 2) we commemorate the fifth anniversary of the “Victorious” finale to remember the show itself and all the great episodes the cast and crew made.

Keep the celebration going by checking out what the cast is up to now.

Victoria Justice (Tori)

A couple years after her Nickelodeon series wrapped, Justice headlined the short-lived MTV thriller series “Eye Candy.” From there, she starred in the romance drama “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List” and the TV movie musical “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” In 2018, she has two films, the comedy “Summer Night” and drama “Bigger,” set to be released.

 

Avan Jogia (Beck)

Going right from one series to the next, Jogia starred in the ABC Family (now Freeform) mystery-drama “Twisted,” which lasted for one season. After that, he had his “Tut” mini-series and a few movies in 2016 before landing the lead in the SyFy series “Ghost Wars.” Aside from his show, he also has three movies in the works, including the comedy “The New Romantic.”

 

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Ariana Grande (Cat)

She continued acting for a little while with her “Victorious” spinoff series “Sam & Cat,” but she’s been mainly focused on her music career, which has skyrocketed over the last five years. Grande also had a few episodes of “Scream Queens” and starred as Penny in the live TV version of “Hairspray.”

 

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Leon Thomas III (Andre)

While he hasn’t done a project as lengthy as “Victorious” in the last few years, Thomas has been keeping busy. He had a short arc on “Satisfaction” in 2014, multiple movies in 2015, and then a role on “Mr. Student Body President” from 2016 to 2017. Recently, he was on HBO’s “Insecure.” He’s also busy working on his own music, as well as working with other artists.

 

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Elizabeth “Liz” Gillies (Jade)

A couple stints in shows and movies here and there, Gillies got her next major role in 2015 when she got her own FX music-comedy series “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.” The show lasted for two seasons and ended in 2016, but the actress bounced right back, landing the lead in the new CW series “Dynasty.”

 

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Matt Bennett (Robbie)

Though he hasn’t acted much since this series ended, with his last project being a guest role on “Fresh Off the Boat” in 2016, Bennett’s been focused on another form of creativity. He released an album that same year and then in 2017, he posted a few monologue videos to his YouTube page and released his “Previously on Matt Bennett” EP in December.

 

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Daniella Monet (Trina)

It’s been a slew of TV roles for Monet since 2013, from “Melissa & Joey” and “See Dad Run” to “Turbo FAST” and, her largest role since this series, “Baby Daddy.” Aside from acting, Monet’s been hosting the Nickelodeon reality show “Paradise Run” since 2016. Plus, she’s very active on Instagram and YouTube, posting a lot of lifestyle content.

 

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Michael “Mikey” Reid (Sinjin)

While he hasn’t been doing TV since the Nickelodeon show ended, Reid’s been in a few movies, with his most recent one being the 2017 comedy “Mamaboy.” Next up, he has the horror flick “Camp Cold Brook” with Chad Michael Murray. Aside from acting, Reid’s actually in a band called The Late Revival with Jameson Moss and “The Fosters” star David Lambert.

 

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Eric Lange (Mr. Sikowitz)

After finishing up “Victorious,” Lange headed to the short-lived thriller series “Cult” and then found his way to FX’s “The Bridge” for a little over 10 episodes. He was on “Secrets and Lies,” “Masters of Sex” and “Grey’s Anatomy” before landing on “Narcos” and, now, he’s on two mini-series, “Waco” and “Escape at Dannemora.”

 

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