Nickelodeon has picked up a new series: The Loud House by animation veteran Chris Savino. The series is inspired by Savino’s own “chaotic life growing up in a huge household,” and follows a boy named Lincoln who lives at home with his 10 sisters. The concept received a 13-episode greenlight based on the following pilot from the studio’s 2013 Animated Shorts Program:

Savino has worked in animation since the age of 19 when he was hired by John Kricfalusi to work on the original Ren & Stimpy series. Since then, he’s been involved with countless shows in numerous capacities: storyboard on Dexter’s Lab, Powerpuff Girls, and Duckman; prop design on Rocko’s Modern Life; producing Johnny Test and Kick Buttowski; and directing episodes of Samurai Jack, one of the new Mickey Mouse shorts (Bad Ear Day), and the 2001 Cartoon Network special The Flintstones: On the Rocks.

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