Loudermilk - Season 1
In a dramatic drama, we recount the story of a man named Loudermilk, a counselor who has recovered from drugs. Perhaps the counselor will make sure that cleanliness is the easy part no matter how chaotic life is. The series begins with the threat of loss of space for weekly meetings. Loudermilk must try to contact a young addict for help. On the other hand, Kater still harasses Tom and turns his life into hell, but whatever Kater tried, Tom never shakes.
- Episode 01: A Girl in Trouble is a Temporary Thing
- Episode 02: Shark Week
- Episode 03: You're Only as Sick as Your Secrets
- Episode 04: It's All About the Beans
- Episode 05: There's A New Kid in Town
- Episode 06: Lay, Lady, Lay
- Episode 07: Father of the Year
- Episode 08: Invitation Only
- Episode 09: Highway 10 Revisited
- Episode 10: Bourbon Street
Actors Of "Loudermilk - Season 1"
Critics Of "Loudermilk - Season 1"
Los Angeles Times
October 17, 2017 Though it feels contrived at times, or willfully outrageous - this is Peter Farrelly of the Farrelly Brothers, remember - it can also be authentically charmingRead in Source
October 18, 2017 This is one of the ongoing TV season's better new comedies.Read in Source
October 17, 2017 As the series progresses, Loudermilk's sobriety and his pessimistic attitude toward life are tested, making the character more three-dimensional. He and the show named after him start off interesting and get better as they proceed.Read in Source
Los Angeles Daily News
October 19, 2017 The series ... has an appealing likeability to it. Mostly, that is thanks to Livingston who always keeps the character real.Read in Source
October 16, 2017 At a time when substance abuse of all sorts is roiling the nation, Loudermik, forgive the pun, is a sobering comedy, in every sense.Read in Source
Salt Lake Tribune
October 21, 2017 It's supposed to be funny, but it's not. Which is a problem for a comedy.Read in Source
October 18, 2017 The closer this show gets to the truth, the more honest it feels. It may not always get there, but like the character that gives it its title, it's at least trying.Read in Source
AARP Movies for Grownups
October 20, 2017 It's a perfect lead role for Ron Livingston.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
October 13, 2017 Loudermilk stands out for several reasons, first among them, the show's beautifully realized scripts, followed closely behind by fascinating performances.Read in Source
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