Whatever Happened To Freddie From iCarly?

On “iCarly,” Freddie Benson often finds himself in uncomfortable situations, whether it’s due to his overbearing mom, unreciprocated love for Carly Shay, or the bullying antics of Sam Puckett. However, all of this is nothing compared to what Nathan Kress’ character, Kyle, goes through in “Alive in Denver.”

Under the impression that the apocalypse is on the way, Kyle and his friends tell each other their innermost secrets in this digital scripted show by Fullscreen. They’re about to die anyway, so why does it matter? However, the world doesn’t come to an end after all, and now they’re forced to move forth in life while dealing with the consequences of their confessions.

In an interview with NKD Mag (via Just Jared), Kress said of the eight-episode series, “It was one of the most fun things I’ve ever done.” He continued, “When I read the script for the first time, pretty much every page had something that made me laugh out loud, and then I would read the script again five days later, and I would still laugh out loud.” Unfortunately, the series appears to be difficult to find online, being online-exclusive, and many fans of Kress probably haven’t been able to track it down to give it a watch.

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