The Loud House features 11-year-old Lincoln Loud, who lives in a house with his ten sisters - eldest sister Lori, unintelligent Leni, aspiring rock star Luna, jokester and comedian Luan, energetic athlete Lynn, gloomy emo Lucy, personality-opposite twins Lola and Lana, intellectual genius Lisa, and baby Lily. His room is a closet, his family has one bathroom, and his sisters drive him crazy. As he talks to the viewer about his life, he goes on adventures, does attempts, and even fight with his sisters, but with the help of his best friend Clyde, he avoids everything his sisters throw at him.
The Loud family
- Lincoln Loud - an 11-year-old boy who is the only son in his family.
- Lori Loud - the oldest sister in the family. She is a bossy and cynical teenager who bosses her siblings around and is often calling or texting her boyfriend Bobby on her smartphone.
- Leni Loud - the second-oldest sister in the family. She is kind-hearted, but also not very bright.
- Luna Loud - the third-oldest sister in the family. She is a free-spirited musician with an interest in rock and roll music.
- Luan Loud - the fourth-oldest sister in the family and a prankster.
- Lynn Loud - the fifth-oldest sister in the family. She is an athletic 13-year old.
- Lucy Loud - the fifth-youngest sister in the family. She is an emo goth.
- Lana and Lola Loud - the fourth- and third-youngest sisters in the family, who are twins with opposite personalities. The two usually fight, even around Lincoln.
- Lisa Loud - the second-youngest sister in the family who, despite her young age, is very smart.
- Lily Loud - the youngest sister in the family. She is only one year old, and her diaper has a foul smell, which she takes off mostly.
- Mom and Dad - the parents of the Loud family. Both of their faces are never seen onscreen.
- Charles - The Loud family's pet pitbull terrier dog.
- Cliff - The Loud family's pet cat.
- Geo - The Loud family's pet hamster.
- Walt - The Loud family's pet bird.
- Izzy - Lana's pet lizard.
- Clyde McBride - Lincoln's best friend, who serves as a wingman to him in his exploits and has an unrequited crush on Lori.
- Howard and Harold McBride - Clyde's same-gender parents. They enjoy doing their taxes with their son.
- Bobby Santiago - Lori's boyfriend, who is normally seen texting or calling her. He has multiple jobs, including mall security officer and lifeguard.
- Ronnie Anne Santiago - Lincoln's schoolmate and Bobby's younger sister, who enjoys skating and pranks. She has a crush on Lincoln.
- Mrs. Johnson - Lincoln's fifth-grade class teacher.
- Chunk - Luna's roadie, a large burly man who speaks with a British accent.
- Mick Swagger - A famous singer and leader of a rock band whom Luna is a big fan of.
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The series was created by veteran animator Chris Savino. The show was inspired by Savino's childhood, where he lives with his many sisters, just like Lincoln. During early development, Savino originally wrote the characters as rabbits, before he made them to modern humans. The Loud family originally consisted of 22 sisters, but Savino notices that it was too much sisters. There, he shortened them to ten.
The first season originally consisted of 13 episodes (26 segments in total), but Nickelodeon changed it to 26 (52 segments in total).
Two episodes ("A Tale of Two Tables"/"The Sweet Spot" and "Hand-Me-Downer"/"Sleuth or Consequences") were released digitally on Nick.com, the Nick app, Nick's video-on-demand service and digital platforms in April 2016, a month before the series' official debut on May 2.
Brand-new episodes would air every week at 5:00 pm EST, before a brand-new episode of another show.
It was announced that the show's second season was greenlit on May 25, 2016.
A free comic book entitled Lincoln Loud's ABCs of Getting the Last Slice was released exclusively at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2015. It featured Lincoln and his sisters fighting to see who gets the last slice of pizza. It was remade into a webisode on Nick.com, titled "Slice of Life". A second comic, titled Deuces Wild, was created for the 2016 Comic-Con, and is also planned to be adapted as an animated short. Comics based on the show are also scheduled to appear in upcoming issues of Nickelodeon Magazine.