In the meantime, you can catch Jennette in the second season of the Netflix series Between. The show revolves around a group of teenagers living in a town where everyone over the age of 21 are being killed off by a deadly disease. The entire second season is available on Netflix!
Former iCarly co-stars Miranda Cosgrove and Jennette McCurdy were spotted on the red carpet in Culver City, California on Saturday (May 7), where they attended the City Year Los Angeles Spring Break event at Sony Pictures Studios.
Miranda was spotted arriving at the event in an all-black ensemble, sporting a black dress under a leather jacket as she posed for pictures on the red carpet.
Jennette, on the other hand, opted for a more summery look, rocking a striped crop-top and pair of neutral culottes as she walked the red carpet upon her arrival.
Both Miranda and Jennette were spotted hanging out with one another inside the event, where they were also joined by Miranda’s Crowded co-star Mia Serafino.
Actress Jennette McCurdy glammed up the red carpet in Las Vegas on Sunday (May 17), as she attended the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
Jennette arrived at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in a stunning sparkling blue strapless gown, where she hosted the red carpet show along with Chelsea Briggs before the award ceremony.
The 22-year-old star will soon be starring in the new Netflix series Between, where a mysterious plague is killing everyone over the age of 21. The series will be released on May 21st – be sure to check it out!
ctresses Jennette McCurdy and Dove Cameron were spotted hanging out together on Friday night (September 5), as they attended The Art of Elysium’s 6th Annual GENESIS at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
The Sam & Cat and Liv and Maddie stars were all smiles as they chatted together, with Dove looking pretty in a floral skirt and black top while Jennette opted for a plaid tee over an acid-washed pencil skirt.
According to Deadline, the show was put on a permanent hiatus in April after some issues arose behind-the-scenes.
“Nickelodeon will not be producing more episodes of Sam & Cat,” Nickelodeon said in a statement. “We are very proud of the show and its very talented cast and we wish them all the best.”
As production went on for Sam & Cat‘s 40-episode first season, rumors started circulating about discord on the set, with emotions running high and McCurdy and Grande sometimes showing up late. The grueling, 40-episode shoot had been taxing on everyone. Additionally, McCurdy had been going through a difficult time in her personal life for the past six months and recently had to deal with the leak of racy photos, while Grande’s music career has taken off big time. Both have been at Nickelodeon for a long time, McCurdy for more than seven years and Grande for more than four. Both are entering adulthood, and word is both were feeling constrained at kids-focused Nickelodeon and are ready to move on.
Things came to a head in late March when McCurdy publicly accused Nickelodeon of unfair treatment. She also fueled speculation about a rift with her longtime best friend Grande by un-following Grande on social media and not joining her co-star at Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards. A few days later, production on the series was shut down with four episodes from Season 1 left to shoot. They will not be filmed, and there will not be a second season either. Meanwhile, Nick is in production on the new comedy series from Schneider, the 20-episode Henry Danger.
Ariana commented on the news of the cancelled show, writing a letter to fans and Nickelodeon for her time as Cat Valentine. You can read what she had to say here.