• The “iCarly” reboot has been renewed for another season 
  • The first season is currently airing new episodes every Thursday
  • The original “iCarly” is leaving Netflix soon

The “iCarly” reboot that premiered just last month has been officially renewed for another season on Paramount+.

The streaming service announced Thursday that the Miranda Cosgrove starrer is getting a sophomore season way before its freshman installment wraps up. Production on Season 2 has also been scheduled to begin in Los Angeles this fall, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Paramount+’s decision to renew the show comes after the series became one of the top acquisition drivers of the platform. The “iCarly” reboot is also considered as one of the most-streamed titles on the service since its debut.

Fans of the original series and new viewers appear to be really liking the revival because it currently has a 100% critic rating and 83% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. Most reviews on the site also praise the show for bringing back the original elements of the series while also elevating the content for a more mature audience.

Aside from Cosgrove, Nathan Kress and Jerry Trainor are going to reprise their roles in the second season of the reboot. Newcomers Laci Mosley and Jaidyn Triplett are also very likely to come back.

The revival debuted on June 17 and it is still airing new episodes every Thursday. Season 1 has 13 episodes in total, and its finale is set for release in late August.

Filming for the first season wrapped up on June 26 based on Cosgrove’s reposted tweets on Twitter. One post featured a video clip showing the cast and crew celebrating after completing the final scene for Season 1.

Meanwhile, the original “iCarly” series is leaving Netflix soon. Nickelodeon President and CEO Brian Robbins confirmed the news just a few days before the renewal for the reboot was announced.

Although no specific date was given, it would only be a matter of time until the original “iCarly” gracefully exits Netflix and join the revival on its new home, Paramount+.

“And it's not like this is some secret that we're pulling the wool over anybody else's eyes on other services. They're happy to have the content and they understand the strategy. We're very upfront about it,” Robbins told the Hollywood Reporter.

Miranda Cosgrove
Miranda Cosgrove stood out in a colorful floral Marc Jacobs minidress and Prada heels. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images