Nickelodeon has renewed its popular show about a show on the Internet. And if you have tweens, you’ll know which show we’re talking about. It’s "iCarly," starring Miranda Cosgrove. Once Nickelodeon locked her in with a new deal, the show got renewed, reports Deadline.com.
The network has ordered 13 new episodes of the program, which will air in 2012. The most recent episode of "iCarly" drew 7.4 million viewers on Saturday, making it the most watched basic cable program that week and ranking as basic cable’s top kids’ telecast this year among total viewers, the story says.
The fourth season of the show is slated to being airing in May. The show follows Carly, played by Cosgrove, as she and her friends make webcasts for and about kids their age, the piece notes.