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The Loudermilk Season 4: Everything You Need To Know!

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A political plot takes a back seat in Season 4 of Loudermilk, but the show’s signature humor and heart-pounding suspense remain. Emmy Award winner Peter Farrelly (Peter & Bobby) joins the cast for this continuation of the story that started with a hit on an armored car carrying cash from an illegal casino.

About The Loudermilk Season 4 :

Season four of The Loudermilk takes place in the aftermath of season three when the armored car cash from an illegal casino job is stolen. Now on suspension for his role, Jim must find a way to get back into action as he’s drawn deeper into this plot that looks like it will turn into another kidnapping plot involving his friend’s daughter.

Release Date:

The release date for the fourth season of Loudermilk has not been announced yet, but it is expected to be on screens in 2022.


In 2018, production of the third season began on July 17 in Vancouver and wrapped up in November.

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The first season of Loudermilk was the most popular in terms of revenue, with $69.72 million generated from viewership and $15.73 million brought in through advertising deals.

The Starring Cast:

  • The cast for the third season includes Ron Livingston as Sam Loudermilk,
  • Laura Mennell as Allison,
  • Peter Brown as Eddie Patin, and
  • Kietel Phelan as Ben.

The Plot:

The plot for the upcoming fourth season will focus on Loudermilk dealing with his own demons, including an addiction to alcohol and pills. He is also trying to be a better role model for Ben and Eddie this time around, but it seems like he may have trouble controlling himself when things get out of hand again.

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In season four, the plot thickens as Alex tracks down her son and his girlfriend, who has disappeared while on a road trip to meet up with him. Loudermilk is asked by Homeland Security to investigate what looks like a kidnapping plot involving her son and his girlfriend, but local law enforcement insists it’s just another drug deal gone bad.

In season four, Loudermilk will continue to find himself in a series of wacky misadventures as he tries to keep his newfound sobriety while working with the police. While Jim is no stranger to illegal activities and some questionable behavior, even he draws the line when things get too far out of hand, but this plot sounds like it’s going to take the series into some pretty dark territory.


Praise for the show has been almost unanimous, with critics calling it a “very funny” sitcom that will appeal to people who enjoy shows like It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia and Flaked. Expectations are high for the next season, so it’ll be interesting to see if this plot manages to capture people’s attention.


The previous seasons received generally favorable reviews from critics. The show has a score of 68%, with an average rating of about seven out of ten stars based on six critic reviews as collated by Metacritic. Google users have given it a rating of about four out of five stars. The third season opened up with an audience of 0.24 million viewers in the United States, and by its final episode on November 27, 2018, it had raised to 0.31 million views for an increase of nearly 23 percent over the first episode.

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