Ariana Grande had to dye her hair red for the show, because they didn't want all of the main characters to have brown hair. Later, Elizabeth Gilles dyed her hair black.
In late 2015 it was announced that Nick would produce another season.
Cat's catchphrase "What's that supposed to mean?" was actually taken from one of Dan Schneider's shows, The Amanda Show. There was a segment called Moody's Point where the character Misty would repeatedly use that line.
The blue and orange van is the same van as played in Raising Hope.
The victorious set is in Hollywood
Victoria Justice, Elizabeth Gillies, Leon Thomas III and Matt Bennett are the only ones to appear all of the episodes.
Nathan Kress ( Freddie Benson) from iCarly can be seen in the episode "Who Did it to Trina".
In the episode called "Jade Dumps Beck," Liz Gillies squeezed her burrito so hard that some of it landed in Victoria's hair and on Leon Thomas, too! (Whoops!)
In the episode "Who did it to Trina?" when Cat says that Trina and Tori work at the sushi conveyor belt and then the rest of the group says that was from Drake and Josh. Drake and Josh was another show was also created by Dan Schenider
Danielle Monet, who plays Trina Vega, also guest starred in Zoey 101.
All the main female leads except Victoria Justice are all vegans.
In the 1st episode, Cat (Ariana Grande) said she wasn't asked out to Prom yet in later episodes, Hollywood Arts said they didn't have a Prom.
Jeanette McCurdy plays two characters in the victorious world she plays Sam Puckett in the episode iparty with victorious and ponnie in the episode crazy ponnie.
The outside cafeteria scenes are actually set in the parking lot of Nickelodeon on Sunset studios. If you look carefully, you can see the traffic flowing on Sunset Blvd in the background.
The ketchup and mustard bottles are super short in the later seasons. It's because they used to have a problem with the ketchup and mustard blocking cast members' faces. So, they asked the prop team to shorten them.
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