The Loud House is an animated series on Nickelodeon, created by Chris Savino, that premiered on May 2, 2016. Set in the fictional city of Royal Woods, Michigan, the series focuses on 11-year-old Lincoln Loud, the middle child and only son of the eponymous family, who copes with his day-to-day life alongside his ten sisters—Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lana, Lola, Lisa, and Lily.
Peanuts references on The Loud House
- Lincoln's pet dog, Charles, is named after Charles M. Schulz himself.
- In "Changing the Baby", when Lincoln takes Lily to the clothes store, two shirts resembling Charlie Brown's shirt can be seen in the background.
- At the beginning of "Two Boys and a Baby", Lincoln does 5's dance from A Charlie Brown Christmas.
- "Toads and Tiaras" has a running gag where Lincoln and Lana are surrounded by cherubs whenever they mention the Dairyland tickets they are trying to win. One of the cherubs resembles Charlie Brown.
- In the title card of "Cereal Offender", Charlie Brown's shirt pattern can be seen on a bowl.
- During Lincoln's training montage in "The Loudest Yard", Lucy pulls the football gag on him.
- In "Snow Bored", "Homespun", "11 Louds a Leapin'", and "The Whole Picture", Lincoln's winter outfit is shown to be just like Charlie Brown's.
- In "Snow Bored", the shot of Lincoln crashing his sled into a tree and the snow from said tree falling on him mimics the title card shot from A Charlie Brown Christmas.
- In "Homespun", during a flashback where Mr. Loud tries to fix the TV antenna, a parody of the opening scene from A Charlie Brown Christmas appears on the family's TV.
- In "Party Down", there is a moment where Lisa is doing a repetitive dance that resembles one seen in A Charlie Brown Christmas.
- In "Read Aloud", the Van Pelt family is listed as one of the other families entering the reading competition.
- Clyde is voiced by Caleel Harris, who also voices Franklin in the 2014 Peanuts TV series.
- Mariel Sheets, who voiced Sally in The Peanuts Movie, voiced Darcy Homandollar in the episode "Friend or Faux?"