If your children are fans of iCarly, they will enjoy the complete iCarly Season 4. My two daughters love the serious iCarly. It’s a show about three teenage friends who host their own web show in Carly’s attic. Its goofy and silly and full of crazy pranks and weird situations. In season four Freddy and Sam develop a little relationship and put Carly in the middle as mediator. Gibby also plays a bigger role in this season. At one point the cast is trapped in a crazy girl’s house, forced to have a birthday party with manequins. They try to escape through the chimney and Gibby gets stuck and forgotten about as the others get rescued by Freddie’s overprotective mom. Carly also starts dating a super smart guy.
The show is a lot of fun and definately held the interest of my two daughters, 9 and 11. However, I would not recommend it for small kids. It deals with a little more mature issues, like relationships and kissing. I would recommend it for tweens and teens, but be careful with younger kids. Sam is crude, mean, and disrespectful to adults. When my children were young they were also mean and nasty after watching the show. Now that they are older, they can handle it.
You can buy iCarly on sale for $15.83 on Amazon. It is regularly $19.99. It received a four out of five star rating from Amazon. You can also catch iCarly on Nickelodeon.
I received a free copy of iCarly: Season 4, to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. No other compensation was received.