The Loud House
|The Loud House|
|Created by||Chris Savino|
Karla Sakas Shropshire
|Theme music composer||
|Opening theme||"In the Loud House"|
|Ending theme||"In the Loud House" (instrumental)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||28 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Chris Savino|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Nickelodeon Animation Studio|
|Distributor||Viacom Media Networks|
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|First shown in||June 5, 2014 - April 15, 2016|
|Original release||May 2, 2016 – present|
The Loud House is an American animated television series created by Chris Savino for Nickelodeon. The series revolves around the chaotic suburban everyday life of a boy named Lincoln Loud, who survives as the only son in a large family of eleven children. It premiered on May 2, 2016.
The series originated from a two-minute short film created by Savino in 2013 for the annual Animated Shorts Program as a pitch to the network, and was greenlighted for production the following year. The series is based on Savino's childhood growing up in a large family and its animation is largely influenced by newspaper comic strips.
Set in the fictional city of Royal Woods, Michigan (based on Royal Oak, Michigan), The Loud House centers on Lincoln Loud, an 11-year-old boy with ten sisters. His siblings are bossy eldest child Lori, ditzy yet beautiful Leni, aspiring rock star Luna, aspiring comedian Luan, athletic Lynn, gloomy goth Lucy, polar-opposite twins tomboy Lana and girly Lola, child prodigy Lisa, and baby Lily.
- Lincoln Loud (voiced by Sean Ryan Fox in the pilot, Grant Palmer in episodes 1-22, Collin Dean in episodes 23-present) — The 11-year-old middle child, only son of the Loud family and the only Loud child who has white hair. He will sometimes be breaking the fourth wall by speaking to the audience about the chaotic conditions of the household, its siblings and parents, and other things, not unlike in the style of shows such as Malcolm in the Middle. In "Cover Girls," it was mentioned that Lincoln is a look-a-like for Albert. Lincoln has been dating Ronnie Anne as of "Save the Date".
- Lori Loud (voiced by Catherine Taber) — The 17-year-old eldest child of the Loud family and the only Loud child with a driver's license. Lori is depicted as a bossy, short-tempered, sarcastic, and cynical teenager who is condescending towards her younger siblings. Despite this, she cares deeply about her family, especially Lincoln. Lori is usually seen using her smartphone when talking to her boyfriend Bobby.
- Leni Loud (voiced by Liliana Mumy) — The 16-year-old second-eldest child of the Loud family. Leni is depicted as a ditzy, kind, and beautiful dumb blonde who shows talents in fashion designing, wood-carving, and lock-picking. In "Along Came a Sister", it is revealed that Leni has a fear of spiders, although the fear is alluded to in her very first line of the series in the pilot.
- Luna Loud (voiced by Nika Futterman) — The 15-year-old third-eldest child of the Loud family and the second who speaks in a mixture of a British accent and a Swedish accent. She is a wild and upbeat musician and owns various instruments, with her signature instrument being the electric guitar. She very closely follows the words of her idol Mick Swagger and always encourages her family to "stay cool." In the episode "For Bros About to Rock," it is revealed that she has ruined all of her siblings' first concerts. She also appears to hold the youngest child Lily the most.
- Luan Loud (voiced by Cristina Pucelli) — The 14-year-old fourth-oldest of the Loud family and the comedian of the bunch; most of her dialogue consists of bad puns. She has braces, wears squirt-flowers on her shirt and shoes, owns a ventriloquist dummy named Mr. Coconuts, and at times will be seen with a video camera. Every April Fools Day, Luan becomes a prank-obsessed maniac, often leaving her family and others in complete fear of her and the holiday in general.
- Lynn Loud Jr. (voiced by Jessica DiCicco) — The 13-year-old fifth-oldest child of the Loud family and the athletic one of the bunch and the youngest teenager. She tends to start competitions among her siblings. In "Overnight Success", she is referred to as "Lynn Loud, Jr."
- Lucy Loud (voiced by Jessica DiCicco) — The 8-year-old fifth-youngest child of the Loud family. Lucy is a gloomy gothic girl with interests in poetry, séances, and gothic fiction. She has pale skin and long black hair that conceals her eyes. Lucy also has an uncanny ability to suddenly appear in places, which often frightens her siblings. She is not always dark and gloomy, though. In the episode "Sleuth or Consequences," it is revealed that she reads "Princess Pony" books because, as she puts it, she "needs a break" from her gothic lifestyle once in a while.
- Lana Loud (voiced by Grey DeLisle-Griffin) — The 6-year-old fourth-youngest child of the Loud family and the identical twin sister of Lola. Lana was born two minutes before Lola. She is a fun-loving tomboy who loves to get her hands dirty, which often annoys Lola. She is also a skilled handyworker. She also keeps countless pets.
- Lola Loud (voiced by Grey DeLisle-Griffin) — The 6-year-old third-youngest child of the Loud family and the identical twin sister of Lana. Lola is a bratty girly girl who is skilled at plotting and scheming to get her way. She assumes the role of an antagonist if her siblings anger her in any way which terrifies her siblings, especially Lincoln. Lola constantly enters and wins child beauty pageants.
- Lisa Loud (voiced by Lara Jill Miller) — The 4-year-old second-youngest child of the Loud family and a child prodigy who graduated from college early. She enjoys solving complex equations and performing elaborate experiments, often using her siblings and Clyde as test subjects. Lisa wears round glasses, speaks with a lateral lisp, and laughs maniacally when performing experiments. As seen in "Heavy Meddle" and "11 Louds a Leapin'," Lisa is devoid of emotions except for specific moments.
- Lily Loud (voiced by Grey DeLisle-Griffin) — The 1-year-old baby who is youngest child of the Loud family. Lincoln shares a special connection with Lily and babysits her on several occasions. Lily can walk independently and can be occasionally carried by any of her older siblings or her parents for longer distances. She has a habit of losing her diaper and the only phrase she utters aside from jibberish is "poo-poo," generally coupled with her diaper flying across the screen.
- Clyde McBride (voiced by Caleel Harris) — A nerdy 11-year-old boy who is the best friend of Lincoln. He is an adopted only child and spends almost all of his time with Lincoln. Clyde shares many interests with Lincoln such as video games and science fiction movies. He harbors an unrequited crush on Lori and tends to faint in her presence.
- Mr. Lynn Loud, Sr. (voiced by Brian Stepanek) — The father of the Loud children whose whole face is unseen until "11 Louds a Leapin'". Lynn Sr. often breaks up fights between his children before it goes too far. In "Along Came a Sister", it is revealed that he has a fear of spiders just like Leni. In "A Novel Idea", Lynn Sr. is shown to work at an office building. In "Cover Girls", it is revealed that Luan inherited her bad sense of humor from him. In "Study Muffin", it is implied that Luna gets her British accent from him.
- Rita (voiced by Jill Talley) — The mother of the Loud children and the daughter of Albert, whose whole face is also unseen until "11 Louds a Leapin'". She is the only member of the family with a single name and does not begin with "L". Rita is caring towards her children, but is not afraid to punish them if their fighting goes too far. Rita is shown to be more level-headed than her husband. In "A Novel Idea", Rita works as a dental assistant and is writing a novel that could lead to a different career path. In "Cover Girls", it is revealed that Rita met her husband when she was working as a crossing guard.
- Howard and Harold McBride (voiced by Michael McDonald and Wayne Brady) — Clyde's overprotective adoptive fathers who care deeply about their son's well-being. They shower Clyde with attention and rarely let him do anything unsupervised. Howard tends to get overemotional while watching his son grow up and is rather neurotic. Harold is a skilled chef and acts more calm and collected.
- Roberto "Bobby" Alejandro Martinez-Millan Luis Santiago Jr. (voiced by Carlos PenaVega) — A 17-year-old who is Lori's boyfriend and older brother of Ronnie Anne. He does various odd jobs like grocery store stockboy, lifeguard, mall security guard, and pizza delivery man. In "Save the Date", it is revealed that Bobby will retaliate if Ronnie Anne is offended in some way.
- Ronnie Anne Santiago (voiced by Breanna Yde) — The younger sister of Bobby who is Lincoln's schoolmate and girlfriend in "Save the Date". She is very tough and enjoys skating, video games, and pranks.
- Mrs. Agnes Johnson (voiced by Susanne Blakeslee) — The fifth-grade classroom teacher of Lincoln and Clyde.
- Mr. Grouse (voiced by John DiMaggio) - The elderly neighbor of the Loud family. In "11 Louds a Leapin'", it is revealed that Mr. Grouse tends to confiscate any items of the Loud siblings that end up on his property. Also, it is revealed that Mr. Grouse has an extended family that he can barely pay a visit to due to financial difficulties.
- Chunk (voiced by John DiMaggio) — A large, burly man with a British accent and a nose ring who is Luna's roadie.
- Cristina — One of Lincoln and Clyde's classmates, whom Lincoln initially has a crush on. She is one of the two characters to not speak.
- Dr. Lopez — Clyde's therapist who is never shown on screen. Clyde frequently calls Dr. Lopez and describes her teachings to Lincoln. She is one of the two characters to not speak.
- Flip (voiced by John DiMaggio) — The enthusiastic and somewhat stingy owner of a downtown gas station and convenience store called "Flip's Food & Fuel". As mentioned by Lisa in "The Butterfly Effect", Flip is the only person in Royal Woods who would hire a four-year-old with no experience.
- Mick Swagger (voiced by Jeff Bennett) — A rock star that Luna idolizes. His name is a spoof of Mick Jagger.
- Albert "Pop-Pop" (voiced by Fred Willard) — The father of Rita Loud and the grandfather of the Loud siblings. He is near-sighted and tends to forget to put on his glasses, which he wears around his neck. Although he lives at Sunset Canyon Retirement Home, Pop-Pop is still energetic.
Pets of the Loud family
- Charles — The Loud family's pit bull terrier dog, who is named after Charles M. Schulz.
- Cliff — The Loud family's pet Domestic Shorthair cat, who is named after Cliff Sterrett.
- Geo — The Loud family's pet Dwarf Hamster, who is named after George McManus.
- Walt — The Loud family's pet canary, who is named after Walt Kelly and Walt Disney.
- Izzy — Lana's pet lizard.
- Hops — Lana's pet frog.
- El Diablo — Lana's pet snake.
- Gary — Luan's pet rabbit.
- Lana also has at least a dozen other reptiles in her room.
- The Loud family also have several pet fishes.
Concept and production
The Loud House was created by Chris Savino for Nickelodeon. Savino based the series on his own experiences growing up in a large family. Early in development, the Loud family was going to be composed of rabbits, before Savino was advised to make them human. He pitched the idea to Nickelodeon in 2013 as a 2½-minute short for their annual Animated Shorts Program. In June 2014, Nickelodeon announced that The Loud House had been picked up for a season of 13 episodes. The episode order was later increased to 26. On May 25, 2016, Nickelodeon announced that the series had been picked up for a second season of 14 episodes later increased to 26. On October 19, 2016, the show had been picked up for a third season of 26 episodes.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||26||May 2, 2016||November 8, 2016|
|2||26||November 9, 2016||TBA|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboarded by||Original release date|
|1||1||"Bathroom Break!!"||Chris Savino||Chris Savino and Scott Kreamer||Chris Savino||June 5, 2014 (online)|
Lincoln attempts to reach the bathroom, but he must put up with his sisters' antics and outsmart Lori after she cuts in front of him.
Note 1: The show's original pilot, selected as part of the 2013 Nickelodeon Animated Shorts Program.Note 2: Sean Ryan Fox voices Lincoln in the pilot.
|2||2||"Slice of Life"||Kyle Marshall||Chris Savino||Jordan Rosato and Kyle Marshall||April 15, 2016 (online)|
Lincoln and his sisters fight over the last slice of pizza.Note: This is an adaptation of the 2015 mini-comic Lincoln Loud's ABCs of Getting the Last Slice.
|3||3||"Deuces Wild"||TBA||Karla Sakas Shropshire and Chris Savino||TBA||2017|
|Note: This will be an adaptation of the 2016 mini-comic.|
Season 1 (2016)
All episodes are directed by Chris Savino, though "The Price of Admission" and "One Flu Over the Loud House" were co-directed by Kyle Marshall.
|Title||Written by||Storyboarded by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1a||1a||"Left in the Dark"||Chris Savino|
Chris Savino and Karla Sakas
|Chris Savino||May 2, 2016||001||2.07|
A power outage hinders Lincoln's plan to outrun his sisters to the couch in time to watch his favourite show.Note: This episode made its debut on July 11, 2015 at San Diego Comic-Con International. It was also screened at aTVfest on February 5, 2016.
|1b||1b||"Get the Message"||Alec Schwimmer||Kyle Marshall||May 2, 2016||008||2.07|
|Lincoln accidentally leaves a scathing voicemail on Lori's smartphone. Meanwhile, Lola and Lana practice their new hall monitor roles at home.|
|2a||2a||"Heavy Meddle"||Ava Tramer||Miguel Puga||May 3, 2016||004||1.79|
|Lincoln is getting picked on by a bully at school, but he does not want his sisters to interfere.|
|2b||2b||"Making the Case"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Darin McGowan||May 3, 2016||007||1.79|
|Upset that he is the only child in his family to have never won anything, Lincoln secretly records his sisters' most embarrassing moments to win a school video contest.|
|3a||3a||"Driving Miss Hazy"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Rosato||May 9, 2016||011||1.74|
|Tired of doing Lori favors to get her to drive him around, Lincoln tries to help Leni pass her driving test.|
|3b||3b||"No Guts, No Glori"||Haley Mancini||Miguel Puga||May 10, 2016||012||1.85|
|Lincoln accidentally dethrones Lori as the family babysitter.|
|4a||4a||"The Sweet Spot"||Kevin Sullivan||Kyle Marshall||May 6, 2016||014||1.74|
Lincoln attempts to claim the best seat in the family van for a long road trip.Note: This episode was released on Nick.com and on digital platforms on April 1, 2016.
|4b||4b||"A Tale of Two Tables"||Michael Rubiner||Darin McGowan||May 6, 2016||013||1.74|
Lincoln tries to prove that he's mature enough to sit at the adults' dinner table.Note: This episode was released on Nick.com and on digital platforms on April 1, 2016.
|5a||5a||"Project Loud House"||Chris Savino and Michael Rubiner||Chris Savino||May 5, 2016||003||1.78|
|Lincoln tries to lead his sisters out the door to get his project to school on time and in one piece.|
|5b||5b||"In Tents Debate"||Bob Mittenthal||Ed Baker||May 5, 2016||010||1.78|
|The girls divide into two teams for family vacation destinations and Lincoln is the deciding vote.|
|6a||6a||"Sound of Silence"||Michael Rubiner||Jordan Rosato||May 19, 2016||006||1.79|
|Lincoln buys a pair of sound-canceling earbuds to drown out the noises his sisters make.|
|6b||6b||"Space Invader"||Chris Savino|
Chris Savino and Karla Sakas Shropshire
|Chris Savino||May 20, 2016||002||1.74|
|A quarrel with Lucy prompts Lynn to move in with Lincoln, much to his annoyance.|
|7a||7a||"Picture Perfect"||Scott Kreamer||Ed Baker||May 11, 2016||005||1.87|
|Lincoln tries to create a "perfect" family photo to give to his parents for their anniversary.|
|7b||7b||"Undie Pressure"||Alec Schwimmer||Violaine Briat||May 12, 2016||009||1.77|
|On a rainy day, Lola bets Lincoln that the girls can give up their own annoying habits longer than he can give up his habit of reading comic books in his underwear.|
|8a||8a||"Linc or Swim"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Rosato||May 13, 2016||018||1.84|
|On a hot day, Lincoln buys a kiddie pool for himself, without the girls' knowledge.|
|8b||8b||"Changing the Baby"||Alec Schwimmer||Violaine Briat||May 18, 2016||015||1.64|
|Feeling he has nothing in common with his sisters, Lincoln tries to mold Lily to be just like him.|
|9a||9a||"Overnight Success"||Kevin Sullivan||Darin McGowan||July 20, 2016||019||2.15|
|Clyde comes over for a sleepover and ends up making Lincoln jealous when he wants to hang out with the Loud sisters instead.|
|9b||9b||"Ties That Bind"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Miguel Puga||June 7, 2016||017||1.85|
|The Loud kids eavesdrop on their parents' conversation and mistakenly believes that they are planning to get rid of them.|
|10a||10a||"Hand-Me-Downer"||Michael Rubiner||Ed Baker||May 16, 2016||016||1.85|
Embarrassed by his new second-hand bike, Lincoln borrows Lynn's BMX without her permission and then he and Clyde join a local biker club.Note: This episode was released on Nick.com and on digital platforms on April 15, 2016.
|10b||10b||"Sleuth or Consequences"||Whitney Wetta and Sammie Crowley||Kyle Marshall||May 17, 2016||020||1.64|
Lincoln and Lucy investigate a toilet-clogging crime in the house to prove Lincoln's innocence.Note: This episode was released on Nick.com and on digital platforms on April 15, 2016.
|11a||11a||"Butterfly Effect"||Kevin Sullivan||Violaine Briat||June 9, 2016||021||1.93|
|Lincoln accidentally spills one of Lisa's potions, which unravels the household with chaotic results.|
|11b||11b||"The Green House"||Bob Mittenthal||Miguel Puga||June 8, 2016||022||1.88|
|To save his school social reputation, Lincoln manipulates his sisters to stop using electricity for a school environmental fundraiser.|
|12a||12a||"Along Came a Sister"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Rosato||May 4, 2016||024||1.80|
|Lincoln is given the responsibility of caring for his class's pet tarantula and tries to avoid it from an arachnophobic Leni.|
|12b||12b||"Chore and Peace"||Alec Schwimmer||Ed Baker||May 4, 2016||023||1.80|
|Sick of being stuck with garbage duty, Lincoln decides to go on strike until one of the girls swaps chores with him. Everyone was on strike until Lily has gone missing.|
|13a||13a||"For Bros About to Rock"||Alec Schwimmer||Darin McGowan||June 6, 2016||025||1.82|
|Luna accompanies Lincoln and Clyde to their first rock concert.|
|13b||13b||"It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House"||Chris Savino||Kyle Marshall||June 10, 2016||026||1.70|
|Lincoln uncovers an old document in the household attic and believes there is money hidden within the house.|
|14a||14a||"Toads and Tiaras"||Whitney Wetta and Sammie Crowley||Violaine Briat||July 21, 2016||027||1.95|
|When an injury prevents Lola from competing in the "Miss Prim & Perfect" pageant, Lincoln trains Lana to compete instead.|
|14b||14b||"Two Boys and a Baby"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Koch||July 19, 2016||028||2.28|
|Lincoln and Clyde take up the task of babysitting Lily while his family is away visiting Aunt Ruth.|
|15a||15a||"Cover Girls"||Sheela Shrinivas||Miguel Puga||August 1, 2016||029||2.16|
|During spring cleaning, all of Lincoln's sisters ask him to cover for them at the same time, but trouble strikes when all the children are asked to chat to their visually-impaired grandfather Pop-Pop via webcam.|
|15b||15b||"Save the Date"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Rosato||August 4, 2016||030||1.99|
|Lincoln is forced to go on a double date with Bobby's younger sister Ronnie Anne, Bobby, and Lori.|
|16a||16a||"Attention Deficit"||Kevin Sullivan||Darin McGowan||August 3, 2016||031||2.00|
|Lincoln starts spending more time at Clyde's house when Howard and Harold give him more attention than what he gets from his parents at home.|
|16b||16b||"Out on a Limo"||Alec Schwimmer||Kyle Marshall||August 2, 2016||032||2.21|
|Lincoln wins a ride in a limo and befriends a wealthy millionaire.|
|17a||17a||"House Music"||Kevin Sullivan||Violaine Briat||July 18, 2016||033||1.94|
|Luna forgets the importance of teamwork, when she is determined to impress to her idol Mick Swagger at the local Family Fun Fair.|
|17b||17b||"A Novel Idea"||Alec Schwimmer||Jordan Koch||July 22, 2016||034||1.80|
|Lincoln visits his mother's dental office on Take Your Daughter to Work Day.|
|18a||18a||"April Fools Rules"||Sammie Crowley and Whitney Wetta||Miguel Puga||September 23, 2016||035||1.95|
|Lincoln plans to sets off all of Luan's April Fool's Day pranks in the household before Ronnie Anne comes over.|
|18b||18b||"Cereal Offender"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Rosato||October 18, 2016||036||1.72|
|Lincoln takes the girls to the supermarket so he can buy the latest cereal.|
|19a||19a||"Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru"||Whitney Wetta and Sammie Crowley||Darin McGowan||September 13, 2016||037||1.63|
|Lincoln decides to sell knowledge on girls for his and Clyde's school business project.|
|19b||19b||"Come Sale Away"||Sheela Shrinivas|
|Kyle Marshall||September 12, 2016||038||1.66|
|The Loud children compete to outsell each other at the family's annual garage sale.|
|20a||20a||"Roughin' It"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Koch||September 14, 2016||040||1.52|
|Lincoln and Clyde get lost on a camping trip.|
|20b||20b||"The Waiting Game"||Kevin Sullivan||Violaine Briat||September 15, 2016||039||1.69|
|Lincoln lands Lori a job at the local pizza arcade, but takes advantage of her generosity.|
|21a||21a||"The Loudest Yard"||Bob Mittenthal||Miguel Puga||September 16, 2016||041||1.76|
|Lynn takes Lincoln's place on the peewee football team.|
|21b||21b||"Raw Deal"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Rosato||October 19, 2016||042||1.72|
|Lincoln becomes a hypochondriac when Lucy predicts his day will "end in disaster".|
|22a||22a||"Dance, Dance Resolution"||Alec Schwimmer|
|Violaine Briat||September 19, 2016||045||1.67|
|When Lincoln lies that Ronnie Anne has not asked him to his school's Sadie Hawkins dance, Lucy, Lynn, Luna and Luan accidentally set him up with their own choice of dates.|
|22b||22b||"A Fair to Remember"||Kevin Sullivan||Darin McGowan||September 20, 2016||043||1.73|
When Bobby starts hanging out with Lincoln, Lori tries to make him jealous by spending time with Clyde.Note: This is the last episode where Grant Palmer provides the voice of Lincoln
|23a||23a||"One of the Boys"||Kevin Sullivan||Jordan Rosato||October 17, 2016||048||1.72|
Lisa makes Lincoln go into an ultimate dimension to make his dream of having 10 brothers come trueGrant Palmer's voice matured due to puberty.
|23b||23b||"A Tattler's Tale"||Sammie Crowley and Whitney Wetta||Jordan Koch||September 21, 2016||046||1.82|
|Lola is desperate to join her siblings' nighttime secrets club, but they refuse to let her in because of her tattletale tendencies.|
|24a||24a||"Funny Business"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Miguel Puga||November 7, 2016||047||2.00|
|Luan hires Lincoln as her clown asssistant for birthday parties, but he starts hogging the spotlight from her.|
|24b||24b||"Snow Bored"||Whitney Wetta and Sammie Crowley||Darin McGowan||November 8, 2016||049||1.73|
|The Loud kids try to show Lisa the joys of a snow day where she ends up getting addicted to snowball fights enough to arrange for some cloud-seeding for another snow day.|
|25a||25a||"The Price of Admission"||Sheela Shrinivas||Kyle Marshall||October 15, 2016||044||1.82|
|After watching a scary movie called The Harvester against his parents' orders, Lincoln finds himself unable to sleep.|
|25b||25b||"One Flu Over the Loud House"||Alec Schwimmer||Kyle Marshall||October 15, 2016||050||1.82|
|In a spoof of the zombie apocalypse genre, a flu outbreak infects the Loud household.|
|26a||26a||"Study Muffin"||Michael Rubiner||Violaine Briat||October 20, 2016||051||1.84|
Lincoln's new tutor Hugh finds himself the unfortunate apple of the Loud girls' eye as well as the eyes of Mr. Loud and the Loud Family pets.Note: The song "Why Oh Why" by Love Letter is in this episode.
|26b||26b||"Homespun"||Karla Sakas Shropshire||Jordan Koch||September 22, 2016||052||1.92|
|When a tornado threatens the Loud house, the Loud kids reminisce about the fun events that happened in their household.|
Season 2 (2016–17)
All episodes are directed by Chris Savino, though "The Old and the Restless" was co-directed by Kyle Marshall.
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Internationally, the series premiered in Israel and Italy on May 15. It premiered in Latin America, Brazil, Poland, Germany, France and Africa the following day. It began airing in Southeast Asia on May 20. Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland's Nickelodeon channels premiered the show on May 30. In Canada, YTV aired a sneak peek of the series on September 5, 2016, which was followed by an official premiere on September 6, 2016.
In other languages
- Croatian: Kuća obitelji Glasnić
- Italian: A casa dei Loud
- Spain: Una Casa de Locos
- Latin America: The Loud House
- French: Bienvenue chez les Loud
- Portugal: Loud em Casa
- Brazil: The Loud House
- Polish: Harmidom
The Loud House became the number-one children's animated series on television within its first month on the air. Throughout May 2016, it received an average of 68% more viewers in its target audience of children aged 6–11 than broadcasts on Nickelodeon in May of the previous year. It replaced SpongeBob SquarePants as the network's highest-rated program in June 2016, holding an average Nielsen rating of 4.9 among the 2–11 demographic at the time.
The Los Angeles Times cited The Loud House as a major factor in maintaining Nickelodeon's position as the highest-rated children's network in summer 2016. During the show's fourth week of premieres, Cyma Zarghami announced that it was continuing to draw more viewers than any other program on the channel.
The show's highest-rated episode, with 2.28 million viewers upon its premiere, is "Two Boys and a Baby." This was the first episode to air after it was announced that Howard and Harold McBride would be debuting on the program. The first episode of The Loud House shown at prime time, "11 Louds a Leapin'," was the seventh most-viewed telecast across all U.S. households on Friday, November 25, 2016.
The Loud House has received mostly positive reviews, specifically for its animation, voice acting, and the heartwarming themes of each episode. Emily Ashby of Common Sense Media praised the show's voice cast and thematic messages, writing that "kids will come to The Loud House for the laughs, but they'll return for the ensemble cast and the surprisingly heartwarming themes that dominate every story." Kevin Johnson of The A.V. Club gave the show a B+, noting that "the female characters are defined by their traits, but never judged for them."
The characters of Howard and Harold McBride have received praise for being a positive representation of a married same-sex couple. They are the first same-sex couple to be featured in a Nicktoon. Laura Bradley of Vanity Fair stated that The Loud House "handles the topic [of same-sex marriage] in exactly the right way...this kind of casual representation in children's programming is a milestone." De Elizabeth of Teen Vogue wrote, "The best part is that the show doesn’t treat these characters any differently, or even introduce them with a heavy asterisk about their marital status." The Frisky's Tai Gooden mentioned that "kids who have two dads (or moms) will be more than thrilled to see a family they can identify with on TV." Time reported that "people are thrilled about Nickelodeon's decision" to include a gay couple. However, the characters have been met with criticism from conservative media groups. The American Family Association attempted to prevent Nickelodeon from airing scenes featuring the McBride parents, saying that "Nickelodeon should stick to entertaining instead of pushing an agenda."
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- Official website
- Official Tumblr
- Official Instagram
- The Loud House at the Internet Movie Database
- The Loud House at TV.com
- The Loud House at Moviefone
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