Page 2 - 'Sam & Cat' Is Done - What's Next For Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande?
We may never know the complete truth behind why the show was axed, but considering Grande never thanked McCurdy in her farewell statement regarding the cancelation news, there probably had to be some sort of issues brewing between the two stars. Severe or not, Nickelodeon clearly didn’t want things to escalate. However, even though the two girls are out of a job, their careers won’t stop escalating just because of these series of unfortunate events. While McCurdy doesn’t have any projects lined up yet, she’ll undoubtedly find another role in film or TV eventually. One of her films, The Goree Girls starring Jennifer Aniston, is currently in development hell with no signs of release. The cancelation for Grande, on the other hand, might have been met with a sigh of relief, as now she can focus on her music full time. Releasing her upcoming album, My Everything, on August 22, Grande currently has two singles tearing up the Top 40 charts ('Problem' and 'Break Free'), and she’ll prove that her TV show ending won’t bring her down.
Ariana Grande's got a new album coming out in August
“But I don’t want ‘Sam & Cat’ to end! Dan Schnieder shows are the best!,” you may be thinking. We feel your pain. The TV producer behind ‘Sam & Cat,’ ‘Victorious,’ and ‘iCarly’ was also the brains behind gems like ‘All That’ and ‘Drake & Josh,’ so we don’t want him to go away either. Luckily, there’s some good news: Schneider’s newest show, ‘Henry Danger,’ was greenlit back in March and set to debut on Nickelodeon later this year. It’s not a spinoff of any previous show, and it doesn’t have any of his usual cast members, but it seems like the ‘Sam & Cat’ cancelation isn’t the worst thing to happen, and I bet McCurdy and Grande feel the same way.