Loudermilk (2017– )

TV Series   |    |  Comedy


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Centers on Sam Loudermilk, a recovering alcoholic and substance abuse counselor with a bad attitude. Although he has his drinking under control, Loudermilk discovers that when your life is a mess, getting clean is the easy part.

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7.6/10
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Creators:

Peter Farrelly, Bobby Mort

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17 November 2017 | rudyallan
9
| A Musical Critical Review Louder than Words
This review of Loudermilk is basically a up to date review of IMDb. As you can see by the chronological order on here, reviewers seem to need to trash great things in order to feel like they are being heard/respected. In reality, quick to the punch reviewers have dropped the critical level of IMDb down to barrel scrapping. What they need here, just like everywhere else, is a block button to fully block some people and their garble.

Yes, the music tracks on Loudermik are greatly on-point. The comedy is brilliantly gritty, the timing is cutting edge. The actors are mostly unknown but very skilled. Its real-time, street-level Vancouver camera work is taken to a whole new level a la Louie. There are many, many levels to the humor and to the story-line. Some might go over your head and if you like prime-time you will hate Loudermilk. In fact, its safe to say that private production has risen head and shoulders above Hollywood sitcoms and its about time. The 12 step scenes make "Mom" look like a Mexican soap opera. And its not coincidental that Ron Livingston's appearance transgresses Search Party's timing. I love that Canada is joining the ranks of the new, high quality, independent production movement. I also love the location choice of Vancouver.

The only thing I can say to sum up is "I am surprised Hollywood/Networks/Lorre have fallen so far so fast and not attempted to counter its quick demise"... Rest in peace Prime Time. You had a great run. Hard to believe sponsors are still buying that crap.

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