Nickelodeon has greenlit the first series from its 2013 Animated Shorts Program and has named 11 finalists from its 2014 program, the network announced Thursday.
The kids-targeted network has commissioned a 13-episode order for The Loud House, which follows an 11-year old boy’s attempts to survive in a large family of 10 sisters, said network officials. The series was first developed within the Animated Shorts Program designed to identify and develop original comedy-driven content for kids.
“The Loud House has all the qualities Nickelodeon looks for in creator-driven content that has strong central characters blended with comedic storylines,” said Jenna Boyd, senior VP, Animation Development, Nickelodeon Group in a statement.
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