The show is about a girl named Tori Vega who atends a preforming arts school, along with her sister Trina, her friends Andre, Robbie, Cat, Beck, and Beck's girlfriend Jade, who at first hated Tori, but then eventually becomes her friend.
Despite the fact that they attend a preforming arts school, as the series progresses, it focuses less on "living their dreams" and more on the character's normal teenage problems. For example, Jade can be occasionally insecure when it comes to Beck hanging out with other girls, like in the episode "Jade Dumps Beck", where Jade breaks up with Beck due to her jealousy of him hanging out with a celebrity named Alyssa Vaughn, or in "Wi-Fi in the Sky", where Jade becomes upset, when she learns that Beck is doing a favor for his cheerleader next door neighbor. It is the only show on Nickelodeon currently that deals with real problems of real teens, instead of, "OMG, our webshow doesn't get enough views!" (iCarly) or "I'm a douchebag pop singer who isn't famous enough, whatever will I do?" (Big Time Rush).
kid 2: I love that show I can't get enough of Victoria Justice, or Ariana Grande
Nickelodean hopes that this show will become a big hit and that fans will relize what a great actree vitoria justice is
what we are really getting is a DEEPLY UNFUNNY crapstorm that is an insult to eveyone intelligence that has hit puberty
If u thought Miranda Cosgrove from Icarly was boring and uninteresting- jus wait till u see this
i could write a better show than this if i was on my death bed
when did nikelodean become so unfunny and uninteresting that the only laughs or chukles they can get is by playing a 70's sitcom laugh-track. this is PATHETIC
Girl: By far its that new 1, Victorious
The first episodes center more on Tori (Victoria Justice), a 16-year-old singer who is accepted in a school of arts called Hollywood Arts for her talent. There she meets, Beck, (Avan Jogia), Andre (Leon Thomas), Cat (Ariana Grande), Jade (Elizabeth Gillies) and Robbie (Matt Bennett), the people who become her group of friends later on. The following episodes then focus less on Tori and more on her friends who become main characters too.
Contrary to what another definition has said about Victorious, it is NOT just a typical and boring show about "believing in yourself, becoming famous and fulfilling your dreams”. Most people who describe Victorious this way didn't even bother to watch past the first or second episode. The show is more about the main character's lives as teenagers than them pursuing their dreams.
I have noticed that many people nowadays hate on all Nick shows that do not have a particularly deep, psychological story full of plot twists (like As told by Ginger or Avatar: the last airbender, which are both amazing shows btw, had), but why would a show absolutely have to be like that to be a good show? That is definitely not the type of show Dan Schneider (the creator of Victorious) wanted to make, so don’t expect to see that kind of show. Victorious is a great COMEDY show that should be watched by people who feel like having a good laugh. And these people will have it if they do watch it.
So, watch it!
Person 2 : Watch Victorious on Nick!
There has been inter-television show contact in previous episodes between the characters of Victorious and iCarly, suggesting that the two stories are based in the same "world".
The audience is focused toward teens and pre-teens. The lead character, Tori Vega, is played by Victoria Justice, a semipopular singer. The producer/director of the show is Dan Schneider, also the previous director of the show iCarly. He is known for introducing the "PearPad", "PearPhone", and overall the "Pear" company as an imitator of the iPad and the iPhone.
Random Person #2: Yeah, I loved it.
A.J.: As much as I can bear. Nickeloden is just adding to the already swollen body of unispired pablum churned out on television for pre-pubescent little girls who actually believe Justin Bieber would waste any time with them.