Nickelodeon (ended 2013)



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Show Summary

Tori Vega is an aspiring singer who attends a performing arts high school. She leads a normal life, but when her sister has a medical accident on the night of their school's annual talent showcase, she steps in and takes her place. After being recognised for her talents, she gets offered the chance of a lifetime - an invitation to attend the elite Hollywood Arts High School.

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Fan Reviews (157)

  • sexy ;)

    Only watched to jack off to Jade, Tori and Cat
  • Stupid kids

    When i saw that my daughter was watching the show I slapped her and broke the TV . Only idiots like this show. Its an exact copy of i Carly. I bet only ugly indian kids like this show.
  • How did I ever like this show...

    For whatever reason, I used to like this awful show. Now I realize that this is like every other Nick show: awful acting, plots, humor, and characters. I mean they've got Tori, a brat, Cat, a complete idiot, Beck, who has girls flocking over him WHEN HE HAS A GIRLFRIEND, Robbie, who has a PUPPET (how pathetic can they get), Jade, a goth bully who happens to be Beck's girlfriend, and Trina, who is extremely annoying. I'm glad this show was cancelled.moreless
  • So So

    This show is okay l, I guess. I just think they try way too hard to be different from other tv shows. They make all the characters as weird as possible, which just ends up making them look ***ed.

    There are no normal characters on this show. Maybe Beck, but that's about it.

    The rest of them are weird, stupid, mean, and annoying as all hell. Trina, especially, is fucking irritating.moreless
  • Awesome

    This show is simply awesome and hilarious. From the characters to the acting to the storylines, it's the perfect view of a performing arts school and the lives of its students. Almost every episode is clever, creative, and enjoyable. It serves its purpose which is to entertain the audience. Even though some episodes are less good than others, but that's obviously common and prone to happen. I didn't find any episode to be bad except for a thousand berry balls, april fools blank, brain squeezers, and maybe cell block. It's just as good as iCarly. One is not any better than the other, although this show doesn't always seem to focus on a problem or something bad happening like in iCarly. Rex is funny and I like that they added a puppet to the show, but he's often rude and I don't always like that about him. On one hand I think the show would've been better off without him because it sort of ruins Robby's reputation which is why he doesn't have a girlfriend and people think he is weird and strange and nerdy, but on the other hand he's just trying to be funny and he definitely is and that's why I like Rex. If this were real life and Robbie eventually ditched him, having a puppet for the time being in school may be OK, but again it's hard to form a permanent opinion about it. But what I for sure don't like that he says it's not a puppet though and treats him as if he's an actual person even though he knows he's not real and that's just sad. Yes Cat got dumber in season 2, but that's what makes the show funny and I like it. Except for a few instances where she just talks irrelevant nonsense and can be kind of annoying and wish she could have kept her smarter more charming personality from season 1. And yes I wish they kept her real voice because it was better and think it's a bad idea to change it for no reason, but I don't find the fake one annoying. I mean it is compared to her real voice, but not in itself and I still like it so it's OK. Overall, an awesome show that ended too early just because of Nickelodeon's stupid ridiculous unfair 60 episode limit that makes no sense. Should've gone as long as iCarly because it was just as good and that's why they did iCarly over 100 episodes. Apparently they didn't think so. End of review.moreless

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