Victorious (2010) - Comedy, Drama, Family

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Aspiring singer Tori Vega navigates life while attending a performing arts high school called Hollywood Arts.

IMDB: 6.8
Stars: Victoria Justice, Leon Thomas III
Length: 30 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-G
Reviews: 9 out of 57 found boring (15.78%)

One-line Reviews (21)

The character is bland.

Fans of Schneider's previous works will be right at home here, but unless you find Victoria Justice's character a more effective protagonist than, say, Zoey Brooks or Carly Shay, those who find shows like these predictable and cliché will likely retain the same opinion.

I think that Victorious is more enjoyable for people over, let's say, 13 to watch, than say iCarly.

For starters the concept of the show is FAAAAR too cliché, it's been done time and time again.

In short this could be one of Schneider's most mature efforts but unfortunately it still is oppressed by the bad writing and repetitive nature of its sister show.


This show has incredibly long (at least 10 seconds in duration) drawn-out virtualizations of Tori updating a blog of sorts from a cell phone, emulating the utterly pointless SMS networking site Twitter.

And this is why I'm continually impressed by "iCarly" and "Victorious," because they're entertaining, sweet, innocent, and funny - just like some of the older shows no longer on the air were back in the day.

The script is corny and predictable.

Again, with such a cliché and tired concept they could have done a better job with making the other part of this show better (the comedy chops and blah blah blah).

The story lines are well-paced with some identifiable ones, but also some very predictable ones too.

I understand that Victorious is designed for a younger audience, but let's be honest, it's easily one of the most quirky and just flat-out enjoyable nic shows out there.

Entertaining, yes.

I have truly wasted my time on this series and I have to fast forward for some episodes because it was just unbearable to watch.

the stories in this series are pretty solidly written which makes the show engaging.

The episodes are very pointless, same as in iCarly.


"Victorious" features entertaining-if-a-little-corny storylines, and a great cast, including the supremely-talented Liz Gillies and Ariana Grande who has turned mainly to singing, now.


Someone from a vastly different background making this show couldn't do what he does in making teen comedy shows funny, compelling, and continually interesting to watch.

I watched 'Drake and Josh' a bit when I was younger and even then only if I was bored.