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Louie Watch: Season 3, Episode 4 - Daddy's Girlfriend Part 1
Louie takes a look at love this week and while there aren't a lot of revelations on the topic it is all really funny. First up is the very funny Maria Bamford who is Louie's first victim at an attempted relationship after his daughters grill him over his love life. Besides being impossibly cute, as always, the daughters also have a good point; Louie hasn't really had a normal relationship over the course of the show’s run.
Louie Watch: Season 3, Episode 3 - Miami
Louie gives us a wonderful little slice of life episode as we follow an unlikely friendship around the heart of the "real" Miami.
Louie: Season 2 [Blu-Ray Review]
The world is full of immoral people who commit terrible acts against nature and their fellow man, usually due to some archaic belief rather than as a result of rational thinking. I know these things. (I read a book.) But when I ask someone if they watch FX’s Louie, and they say, “No,” these are the people I want to diligently punch into a tear-filled submission.
Louie Preview: Season 3 - Miami
How do you follow an excellent guest appearance by Melissa Leo? If you're Louis C.K., you go to the beach. Of the first handful of episodes of the FX comedy series' third season, next Thursday night's episode, titled "Miami" may very well be my favorite. The preview gives us a look at what Louie is in for as he heads out of town for a work-related adventure.
Louie Watch: Season 3, Episode 2 - Telling Jokes/Set Up
Louie picks up its game quite a bit in episode 2 of the season and features a wonderful guest turn by Melissa Leo. The opening bit is an incredibly cute and endearing moment at the dinner table featuring Louie’s always reliable daughters. The sweet back and forth’s between father and daughters is a wonderful slice of life look at the simple nature of telling a joke and how age can affect ones perspective on what is funny.
Louie Preview: Season 3 - Strawberries, Beach Bodies And Melissa Leo
Louie is back! Louis C.K.'s fantastic comedy series returned last Thursday night with a new episode, and having seen the first handful of episodes, I can say with certainty that Season 3 only gets better from here. The clips ahead offer a small hint of that.
FX's Thursday Night Ratings Rock But Anger Management Tops The Heap
Anger Management, as expected, led the night on the network, pulling 5.47 million in total viewers during last night’s season premiere at 9 p.m. ET. FX has been great with advertising for the series and Sheen’s fame also likely led viewers to the network for the first record.The next challenge will be maintaining viewers in the coming weeks.
Louie Watch: Season 3 Premiere - Something Is Wrong
Louie leads off its third season with an average episode for the show, but is a nice little assembly of three slices of Louie’s life; women, New York, and his own stupidity. Louie’s stupidity affects every element of the episode and C.K. plays it up nicely for some solid comedic effect. Whether he is just not capable of saying what he should, buying a motor cycle, dating an obnoxious woman, or trying to figure out NYC street signs (well maybe that one isn’t his fault) Louie’s dim nature gets him into a heap of trouble.
FX Offers Something For Everyone With Louie, Wilfred, Anger Management And Brand X
Thursday night will be an evening a comedy for FX, as the network is set to bring Wilfred and Louie back for a second and third season respectively, in addition to premiering Anger Management and Brand X with Russell Brand. Besides the fact that they're all comedies, the common denominator among these shows is the star power, with each series featuring at least one well known name to draw in viewers
FlixWorthy: Netflix Posts Louie Season 2, Hulu's Got Longmire, And Amazon's Got Dead Like Me
Cinema Blend's guide to streaming returns with a focus on TV and a broader scope. Find out what's new in the world of streaming TV with looks at content from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Instant Video, and more!
Is Jerry Seinfeld Set To Appear On Louie For Season 3?
Last year, HBO aired a TV special which featured Ricky Gervais, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld and Louis CK doing what they do best, being funny. For those of us who might have wondered what it would be like to see these four comedians sitting in a room just talking about their craft, Talking Funny brought the scenario to life. While that was just a one-episode special, it seems they still talk to one another, as evidenced by what's being reported about the upcoming season of Louie.
Louie Season 3 Teaser Is A Wry Homage To Woody Allen
To get you excited for the return of C.K.'s very specific brand of humor, he's released a teaser for the new season, which is an undeniable homage to one of the most famous New York movies of all time. Take a look below
Louie Season 2 Hits Blu-Ray In June Just Prior To Season 3 Premiere
nfortunately, the comedian and his revolving cast of stars are on hiatus now, but if we would like to relive any of Season 2’s more epic moments, we won’t have that much longer to wait. Louie’s second season is set to hit Blu-Ray and DVD on June 19, which is a little over a week before the critically acclaimed comedy’s third season airs on FX.
Charlie Sheen's Anger Management Series Will Air As Part Of FX Comedy Block This June
Whether you're a fan of Charlie Sheen's or not, his upcoming Anger Management series is one of the most buzzed-about shows on the horizon, simply because everybody wants to see if he can recover from his ignominious departure from Two and a Half Men or not. Will Sheen flourish on a new show and new network, or will the same problems that lead to his departure from the hit CBS show resurface to bedevil him again? Hell, will the show actually be funny?
FX Orders More Wilfred And It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Louie isn’t the only show with good news. It’s been announced today that FX has renewed their new comedy series Wilfred for a second season. There’s also big cause to celebrate for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.