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Loudermilk is returning to Audience Network.
The Ron Livingston-led comedy has been renewed for a third season at the AT&T-owned platform. The comedy from Peter Farrelly and Bobby Mort will return for 10 half-hour episodes, with production set to begin in the spring in Vancouver for a premiere later in 2019.
The series, which The Hollywood Reporter has called a “surprise gem,” revolves around Loudermilk (Livingston), a recovering alcoholic and substance abuse counselor with a bad attitude about everything who pisses off everyone in his life.
Farrelly (Green Book, Dumb and Dumber) and Mort (The Colbert Report) created the series and will return as writers and exec producers.
“I couldn’t be happier going back to work on the third season of Loudermilk,” Farrelly said. “I’m working with hilarious and talented actors on the most writer-friendly network in town.”
The series hails from Shane Elrod, Kate Regan and Big Branch Productions’ Bart Peters.
“Whether it’s his blunt attitude or no-nonsense approach to life, fans have fallen for Sam Loudermilk,” said Daniel York, chief content officer and senior executive vp at AT&T. “We’re looking forward to bringing the show back for another season and can’t wait to see what comedic masterminds Peter and Bobby have in store.”
Loudermilk joins an Audience Network scripted originals slate that includes dramas Mr. Mercedes (renewed for a third season in 2019) and Condor (season two airs next year), as well as comedy You Me Her (renewed through season five in 2020).
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