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Posted Wednesday 12/05/18 at 1:45PM EST
Loudermilk renewed for Season 3
The Ron Livingston-starring Audience Network comedy has been renewed in advance of Season 2 finale on Dec. 19.
Posted Tuesday 9/25/18 at 1:05PM EDT
Watch the trailer for Season 2 of Loudermilk
Ron Livingston's AT&T Audience Network comedy returns Oct. 16.
Posted Friday 7/27/18 at 1:14PM EDT
Loudermilk gets a Season 2 premiere date
The Ron Livingston comedy returns for its second season on the AT&T Audience Network on Oct. 16.
Posted Thursday 4/12/18 at 1:02PM EDT
AT&T's Audience Network renews Loudermilk starring Ron Livingston
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
“I can’t wait to get the band back together to show the world just how much fun sobriety can be,” says Loudermilk co-creator Peter Farrelly of the Farrelly Brothers.
Posted Tuesday 10/17/17 at 11:32PM EDT
Generation X’s tendency to be grouchy is perfectly encapsulated on Better Things and Loudermilk
Source: The Washington Post
"Lately we seem adept but boring," Hank Stuever says of the TV portrayal of him and his fellow Gen-Xers. Pamela Adlon's FX dramedy and the Ron Livingston's new Audience Network dramedy, on the other hand, both “feature main characters who each offer unapologetic expressions of Generation X in a state of grumpy, middle-aged dissatisfaction,” says Stuever. “Too many of TV’s Gen-X characters are seen as icy, hypercapable bosses (see 48-year-old Anne Heche as an intelligence officer who remote-commands a special-ops outfit in NBC’s The Brave), working overtime to prevent chaos (50-year-old Kiefer Sutherland as a conspiracy-plagued U.S. president in ABC’s Designated Survivor; 51-year-old Téa Leoni as an overworked diplomat on CBS’s Madam Secretary; 40-year-old Kerry Washington as Olivia Pope in ABC’s Scandal), or, once in a while, serving as master manipulators (48-year-old Christian Slater in USA’s Mr. Robot).”