If you’ve been watching the “iCarly” reboot, you know that the 13th and final episode of the season ends on a cliffhanger. Two men (neither of them Freddie, sorry, Creddie shippers) declared their love for Carly right before she and her friends were rescued from their campsite. So one thing the second season has to do is get Carly to choose between new beau Wes (Josh Plasse) and old boyfriend Beau (Conor Husting), who broke up with her in the pilot.
In addition to resolving that storyline, which will be done pretty quickly in “a very ‘iCarly’ way,” Schouten told EW, the showrunner says that she wants to do an early episode tackling a serious issue: what it means to be a woman on the internet. “Originally, Carly was the first of her kind, she was one of the first content creators — now they’re everywhere,” Schouten said. “And women in particular face a certain set of challenges that Carly would be facing, and that we should and will be looking at.”
Beyond that, though, viewers may just have to wait until Season 2 comes to find out what’s in store for Carly and friends.