Nickelodeon's "Victorious," an original live-action comedy series from prolific creator and executive producer Dan Schneider ("iCarly," "Zoey 101," "Drake & Josh"), features teen star Victoria Justice ("Zoey 101," "Spectacular!"). The half-hour comedy series is set in a modern day Hollywood school for the performing arts and features an ensemble cast of teens who act, sing, dance and perform original music.

"Victorious" follows Tori Vega (Victoria Justice) a teen who unexpectedly finds herself navigating life at an elite performing arts high school. After her sister Trina (Daniella Monet, "Nancy Drew") has a medical mishap on the night of the school's annual talent showcase, Tori steps in to perform Trina's song. Accompanied on the piano by her musically-gifted friend Andre (Leon Thomas, "August Rush," "The Lion King," "iCarly"), Tori's singing and dancing impress the school's principal so much that she offers her the opportunity of a lifetime — an invitation to become a student at Hollywood Arts High School. From her first day at the school, Tori feels out of place among the amazingly talented students, especially mean diva Jade (Elizabeth Gillies, Broadway's acclaimed "13").

With the help of Trina, Andre and her new friends — brooding bad boy Beck (Avan Jogia, "Spectacular!"), eccentric Cat (Ariana Grande, Broadway's "13") and lovable but psychologically scrambled ventriloquist Robbie (Matthew Bennett) — Tori realizes that she was born to perform and that entertaining people not only makes her happy but may change her life. The series will feature original music performed by Victoria Justice and the ensemble cast.

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Network: Nickelodeon
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: March 27, 2010
Finale Date: February 2, 2013
Seasons: 4
Theme Song:
"Make It Shine" written by Michael Corcoran, Lukasz Gottwald, and Dan Schneider and performed by Victoria Justice
Production Company: Schneider's Bakery

'Sam & Cat' to Premiere This June — Nickelodeon's dynamic duo, Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande, star in the "iCarly" and "Victorious" spin-off comedy series, premiering Saturday, June 8. Read more...
'Victorious 3.0: Even More Music from the Hit TV Show' Comes Out in November — The new album from the Nickelodeon musical comedy series, starring Victoria Justice, features the brand new track "L.A. Boyz" and other songs from the final season. Read more...
2012 Primetime Emmy Awards Nominations — "The Big Bang Theory," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Girls," "Modern Family," "30 Rock" and "Veep" are up for Outstanding Comedy Series. Read more...

hbk says:
this is the best show ever
victoria says:
I LOVE your show!!!!Did you know my name is Victoria and kids at school call me Tori???That's kind of fraky, but cool at the same time!!!Bye! {:
deshonna says:
i love u show
ccabrams says:
Omg i love this show it is sooo awesome
cami says:
i luv victorious.victoria justice is luv the theme song 2 was great.

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