In light of Louis C.K.’s admission of acts of sexual harassment, FX Networks has ended their association with him.
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FX Networks today issued the following statement:
THIS. IS. IT. Louis C.K. is back to the stage, but this time suited up! In his new standup 2017, Louis C.K. muses on religion, eternal love, giving dogs drugs, email fights, teachers and more in a live performance from Washington, D.C. Louis C.K. 2017 will debut exclusively on Netflix globally on April 4.
FX has ordered a third season of Baskets (Thursdays, 10/9C) – the Zach Galifiankis vehicle about Chip Baskets, a man who wants nothing more than to be a clown,even though he failed clown school because he couldn’t speak French. The early third season order comes with three episodes left in season two – an episode […]
TBS has greenlit an animated series from Louis C.K. and Albert Brooks. Tentatively called The cops, the series follows two Los Angeles patrolmen who are ‘trying their best to protect and serve, sometimes failing at both.’ Brooks and C.K. will voice the two cops. Further details follow the break.
Have you ever wondered what your pets do while you’re off to work each day? Well, you<re about to find out. From the creators of Despicable Me 1 & 2, it’s The Secret Life of Pets! Check out the first teaser after the break. The Secret Life of Pets opens on July 8th, 2016.
Louis CK is a forty-something stand-up comedian who deals with relatable stuff – like suddenly becoming single again at forty-one – in a manner that is, like it says on the box, hilarious.
Louis C.K, star of FX’s new half-hour, single comedy Louie [Tuesdays, 11/10C] is a stand up comic with a unique perspective – he’s a divorced/single father of two girls. These are elements that infuse his series, which is also punctuated by bits from his stand up act. I had the opportunity to tale part in […]
Trust FX to come up with half-hour, single camera comedy that actually fits the style of stand up comic Louis C.K… Louie [Tuesdays, 11/10C], as has been noted in other areas, has a format that is reminiscent of Seinfeld – it generally opens and closes with bits from Louis’ stand up performances. That’s not entirely […]