Nickelodeon Animated Comedy ‘The Loud House’ Sets Premiere Date – Get a First Look

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Nickelodeon has set a premiere date for its new animated comedy “The Loud House,” which will debut Monday, May 2, at 5 p.m., Variety has learned exclusively.

The series, which centers around 10 sisters and one brother, is inspired by creator Chris Savino’s life growing up in family of 10 kids.

The 26-episode series follows 11-year-old Lincoln Loud and his 10 sisters (Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lola, Lana, Lisa, and Lily) as he gives an inside look at what it takes to survive the chaos of a huge family. With his best bud Clyde, Lincoln always comes up with a plan to stay one step ahead of the chaos, but whether or not it works is where the adventures begin. Viewers can get a first look at full-length episodes from the series during previews on April 1 and April 15 on Nick.com, the Nick App, and Nick On Demand.

The concept is the first to be greenlit to series out of Nickelodeon’s annual Animated Shorts Program, which is designed to mine and cultivate a new generation of creative talent. Created and exec produced by Savino (“Rocko’s Modern Life,” “The Powerpuff Girls”), “The Loud House” voice cast includes Grant Palmer as Lincoln Loud; Caleel Harris as Clyde McBride; Catherine Taber as Lori; Liliana Mumy as Leni; Nika Futterman as Luna; Cristina Pucelli as Luan; Jessica DiCicco as Lynn and Lucy; Grey Griffin as Lola, Lana and Lily; and Lara Jill Miller as Lisa. “The Loud House” is produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Burbank, Calif.

Watch a sneak peek from the series premiere, “Left in the Dark,” below. In the episode, Lincoln wants to watch the finale of his favorite show, but in order to do that, he must beat each sister to the couch first.

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  1. Eddie says:

    Looks boring. Hope they don’t end every episode with a “lesson”.

  2. AP says:

    With Chris Savino spearheading the series, I’ll give this show a shot. Let’s hope Nick DOESN’T screw this up if the show is a success given Nick’s track record on canceling good shows.

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