TV’s Top Animated House Gets Louder With Season Three Renewal

by Stuart Winchester, Viacom


They’re partying right now at The Loud House. And no wonder: Nick’s rollicking portrait of young Lincoln Loud growing up as the only boy in a house of 10 sisters is a smash hit. It’s the number one animated show on television, with an average of 2 million viewers per episode, and the net just renewed it for a third season. Read all about it by clicking through below:

We’re celebrating the renewal in my home too. My 8-year-old can’t get enough of the Loud crew’s escapades. When the show isn’t playing on one of Nick’s channels, she’ll dig past episodes out from the on-demand stash to further immerse herself into the wild family dynamic of Lincoln and his sisters Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn Jr., Lucy, Lana, Lola, Lisa and Lily. Here’s a peak:

I have to admit, I often watch along with her. The show is endearing and familiar enough – even if you didn’t grow up in a large family – to appeal to adults, while being a madcap and wild enough portrayal of growing up to resonate with a little kid.

As the popularity of the show grows, Nick is doing more and more cool stuff around it, like this The Loud House “instacomic,” a digital, interactive comic book on Instagram:

If you haven’t seen the show yet, you’ll get hooked from the frantic, high-energy opening theme song. Here’s an extended version from Nick’s YouTube page. Enjoy the chaos.




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