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TV movies are suppose to be 90 minutes or 2 hours (including commercials). They are suppose to be shot in single camera format and not use a laugh track. They also don't usually count as episodes. Nickelodeon calls iGo to Japan, iDate a Bad Boy, iFight Shelby Marx, iQuit iCarly, iPsycho, and iStart a Fanwar as movies so they think they can get more viewers, just like they call multiple half-hour iCarly episodes as specials. So far Nick is calling iParty with Victorious a television event, not a movie. Tell me what you think about those iCarly episodes. Here are some examples of real TV movies.
- Shredderman Rules (Nick, 2007)
- Last Day of Summer (Nick, 2007)
- High School Musical 2 (Disney, 2007)
- Camp Rock (Disney, 2008)
- Gym Teacher: The Movie (Nick, 2008)
- Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh (Nick, 2008)
- Spectacular! (Nick, 2009)
- Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie (Disney, 2009)
- Camp Rock 2 (Disney, 2010)
- The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (Nick, 2010)
- Best Player (Nick, 2011)
- Grow Up, Timmy Turner (Nick, 2011)