Speaking of the color orange, it seems that Kel just can’t get enough of it since he’s returned to Nickelodeon! The Good Burger star is making his triumphant comeback to the network to star in their newest sitcom Game Shakers.
The show was created by Dan Schnieder, who is also responsible for iCarly and Victorious. It centers around a duo of 7th grade girls, Babe and Kenzie, who create a very successful mobile gamming app then later start a company in Brooklyn called Game Shakers with their close friend Hudson.
Kel plays the role of Double G who happens to be a very successful, yet unpredictable rapper who first threatens to sue the girls for using his song without permission. He later then joins forces by becoming a partner in the business.
Game Shakers is set to premier later this year on Nick so be sure to check your local listings.
Who would’ve guessed we’d see Kel back home where he belongs? Welcome back Kel!
There can’t be smoke without fire, and for Ariana Grande her smoke came soon after her Nickelodeon series, Sam & Cat, was cancelled.
It takes strength and courage to admit the truth even if, for Ariana, that honesty includes slightly dissing your former employer.
The actress is speaking about what life was like working for Nick. Although there were many good moments there were plenty bad moments as well, and Ariana is sharing them all.
“It was a blessing and one of my childhood dreams comes true,” she says, “For a long time, I was attached to a character that was nothing like myself. It was a little frustrating.”
It’s understandable that playing the same person on television, for many years, can become exhausting. Especially when she’s played the same character previously on Victorious. To play a character that’s nothing like you can also be frustrating, but wait!
I thought that’s why it’s called acting!
Lucky for Ariana, her troubles and hard feelings against Nick are long gone since her show has been cancelled. So no hard feelings, right Nick?