Jennette McCurdy Announces Her Next Show After ‘Sam & Cat’ Cancellation

Wed, August 13, 2014 4:55pm EST by 2 Comments
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Sarah

Posted at 7:26 AM on August 18, 2014  

Hi my names sarah and jennete

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John

Posted at 11:20 PM on August 13, 2014  

Produced by Jennette McCurdy and her producer friend Colton Tran, McCurdy’s latest project, an online mini-series titled ‘What’s Next for Sarah” has just confirmed what we all thought was true when all of this drama between McCurdy, Grande, and Nickelodeon just started coming to fruition. Long story short, McCurdy and Grande are definitely NO LONGER friends! In one of the short “episodes”, McCurdy was in a health food store when suddenly this girl named “Gloriana” appeared, dressed very similarly to how Grande looks now, ponytail and all. She made her sound really ditzy and into herself. Furthermore, I suppose her “executives” in the series are supposed to resemble the execs over at Nickelodeon. Despite playing the role of “Sarah”, according to McCurdy, it is based off of her real life. The cancellation of her “hit show” is also addressed more toward the beginning, but also includes a scene that shows her “boyfriend” breaking up with her as well, even though that we all know that McCurdy was the one that broke it off with Drummond, with subsequent lingerie photos of McCurdy making headlines not long after the fact, in which I still believe she leaked for the media attention. All in all, either way you slice it, the series is a slightly immature, yet slightly humorous take on what McCurdy plans to do with her future now that her “hit show” a.k.a. the late “Sam & Cat”…has been cancelled.

My overall rating for “What’s Next for Sarah”: C+

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