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The new comedy will return for Season 2.
April 16, 2018
Audience Network has announced that Loudermilk will be returning for a second season. The comedy premiered last fall with a 10-episode run that garnered praise from audiences and critics alike.
The series stars Ron Livingston as Sam Loudermilk, a recovering alcoholic and substance abuse counselor with a bad attitude about most things in life. And while he has a handle on his drinking issues, he comes to learn that when your life is a mess, getting clean is the easy part.
Production on Season 2 of Loudermilk is slated to start this summer, with an expected return in the fall.
04/17/18 at 07:26pm
Tyrok clearly doesn't know that EVERYTHING is available eon the internet.. even this show.
04/17/18 at 06:08pm
@Tyrok - that is why I said season 1. It isn't unprecedented - look at what Showtime does with some of it's shows. I think it is a failed plan if they think they are going draw people to their service if they only make a few shows and then only make those shows only ever available if you have their service. Netflix, Hulu and Prime have dozens of shows each and cost 1/3 as much as the cheapest DirecTV NOW package.
04/17/18 at 01:24pm
You won't be seeing this show anywhere outside of DirecTV, DTV Now, or ATT Uverse anytime soon for the same reason you don't see Netflix or Hulu shows on Prime. The whole point is to draw people to their service and allowing them to be seen elsewhere would defeat the purpose.
04/17/18 at 01:17pm
My wife and I loved this show. I just want to say it's nothing like the Charlie Sheen FX show. Loudermilk, is very well written, clever, very funny and very dark at times. I was one of our must watch 1st shows each week.
04/17/18 at 11:24am
Isn’t this show the exact same premise as the Charlie sheen FX show? Both are pandering to a small set of viewers. How do these shows continue to get picked up?
04/17/18 at 07:36am
Awesome - great show. Was a bit worried because Audience is DirecTV/DTV NOW only. Even then I had switched from DirecTV to DirecTV NOW mid-season and it took them a while to add it and make it available via on demand. Hopefully they will license the season 1 viewing rights to Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime to try and get it a bigger following.