Victorious Says Good Bye After One Last Season

It looks like Tori Vega and the rest of Hollywood Arts High School are packing up after 15 episodes.
by Macy Alcaraz   |  Aug 15, 2012
photo courtesy of Nickelodeon (Victorious)
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Dan Schneider—creator of Victorious and other Nickelodeon series such as iCarly, Drake & Josh, and Zoey 101—took to his blog to clarify news about the show being canceled.

"I've heard some people use the word 'canceled' – which isn't accurate in this case. The term 'canceled' is usually used when a TV show gets poor ratings, causing the network to end the show early. TV shows that aren't doing well get canceled.

Ratings for Victorious have always been high, thanks to the FANS. Also, just last month, Victorious was nominated for three Emmys. And just before that, Victorious won the Kids Choice Award for Favorite TV Show."

He explains that most live-action Nickelodeon shows have a lifespan of about 60 episodes and such was the case with Victorious. He also thanks all the fans who have supported the show and promise that the last season will be amazing.

Are you sad that Victorious is ending? What will you miss about the show? And what are you excited about the final season? Leave a comment below!

(via Deadline)

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