Penny Proud has just turned 14 and is on the verge of becoming a young lady. But with an overprotective father and a crazy family, navigating the most promising years of her life won’t be a cakewalk. The proud family: Louder and prouder on Disney+ is a hilarious family sitcom that is a reboot of the 2001 series Proud Family.
Where to watch The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder Season 1
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How many episodes are there in The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder Season 1?
There are 10 episodes in The proud family: Louder and prouder season one with a second season coming in 2023. The average length of the episodes is between 22-29 minutes. You can check the full list of Tthe proud family: Louder and prouder episodes and their release dates below.
- “New Kids on the Block“: 23 February 2022
- “Adverse Effect(s)“: 23 February 2022
- “It all started with an orange basketball“: March 2, 2022
- “Father figures“: March 9, 2022
- “Snackland“: March 16, 2022
- “Come in“: March 23, 2022
- “When you want a Roker“: March 30, 2022
- “Home school“: April 6, 2022
- “Raging bully“: April 13, 2022
- “Old Towne Road Part I“: April 20, 2022
- “Old Towne Road Part II“: TBD
What are critics saying about The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder Season 1?
The proud family: Louder and prouder has a 100% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an average audience score of 71%. Most viewers have enjoyed the revival of the much loved series from 2001 and found the show to be funny and heartwarming.
Autostraddle’s Nic says: “From the animation style to the social media references to the very casual queerness, these writers make sure we know we’re not in 2001 anymore. And it mostly works!”
Stephanie Snyder of Common Sense Media writes, “Louder and prouder will provoke heartwarming nostalgia for parents who grew up on Penny Proud and her friends and family, while inspiring a new generation with life lessons sprinkled with fun.”
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Is The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder Season 1 suitable for children?
The proud family: Louder and prouder is rated TV-PG, which means it is suitable for viewers over the age of 14 and parental guidance is recommended for younger children.