Nickelodeon’s Victorious may have only aired for four seasons from 2010 to 2013, but it still left a lasting impact. The hit show followed the hilarious endeavors of talented teens as they navigated life, love and their dreams while attending the performing arts high school Hollywood Arts.

The cast of relative unknowns has given way to some of the biggest stars in the entertainment business, including. Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice and Elizabeth Gillies. Many of the main cast members have remained close friends over the years, sharing photos from their reunions for a holiday pajama party in 2015, Grande’s birthday in 2016 and virtually for the show’s 10-year anniversary in 2020.

Every time the cast gets together, fans speculate about the possibility of a reboot — something several of the actors have teased in the past. In 2017, Gillies told PEOPLE she would be “so down” for resurrecting the show after Grande posted that it “needs a proper finale.”

I’m ready to do one tomorrow,” Gillies added. “I think everybody’s down. … We got even extended cast members to agree to it.”

The show’s lead, Justice, got fans excited for a potential reboot as recently as 2021. “I’m not saying that there haven’t been discussions, but I’m just saying, who knows?” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I don’t want to get anyone’s hopes up: There’s nothing in the works, but I don’t know. We all love each other, and it was such a fun time. So who knows?”

Still, planning a reboot may prove difficult, with a number of the stars having explosive careers. Grande is now one of the biggest pop singers in the world; Justice has starred in several popular movies and released music of her own; Gillies was the lead in The CW revival of Dynasty and Leon Thomas III has written songs for Drake (even winning a Grammy!).

Here’s where the cast of Victorious are now and what they’ve been doing since the show ended.

Victoria Justice as Tori Vega

Victoria Justice as Tori Vega on ‘Victorous’. ; Victoria Justice is seen at the Planet Omega launch event on November 09, 2023 in New York City.

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Victoria Justice, originally from Hollywood, Florida, made her acting debut on Gilmore Girls at just 10 years old. She got her big break when she starred as Lola Martinez on Nickelodeon’s hit show Zoey 101 from 2005 to 2008. She went on to lead the Nick musical Spectacular! in 2009.

Justice reached peak teen star status as the namesake character of Victorious — Tori Vega — in 2010 when she was 17. She has said Zoey 101 creator Dan Schneider built the show around her after learning she could sing, dance and act.

In the years following Victorious’ ending, Justice released her debut single “Gold” in 2013, starred as Janet in Fox’s live musical adaptation of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in 2016 and was featured in several Netflix projects, like the romance A Perfect Pairing.

Most recently, she has refocused on her passion for music, releasing three singles. In February 2023, she dropped her song “Last Man Standing” and teased an upcoming debut album. The same year, she landed a role in The Tutor alongside Noah Schnapp and Garrett Hudlund.

When Zoey 101 announced a reboot movie called Zoey 102, which premiered in July 2023, fans were surprised to see Justice missing from the trailer. “To be honest with you, I don’t really know much about it,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I was hearing things about a reboot, but no one had ever really talked to me specifically about it.”

As for a Victorious comeback, Justice would be thrilled to be involved. She remembered fond memories of her time on the show in 2020, when it celebrated its 10th anniversary.

“In a lot of ways it feels like it was just yesterday,” she captioned behind-the-scene photos on Instagram. “I’ll never forget how I cried at our very first table read. I cried because I was sooo frickin’ happy! This show changed my life & I’m so grateful I got to share it with this amazing, insanely talented group of people.”

Ariana Grande as Cat Valentine

Ariana Grande as Cat Valentine in ‘Victorious’. ; Ariana Grande in 2023.

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Ariana Grande, originally from Boca Raton, Florida, starred in Victorious as the bubbly redhead with a high-pitched voice: Cat Valentine. She was 16 years old when season 1 premiered and quickly became a standout star.

Her character was so popular that when the show ended, she got her own spinoff alongside Jennette McCurdy called Sam & Cat, which aired for one season in 2013.

However, Grande earned attention for her impressive singing chops before setting foot on a Nickelodeon stage.

At age 8, she sang the National Anthem at a Panthers game and did several productions with Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theater, including her stint as Annie. Five years later, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue music and acting, the latter breaking ground with Victorious.

In 2011, she released her first single, “Put Your Hearts Up” with Republic Records. Her first full album, Yours Truly, featuring her first hit song, “The Way,” was unveiled two years later. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

From then on, she became better known for her singing skills and music industry success. Grande has won two Grammy Awards, three Billboard Music Awards and several MTV VMAs, among many other accolades.

While she doesn’t do much acting anymore, she appeared in Scream Queens and Don’t Look Up. After playing Penny Pingleton in NBC’s Hairspray Live! in 2016, she is now combining her acting and singing abilities again to portray Glinda in the upcoming 2024 film adaptation of Wicked.

Leon Thomas III as Andre Harris

Leon Thomas III as Andre Harris in ‘Victorious’ ; Leon Thomas III at an event in February 2023.

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While many of the stars in Victorious used the show as a jumping-off point for acting, Leon Thomas III, from New York City, knew he was focused on the music industry.

“At 13 years old, I got signed to Nickelodeon on a development deal and was given an opportunity to pursue music professionally,” he told PEOPLE. “That was the moment I started taking my songwriting seriously, working towards getting to the next level.”

He made a splash working on Grande’s Yours Truly album and has since collaborated with other artists, like Drake, JAY-Z, Lil Wayne and SZA. In 2022, he became the first artist signed to Ty Dolla $ign’s new EZMNY Records imprint and started working on his first album.

“I feel like writing from a true and honest place about personal experiences [makes for] the best songs because they are relatable to the rest of the world,” he explained.

Matt Bennett as Robbie Shapiro

Matt Bennett as Robbie Shapiro in ‘Victorious’ ; Matt Bennett attends the premiere of ‘Finch’ in November 2021.

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New York native Matt Bennett began his acting career in 2009 in a TV movie called Totally for Teens. The following year, he landed his first film role in Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s The Virginity Hit. Bennett then scored the role of puppet-touting nerd Robbie in Victorious in 2011 at age 19.

In the time since, he has starred in several film and TV shows, including Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, The Stanford Prison Experiment, Manson Family Vacation and Fresh Off the Boat. He also released a studio album in 2016 called Terminal Cases.

Staying close friends with his Victorious castmates, Bennett appeared in two of Grande’s music videos, surprised fans onstage during her Sweetener tour and guest starred on an episode of Dynasty alongside Gillies.

Most recently, in 2022, Bennett became a DJ who often plays Nickelodeon and Disney-themed songs during his touring dance parties.

Elizabeth Gillies as Jade West

Elizabeth Gillies as Jade West in ‘Victorious’ ; Elizabeth Gillies attends Billboard Women in Music in March 2023.

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Elizabeth Gillies started her acting career with a number of minor roles in The Black Donnellys, The Clique and Harold. She also met Grande while working on Jason Robert Brown’s new musical 13. The production moved to Broadway shortly after that, and she stayed on until it ended in 2009.

The next year, she got her first major role as the rebellious character Jade in Victorious when she was 17 years old, something she told PEOPLE was a “perfect” fit.

“I came from musical theater, so I was always pairing the two, and then I was lucky enough to be on Victorious … and that had a music element and an acting element and comedy,” she said.

The character was a fun challenge as well. “I love playing Jade. I always say she’s not so much the ‘mean’ girl, but the ‘bad’ girl in so many ways,” Gillies told HuffPost. “She has a lot of human qualities to her … It’s nice to play a character with some depth.”

Years later, Gillies found herself in another role that brought together her many talents, playing Denis Leary‘s daughter Gigi in the show Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.

“To get to do drama and comedy and improv and to sing — I’m so lucky,” she told PEOPLE. “Even when I was on Nickelodeon, I talked and had the sense of humor of someone much older than me, so it’s fun for me to kind of be myself more on this.”

In 2017, Gillies was cast as Fallon Carrington in The CW reboot of the ’80s soap opera Dynasty. After five seasons and 108 episodes, the show ended in 2022.

During this time, the New Jersey native also appeared onstage at the Atlanta stop of Grande’s Sweetener world tour to perform two Victorious songs with her.

“We’re totally close. She’s like blood to me, she’s like my sister,” she told PEOPLE of her relationship with Grande in 2015. “I’ve known her since what feels like the beginning of time.”

In 2020, Gillies married producer and composer Michael Corcoran.

Avan Jogia as Beck Oliver

Avan Jogia as Beck Oliver in ‘Victorious’. ; Avan Jogia in 2023.

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Canadian actor and musician Avan Jogia already had some credits under his belt when he came to Victorious, including the television film A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story, a recurring role in The CW television sitcom Aliens in America and a spot in the Nickelodeon original films Gym Teacher: The Movie. He also starred alongside Justice in Spectacular! In 2009.

While starting work on Caprica, a Battlestar Galactica spinoff, he was cast as Jade’s boyfriend and Tori’s crush, Beck, on Victorious. Speaking with Teen Vogue, Jogia revealed that he has mixed feelings about his time on the show.

“As far as my career, I try not to think about that time too much,” he said. “I have always tried to focus on the work itself. … I don’t look back on [Nickelodeon] fondly. But I do think it’s interesting to see just what it means to people. It’s touching, but also it’s out of your control.”

However, he also described the project as “some of the greatest years of my life” in an interview with PEOPLE. Jogia credited his fellow cast members as a major reason for making it a memorable era.

“It was like college. All those people are my loved ones, and we grew up together, and we got to experience L.A. for the first time together, and go to adult stuff,” he said. “As much as the onscreen stuff is interesting, the behind-the-scenes stuff is really the things I remember the most, my friendships with everyone.”

Daniella Monet as Trina Vega

Daniella Monet as Trina Vega in ‘Victorious’ ; Daniella Monet visits Hallmark Channel’s ‘Home & Family’ in January 2020.

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Daniella Monet, originally from Los Angeles, played Tori Vega’s older sister in Victorious, but it was far from her first role. She broke onto the acting scene in the NBC drama series American Dreams in 2003. This was followed up by the CBS sitcom Listen Up! and Nickelodeon viewers may have also recognized her as Rebecca Martin from Zoey 101.

Amid these roles, Monet was in consideration to play Hannah Montana before Miley Cyrus got the role.

In December 2017, Monet got engaged to Andrew Gardener after six years of dating. The couple welcomed their first child, a son, in September 2019 and had a daughter in February 2021. they tied the knot in December 2022.

Monet lives a vegan lifestyle and runs a website called Daniella’s Digest where she inspires followers to “live your best ethical life” and be “passionately plant based with purpose.”