Name: Victorious | Type: Comedy | Run Time: 2010 Network: IMDB rating: 6.8 Seasons: 4 Full Episodes: 53 Streamed:
Full Show Summary: The only thing tougher than getting into a performing arts high school is actually attending the classes, as aspiring singer and student finds out when she gets into Hollywood Arts High School by accident. (It was just obvious that she was a better singer than her older sister, so the natural thing to do was get her into the school). Tori doesn’t know if she really fits in at Hollywood Arts, and in her attempt to find her place there she gets into come crazy situations but not without making some friends and getting into some screwy adventures along the way. Among her friends are Andre Harris, a prodigious musical talent, who encourages a slightly less than confident Tori to stay at the school and encourages her to pursue her singing. Robbie Shapiro is a ventriloquist who is usually more comfortable talking through Rex, his puppet, who actually seems to have a distinct personality of his own. Jade West is a goth who may be one of Tori’s closest friends or her worst enemy, nobody’s really sure which. Cat Valentine might not be the brightest bulb but she means well. There is plenty of humor of singing of well-known songs as Tori and her friends make it through school. “Victorious” is a comedy for kids who know exactly how hard it can be to fit in at any high school, much less a performing arts one. They get involved in singing, theatrical productions and learn what it takes to get by in an artistic world. Misunderstandings and conflict sometimes get in the way but they always learn a valuable lesson about life and friendship, while delivering plenty of laughs along the way. “Victorious” portrays situations that young viewers will be able to laugh at and easily relate to.