Apparently it only took a single season to teach us 'How to Rock.'
Producer David Israel posted on Deadline.com that Nickelodeon will not be renewing the Cymphonique Miller vehicle for a second helping. This news comes amidst a flurry of Nick-related news, as several live-action pilots have been ordered and two other live-action series have been cancelled in the past few weeks. 'How to Rock' takes its place under the Nickelodeon guillotine, falling into a basket that already contains 'Victorious' (cancelled after three seasons) and 'iCarly,' the hit Miranda Cosgrove series that has been a staple of Nick's line-up for six seasons.
Every closed door opens another, as the cliche goes, and 'iCarly's cancellation serves only to usher in two different spinoffs of the series ordered for Nickelodeon's new season, both created by 'iCarly's Dan Schnieder. There will not be such a happy ending for 'How to Rock' fans, as the single season of the series wasn't deemed successful enough to consider expanding the franchise. What is certain is that this will not be the last fans see of 'How to Rock's star Cymphonique Miller, who has collected an impressive array of roles over the past four years.
Three of the new live-action pilots ordered by Nickelodeon (unaffiliated with 'iCarly') are 'Instant Mom,' 'The Haunted Hathaways' and 'The Thundermans.'