Louis C.K. is at the top of his game as his FX comedy series “Louie” returns for its third season. Here’s what you need to know about that …
Comedian Louis C.K. has reportedly recruited his buddy Jerry Seinfeld to appear on Season 3 of “Louie.”
Oprah Winfrey has been omitted from an influential list of “influential” people for the first time since 1999.
Did Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren just bully Louis C.K.? A day after Fox’s prime time host called the comedian a “pig,” Louis C.K. bowed out of the Radio and Television Correspondents’ dinner in Washington, D.C., his spokesman told CNN on Friday. “Another pig….and a media association has hired the pig, Louis C.K., to be […]
June 28 is going to be a huge day for FX, as all of its planned summer comedies have been scheduled to start that Thursday night. Yes, all of them. Charlie Sheen‘s new comedy, “Anger Management,” will bow first at 9 pm Eastern with back-to-back episodes, followed by the season 2 premiere of “Wilfred” at […]
Comedian Jim Gaffigan is taking a page from the book of his comedy cohort Louis C.K.: Gaffigan will distribute his upcoming stand-up special, “Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe,” for $5-per-download on his website.
Sure, Adele, Tony Bennett and the Foo Fighters all won at the Grammys, but that absurd (and interminable) list of awards also featured some stars known better for their non-musical exploits.
Louis C.K. is thriving — his standup gigs are packed, his hit FX show “Louie” is a critical darling, and his self-produced standup special, “Live at the Beacon Theater,” turned a very fast profit.
Here are the people who made us laugh the hardest in 2011, led by a man who loves to make canoes (in real life) and whose character has an unnatural love of breakfast foods.
Louis C.K. cut out TV networks by selling his latest comedy special online — then used network airtime to promote it. The strategy helped him earn a cool million dollars in a matter of days, half of which he’s giving away to his staff and charities.