With Savino out, I think a lot are worrying about The Loud Hous’ quality. And that’s a fair point, especially considering what happens to shows when the creator is gone (Spongebob, PPG, Dexter’s Lab). But at least when comparing it to Spongebob, here’s the thing.
Yes, Hillinberg left Spongebob, but it wasn’t only him. Many of the original staff (writers, animators, etc) also left. Not all of them, but many like CH Greenblat and Merriweather Williams were out. So new people, some from what I can tell had been new at the tome, had to be brought in. And the dip in wuality didn’t happen overnight. It was a slow decline that happened due to the inexperienced talent and Nick’s overwhelming demand of the show. While Hillinberg has come back and the show has improved, it’s still nowhere near as good as it once was. Hillinberg was far from the only one who contributed to the show, many did. And losing those many caused Spongebob’s quality to suffer.
The Loud House lost it’s showrunner yes, but it’s his own fault and no one can be blamed but himself. But the show, as far as I know, still has the other writers, dkrectors, executives, and animators that it has since at least Season 2’s duration. Yeah we may get a couple stinkers as they sort themselves out and we may go through an adjustment period. But this is a case where we need to be patient and give whoever the new showrunner will be a chance. This is going to be hard for them especially under the corcumstances. But we won’t see an immideate decline since some episodes udner Savino are likely near or are completed. So they have time to get themselves together and work to keep the show on it’s feet. But they only lost one guy. They can pull through this with the show’s quality in tact, it’s hust a patience game for now.