Parents' Guide to

The Loud House

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Funny commentary on big-family dynamics has kindly messages.

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Community Reviews

age 8+

Based on 102 parent reviews

age 5+

best tv show

well from my opinion, i think Loud House is funny tv show for kids. why? because when the sibling want to do something for they’re family but it turns out they want to do it for themselves or not wanting help from them, and it’s tells them that in life they’re gonna say “i need your help” or i made a wrong choice...

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age 5+

Great show

At the end of every episode, there is always a lesson learnt

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Great role models
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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (102 ):
Kids say (204 ):

Inspired by personal experience, creator Chris Savino does a great job presenting the ups and downs of life in a big family as seen by the story's indomitable hero, Lincoln. Crucial to the story's appeal are the many distinct personalities of his sisters -- from demanding first child Lori (Catherine Taber) to gloomy emo Lucy (Jessica Di Cicco) -- who always manage to throw a wrench into their brother's plans. Sometimes it's on purpose; other times it's by accident, but in every case, it sends Lincoln on a comically desperate mission of self-advocacy to carve out his own place in a house that's overrun by girls.

Kids will come to The Loud House for the laughs, but they'll return for the excellent ensemble cast and the surprisingly heartwarming themes that dominate every story. Sibling rivalry and personality clashes have their rightful place in this show (it's not a fantasy, after all), but each time Lincoln seems ready to throw in the towel on his needs being met, one or more of his sisters come to his rescue in ways that would make any parent proud.

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