The Loud House is an American animated television series created by Chris Savino that premiered on Nickelodeon on May 2, 2016. The series revolves around the chaotic everyday life of a boy named Lincoln Loud, who is the middle child and only son in a large family of 11 children. It is set in a fictional town in southeastern Michigan called Royal Woods, based on Savino's hometown of Royal Oak. The series was pitched to the network in 2013 as a two-minute short film entered in the annual Animated Shorts Program. It entered production the following year.[3] The series is based on Savino's own childhood growing up in a large family, and its animation is largely influenced by newspaper comic strips.

The Loud House
GenreComedy[1]
Created byChris Savino
Creative directors
  • Amanda Rynda (2016–2019)
  • Ashley Kliment-Baker (2019–present)
Voices of
Theme music composer
Opening theme"The Loud House Theme Song"[2] by Michelle Lewis, Doug Rockwell, and Chris Savino
Ending theme"The Loud House End Credit" by Freddy Horvath and Chris Savino
ComposerDoug Rockwell
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons8
No. of episodes274 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
  • Chris Savino (2016–2018)
  • Michael Rubiner (2018–present)
  • Kyle Marshall (2020–present)
Producers
  • Karen Malach (2016–2021)
  • Ian Murray (2021–present)
Running time11 minutes (regular)
22 minutes (specials)
43 minutes ("Schooled!" only)
Production companyNickelodeon Animation Studio
Original release
NetworkNickelodeon
ReleaseMay 2, 2016 (2016-05-02) –
present
Related
The Loud House franchise

Since its debut, the series has gained high ratings, becoming the top-rated children's animated series on American television within its first month on the air.[4] The series has received considerable media attention and nominations at both the 28th and the 29th GLAAD Media Awards for its inclusion of Howard and Harold McBride, two supporting characters who are an interracial gay married couple. Their introduction into the series was reported in the news as being historic and caused a rating surge.[5] In May 2017, the characters of Lincoln Loud and Clyde McBride were featured on the front cover of Variety as an example of diverse characters in children's television.[6]

As of June 2024, eight seasons of the series have been broadcast. The series has spawned a multimedia franchise, including the spin-off series The Casagrandes, which aired from October 2019 to September 2022, an animated feature film that was released on Netflix in August 2021, a live-action television film that premiered in November 2021, and live-action series The Really Loud House that premiered in November 2022. Additionally, a second live-action television film A Really Haunted Loud House premiered in September 2023, as well as a second animated feature film, The Casagrandes Movie, which premiered in March 2024 on Netflix.

Premise

Lincoln Loud is the only boy and the middle child in a family of eleven children residing in the fictional town of Royal Woods, Michigan. He has ten sisters with distinctive personalities consisting of bossy eldest child Lori, ditzy fashionista Leni, musician Luna, comedian Luan, athletic Lynn Jr., gloomy poetic goth Lucy, polar opposite twins Lana and Lola, child genius Lisa, and baby Lily. Lincoln occasionally breaks the fourth wall to explain to the viewers the chaotic conditions and sibling relationships of the household, and continually devises plans to make his life in the Loud House better.

During the first four seasons, Lori, Leni, Luna, and Luan were in high school, Lynn was in middle school, and Lincoln, Lucy, Lana, Lola, and Lisa were in elementary school. In the fifth season, the Loud siblings aged up a year with Lori going to Fairway University, Lincoln going to middle school, and Lily going to preschool.[7]

Episodes

SeasonSegmentsEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
15226May 2, 2016 (2016-05-02)November 8, 2016 (2016-11-08)
24926November 9, 2016 (2016-11-09)December 1, 2017 (2017-12-01)
34826January 19, 2018 (2018-01-19)March 7, 2019 (2019-03-07)
45026May 27, 2019 (2019-05-27)July 23, 2020 (2020-07-23)
SpecialMay 23, 2020 (2020-05-23)
54726September 11, 2020 (2020-09-11)March 4, 2022 (2022-03-04)
SpecialsFebruary 15, 2021 (2021-02-15)September 4, 2023 (2023-09-04)
64926March 11, 2022 (2022-03-11)May 16, 2023 (2023-05-16)
73820May 17, 2023 (2023-05-17)June 6, 2024 (2024-06-06)
8TBATBAJune 10, 2024 (2024-06-10)TBA

Production

Development

The Loud House was created by Chris Savino for Nickelodeon. Savino based the series on his own experiences growing up in a large family.[8] Early in development, the Loud family was going to be composed of rabbits, but this was terminated when an executive, Jenna Boyd, asked Savino to make them human.[9][10] The idea of the Loud family being rabbits became used as Lincoln's dream in the Season 3 episode "White Hare". He pitched the idea to Nickelodeon in 2013 as a 2+12-minute short for their annual Animated Shorts Program.[11] In June 2014, Nickelodeon announced that The Loud House had been picked up for a season of 13 episodes.[12] The episode order was later increased to 26.[13] On May 25, 2016, Nickelodeon announced that the series had been picked up for a second season of 14 episodes later increased to 26.[14] On October 19, 2016, the series had been picked up for a third season of 26 episodes.[15] Savino has cited Peanuts and Polly and Her Pals as influences on the show's characterizations and animation. Newspaper comic strips are also influences on the show's background art.

Episodes are produced at Nickelodeon Animation Studio in Burbank, California, USA and animated by Canadian studio Jam Filled Entertainment.

Savino's firing

On October 17, 2017, Cartoon Brew reported that Chris Savino was suspended from the studio due to allegations of sexual harassment, the report noting that rumors of Savino's behavior have existed for "at least a decade".[16] On October 19, a Nickelodeon spokesperson confirmed that Savino had been fired from the studio, and that the series will continue production without him.[17] Six days later on October 23, Savino spoke for the first time since his firing saying he said he was "deeply sorry" for his actions.[18] Alongside the announcement of the series being greenlit for a fourth season, it was revealed that story editor Michael Rubiner had now been named executive producer and showrunner.[19] On May 30, 2018, Savino was suspended from The Animation Guild, IATSE Local 839, for one year.[20]

Broadcast

The series debuted on Nickelodeon on May 2, 2016, with new episodes premiering every weekday that month.[21] The first trailer for the series premiered on March 13, 2016.[22] The series also aired on AFN Family.

Internationally, the series premiered in Israel and Italy on May 15.[23] It premiered in Latin America, Brazil, Poland, Germany, France and Africa the following day.[24] It began airing in Southeast Asia on May 20. Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland's Nickelodeon channels premiered the series on May 30.[25] 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.[26]

The series premiered on May 15, 2016, in the Middle East and North Africa on Nickelodeon, dubbed in Gulf Arabic.

In India, the series premiered on Nick HD+ on May 18, 2020.[27]

Home media

DVD releases
Region Set title Season(s) Aspect ratio Episode count Time length Release date
1 Welcome to The Loud House[28] 1 16:9 13 305 minutes May 23, 2017
It Gets Louder[29] 293 minutes May 22, 2018
Relative Chaos[30] 2 May 21, 2019
Absolute Madness[31] May 19, 2020
Road Tripped[32] 3 May 18, 2021
The Complete First Season[33] 1 26 TBA October 19, 2021
The Complete Second Season[34] 2 TBA October 19, 2021
Cooked[35] 3 13 TBA November 2, 2021
The Complete Third Season[36] 26 TBA May 24, 2022
2 A Very Loud Christmas (UK)[37] 1, 2 7 90 minutes October 29, 2018
Intégrale de la saison 1[38] 1 1.78:1 26 572 minutes December 5, 2018
L'amour vache[39] 7 154 minutes
La chasse au trésor[40] 6 132 minutes
Les sœurs à la rescousse[41]
Tempête à la maison[42] 7 154 minutes
Intégrale de la saison 2[43] 2 26 572 minutes December 4, 2019
Tirages de portraits[44] 7 154 minutes
Chaos familial[45] 6 132 minutes
Photo de groupe[46] 7 154 minutes
Les vacances à la neige[47] 6 132 minutes
Intégrale de la saison 3[48] 3 24 572 minutes November 11, 2020
Saison 4 : partie 1[49] 4 13 TBA November 17, 2021
Les Casagrandes[50] 16:9 7 154 minutes
Les rois de la convention[51] 6 132 minutes
Saison 4: partie 2[52] 1.78:1 13 286 minutes February 23, 2022
Intégrale de la saison 4[53] 26 TBA October 5, 2022
4 A Very Loud Christmas (Australia)[54] 1,2 16:9 7 90 minutes November 14, 2018

Reception

Critical

The Loud House has received positive reviews, specifically for its animation, voice acting, characterization, 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."[55] Kevin Johnson of The A.V. Club gave the series a B+, noting that "the female characters are defined by their traits, but never judged for them."[56]

In the show's later years, it received heavy criticism for its long-running status and growing amount of spin-offs and extended media, with critics and audiences alleging the series was experiencing a decline in quality. Ryan Lewis of CBR.com wrote that "Nickelodeon tried too hard to match SpongeBob's influence and immediately took to creating spin-offs, a Netflix movie, and countless merchandise. These efforts may have been justified had The Loud House not been written with one-note stock characters making up its main cast."[57]

LGBT representation

As with other animated series of the decade, The Loud House has been noted for its strong implementation of LGBT themes, including same-sex relationships and people of color. The characters of Howard and Harold McBride have received praise for being a positive representation of an interracial gay married couple.[58] They are the first married gay couple to be featured in a Nicktoon.[59][60] 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."[61] 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."[62] 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."[63] Time reported that "people are thrilled about Nickelodeon's decision" to include a gay couple.[64] Some conservative groups, by contrast, have criticized the introduction of the characters. The One Million Moms division of the American Family Association objected to scenes featuring the McBride parents and unsuccessfully pushed for the episode in which they first appeared to be edited to exclude the couple,[65] saying that "Nickelodeon should stick to entertaining instead of pushing an agenda."[66] The Kenya Film Classification Board also called for the suspension of the series on pay television service DStv, saying that the animated series "promotes the Lesbian, Gay and Transgender agenda."[67]

Kenya's film and classification board (KFCB) has called for the suspension of several US-produced children's programs running on channels provided by TV company MultiChoice. The board said the cartoons featured "disturbing content glorifying homosexual behavior" which was not suitable for children.

The animation programs are The Loud House, The Legend of Korra, and Hey Arnold, which run on the Nickelodeon channel, and Clarence, Steven Universe, and Adventure Time which air on Cartoon Network. ...

It's wasn't immediately clear if the supposedly offending Nickelodeon episodes ever aired in Kenya. Viacom Africa, which licenses the Nickelodeon shows said last July it would not be airing such shows in South Africa and the rest of sub Saharan Africa.

— Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz Africa, [68]

Ratings

The Loud House became the number-one children's animated series on television within its first month on the air.[4] 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.[69] As of June 2016, it was Nickelodeon's highest-rated program, beating SpongeBob SquarePants with an average Nielsen rating of 4.9 among the 2–11 demographic at the time.[70]

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.[71] 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.[72]

The show's highest-rated episode, with 2.28 million viewers upon its premiere, is "Two Boys and a Baby".[73] 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 November 25, 2016.[74]

Awards and nominations

The Loud House's portrayal of interracial gay married couple Howard and Harold McBride led the series to be nominated for Outstanding Individual Episode at the 28th GLAAD Media Awards and for Outstanding Kids & Family Programming at the 29th, 31st, 32nd and 35th GLAAD Media Awards. The series has also been nominated for Favorite Cartoon at the Kids' Choice Awards every year since 2017.

Year Presenter Award/Category Nominee Status Ref.
2017 28th GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Individual Episode "Attention Deficit" Nominated [75]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Cartoon The Loud House Nominated
Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – Teen Actor Grant Palmer Won
ASCAP Screen Television Award Top Television Series Doug Rockwell
Michelle Lewis
Phillip Cimino
Won [76]
2018 29th GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Kids & Family Programming The Loud House Nominated [77]
45th Annie Awards Outstanding Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Amanda Rynda
Larry Murphy
Edgar Duncan
Hallie Wilson
Jared Morgan
Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Cartoon The Loud House Nominated
2018 Genesis Awards Outstanding Children's Programming "Frog Wild" Won [78]
45th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program Kyle Marshall
Lisa Schaffer
Nominated
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program Eric Acosta
Sammie Crowley
Karla Shropshire
Kevin Sullivan
Whitney Wetta
Michael Rubiner
Nominated
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Cartoon The Loud House Won
2019 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Cartoon Nominated [79]
46th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Children's Animated Series Won [80]
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program Eric Acosta
Sammie Crowley
Karla Sakas Shirosphire
Kevin Sullivan
Whitney Wetta
Michael Rubiner
Won
Outstanding Editing in an Animated Program Oliver Pearce
Amaris Cavin
Gayle M. Grech
Andrew Huang
Monica DeStefano
Rachel Russakoff
Jon Kinyon
Richard A. Domincus
Matthew Malach
Matt Brailey
Nominated
Outstanding Music Direction and Composition Doug Rockwell
Michelle Lewis
Nominated
Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – Teen Actor Andre Robinson Won
Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – Teen Actress Brie Singleton Nominated
Imagen Awards Best Children's Television Programming The Loud House Won
2020 31st GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Kids & Family Programming Nominated [81]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Animated Series Nominated [82]
47th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Children's Animated Series Nominated [83][84]
2021 32nd GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Kids & Family Programming Nominated [85]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Animated Series Nominated [86]
2022 33rd GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Kids & Family Programming Nominated [87]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Cartoon Nominated [88]
1st Children's and Family Emmy Awards Outstanding Voice Performance in an Animated Program Grey DeLisle Nominated [89]
Outstanding Younger Voice Performer in an Animated or Preschool Animated Program Asher Bishop Nominated [90]
2023 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Animated Show The Loud House Nominated [91]
2024 35th GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Kids and Family Programming - Animated Pending [92]

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