Jennette McCurdy

Image: Giphy Savvy "iCarly" fans know about numerous adult jokes hidden in various episodes, like Freddie's interesting apartment
So, how do these summer series stack up on the Yep-or-Nope-o-Meter? Read on to find out! Ryan McGee and I discussed the shows
You may have recently spent your weekends binge-watching Netflix's "Daredevil," "Grace and Frankie" or "The Unbreakable Kimmy
For me, health is a little less undeviating. There are times when I'll do a two-day juice cleanse, feel great, and then have an In N Out hamburger for breakfast the next morning.
One of the greatest mysteries from "iCarly" comes in the episode "iGot A Hot Room." In one particular scene, Carly mentions
The 22-year-old has dealt with growing up and living life in the public eye. In March, racy photos of the "iCarly" star surfaced
Hit Nickelodeon show "Sam and Cat" has not yet been renewed for a second season, despite its popularity among the network's
McCurdy and Drummond's romance began after they met via Twitter in September 2013, and things quickly came to a public end
I've committed to a life of salad. And lies. — Jennette McCurdy (@jennettemccurdy) January 20, 2014 If by "SAG" awards you
Jennette McCurdy, of Nickelodeon's "iCarly" and "Sam & Cat", isn't a kid anymore. And much like Britney Spears and Miley
Why We Love It: "Wrecking Ball" is the perfect song to show off Jennette's singing chops. While we would love to hear what
Better Than The Original? #TeamLorde4Lyfe. (But seriously, Jennette... can you come out with a new album already?) What do
In the exclusive clip above, Marshall's character meets with Sam (Jennette McCurdy) to discuss meeting with her nemesis, her
Sneak peek of "Laverne & Shirley" stars Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams on "Sam & Cat."
1. Don't think too hard. Between her goofy dance moves and hilarious Twitter feed, we'd like to think Jennette McCurdy would
Vine, Twitter’s micro-video social network, is perhaps the best form of entertainment for Generation Distraction. With a
Back in 2011, Jennette penned a poignant essay in the Wall Street Journal, addressing her mother's illness. She wrote: "Underneath