Nickelodeon Debuts New Episodes Of “iCarly,” “Victorious,” “Big Time Rush” Nickelodeon’s audience is in for a Friday evening jam-packed with entertainment. The cable network dedicated to kids will be premiering new episodes of the first season shows “Victorious” and “Big Time Rush.” Kicking off the festivities will be the hour-long “iCarly” movie, “iPsycho,” beginning at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The seventh in the series of movies based on Nick’s most popular original program, “iPsycho” follows Internet stars Carly (Miranda Cosgrove), Sam (Jennette McCurdy) and Freddie (Nathan Kress) as they reach out to one of their biggest fans, an awkward teen girl who wants the trio to appear at her birthday party. However, things take a nasty turn when she holds the group hostage, leaving Carly, Sam and Freddie’s friend Gibby (Noah Munck) to save the day. The movie is also available as the computer game “iDefeat Psychos” at the Web site iCarly.com, where players control Gibby in his quest to rescue his pals. Following the latest “iCarly” movie is the new “Victorious” episode “Robarazzi,” in which performing arts high school student Tori (Victoria Justice) encourages her friend Robbie (Matt Bennett) to strengthen his blog with exciting new video content. But when he becomes unexpectedly popular from the new material, his ego soars, Tori has to bring him back down to Earth. Meanwhile, fellow friend Cat (Ariana Grande) struggles with a shopping addiction with the SkyStore catalog. Rounding out the night’s lineup will be the “Big Time Rush” episode “Big Time Dance” in which the members of the title boy band find themselves with a dilemma on the final day of school: Not only do they have to arrange the school dance and find dates for themselves, but their future as performers hinges on the gig, which is also their first show with an audience. Legendary male model Fabio guest stars in the episode, as well.