What is Loudermilk (TV) About?
Loudermilk is an American comedy-drama television series created by Peter Farrelly and Bobby Mort. The show centers around the character Sam Loudermilk, a substance abuse counselor with a notoriously bad attitude and a history of alcoholism. Played by Ron Livingston, Sam is unapologetically uncensored and often manages to irk everyone around him. The series made its debut on October 17, 2017, on the AT&T Audience Network and features a talented cast including Will Sasso, Laura Mennell, Anja Savcic, Mat Fraser, Toby Levins, and Mark Brandon. Following the network's closure, Amazon secured the streaming rights and released the previously unaired third season in December 2020 in select countries. The U.S. debut of the series took place in March 2021, with the third season being added to the platform the following month. The creators have expressed intentions for additional seasons, and in January 2024, Sony Distribution licensed all three seasons to be available on Netflix and Amazon. Despite the unrealized subsequent seasons, the show has earned a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim for its dark humor and compelling portrayal of addiction and recovery.
The first episode of Loudermilk aired on October 17, 2017 and the most recent episode to air was on December 31, 2020.