‘Victorious’ is now on Netflix

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The 2010 hit Nickelodeon classic “Victorious” made its way to Netflix this past week and people are freaking out.

The show featuring Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande, Elizabeth Gillies, Matthew Bennett, Avan Jogia, Leon Thomas and Daniella Monet aired on Nickelodeon from 2010 to 2013. The show has four seasons spanning 57 episodes that are all available on Netflix.

Fans across social media expressed their happiness this past week with memes and quotes from their favorite characters and songs featured from the show. One fan on Twitter wrote “I wish I was as hot as jade from victorious”and another tweeted about imaginary tech featured on the show.

But the fans weren’t the only ones who noticed that the show is on the streaming platform. Victoria Justice expressed her excitement with the show being added to Netflix on Twitter stating, “Victorious was added to Netflix this week and it’s been so cool seeing you guys reminisce about when it first aired.” 

One fan replied to Victoria saying that the cast of Victorious is her “favorite cast,” to which Ariana Grande responded with “mine too.” 

Leon Thomas also tweeted a thank you to the fans who have been binge watching the show. 

“Shout out to everybody watching victorious on @Netflix,” Thomas tweeted. “We really appreciate the continued support.”

There are also fans on Twitter discussing the idea that the show needs a reunion episode. Back in 2017, Ariana Grande tweeted the series creator Dan Schneider on the show’s seven year anniversary saying, “You’re a legend & Victorious needs a finale.” She tagged Dan and her “Victorious” costars in the tweet and Leon, Elizabeth, Victoria, Matthew, Avan and Daniella all replied that they were in.

So hopefully soon we’ll see a reunion happening, but in the meantime we can continue to binge watch the show in its entirety on Netflix!

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Kristin Orr
Kristin is a senior here at UMD. She’ll be graduating with a major in Journalism and Screen Studies. This is her first semester writing for the A&E section at The Michigan Journal. Kristin is also an amateur photographer, and enjoys covering music and film.