AT&T's AUDIENCE Network's freshman comedy Loudermilk was a success during its debut. Therefore, nothing surprising is in the fact that the broadcaster has opted to pick up the show for a sophomore season. According to the official announcement, the next season will contain ten episodes, while production upon another installment started this summer, in July.
AUDIENCE Network also announced that Loudermilk would return for Season 2 this fall. But no exact date has been specified. We, frankly, have been expecting the renewal because of the universal acclaim of the comedy series.
Indeed, Loudermilk has showcased quite favorable results during its debut. On Rotten Tomatoes, the current chapter of the show holds a score of 7.12/10 and a 91% approval rating among critics, while the viewers have evaluated the current round of Loudermilk at 4.6/5/92%. Meanwhile, the series' score on Metacritic is also high, 76/100 and 6.1/10, among critics/viewers, respectively. On IMDb, Loudermilk keeps the steady rating of 7.4/10 > 750 votes.
It seems that Dan York, executive vice president and chief content officer, AT&T, is entirely satisfied with the results of the current installment of Loudermilk. He said that the viewers were excited by Sam Loudermilk's cynical charm. We conclude thereby that the reception by critics and viewers was a crucial factor which has eventually played in favor of renewal.
What's The Show Loudermilk About?If you are not a subscriber to the AT&T's AUDIENCE Network and thereby you didn't have a chance watching Loudermilk yet, we would suggest you read a brief overview of the comedy series below. Otherwise, you might scroll down to learn our forecast on the subject of the likely release date for another season.
The story focuses on Sam Loudermilk, a recovering alcohol and drug addict counselor. Despite the fact that Sam doesn't drink anymore, his negative attitude to everything capable of pissing off anyone.