Nickelodeon’s ‘Victorious’ Cancelled After Three Seasons

By Dominic Patten, Nellie Andreeva

Prolific Nickelodeon creator Dan Schneider will see both of his hit series for the cable network iCarly and Victorious get off the air after final runs this fall. “Nickelodeon will not be moving forward with production on a fourth season of Victorious following the final season that will premiere this fall,” the network said in a statement. “We are very proud of the show, its very talented cast, and our audience will continue to see many of them in upcoming new Nickelodeon projects.” The news comes on the heels of Nick just ordering two iCarly spinoff pilots from Schneider: Sam & Cat, starring series’ Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande, and Gibby toplined by Noah Munck.

Schneider took to Twitter and his blog to comment on the cancellation of the show starring Victoria Justice, making it clear it was not his decision. Here is his post:

Hey guys!  If I misspell anything in this post, please forgive me – I’m in the back seat of a car, typing on my phone!  Okay, first things first… There is a whole NEW season of Victorious coming your way.  We just finished shooting 15 new episodes, and they’re amazing.  If you love Victorious, I feel sure you will love the NEW episodes coming! By now, a lot of you have heard that Victorious will not be returning for a 4th season.  That is true.  This was the network’s decision – not mine. (more…)

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