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FX has had a huge hit with Louis C.K.'s comedy Louie. Unfortunately, Louie has been off the air since the end of Season 5, and C.K. has some solid reasons for why he's not particularly interested in a Season 6 at this point.
Critically acclaimed FX comedy Louie is currently in limbo, and its return depends pretty much entirely on the willingness of comedian Louie C.K. to return.
Louis C.K.ís FX series Louie has been a huge hit for the network. Fans love it, and so does FX. However, itís looking like both may have to wait for the next season of the show. Louis C.K. is taking a break from the show.
As Louis C.K. has proven on occasion, his thought process can easily be fallible. For instance, the reason why Season 5 of his FX series Louie received a shortened episode order was the fault of his brain being swayed by the soothing clouds of marijuana.
During the holidays, everyone wants to stay cheery and free from stress and bad moods, but thereís almost always a point when it just gets to be too much. If that happens to you, donít resort to mountains of happy pills and red wine. (Pass those on to me.) A much better way to add happiness and laughter to your day is catching up on some of the best 2014 comedies that you may not have seen the first time around.
The Screen Actors Guild just unleashed its nominees for 2014, and as it usually is with television, most of the nominees are pretty much what you would expect. Game Of Thrones, House Of Cards and Modern Family all cleaned up on nominations.
There is no expiration date on any of Williamsí innumerable energetic performances, but we thought now would be a good time to celebrate a selection of his most memorable television roles and appearances. Hop into the egg ship and come along with us, wonít you?
Fans of Louis C.K.ís incomparable FX series Louie had to build up their patience in between Season 3 and Season 4, as the comedian took a well-deserved hiatus, not wanting to churn out material he wasnít proud of. Luckily, we wonít have to suffer through a repeat of that, as Louie has already been picked up for a fifth season set to premiere at some point during Spring 2015.
There are moments in Louis C.K.'s FX comedy series when the show just nails it. And sometimes, the scene isn't even that funny. It's not even trying to be. It's just real. Take last night's "So Did The Fat Lady," which ended with the scene in this video.
Here are 20 more comedians (in no particular order) that we think are ready for self-skewing primetime, and the kind of shows we want to see them in. (Note that we tried to avoid people who have already headlined their own series, or those with series currently in development.)
Louis C.K. disappointed fans when he decided to take a brief sabbatical from his FX series Louie, leaving us without the schlubby middle aged mansploits last year. The comedian said he wanted to recharge, and maybe to a degree reinvent the series. So now that weíre on the cusp of Louieís return, did he achieve any of his goals? To be honest, the first four episodes of the new season are odd to define.
With Louie set to return at long last in just a matter of weeks, we're starting to see teasers that reveal actual footage from Louis CK's FX comedy series, which has been on hiatus since Fall of 2012. Based on the new trailer, ominously titled "Dying," Louie's not doing so well. And yet, he still manages to make us laugh.
Personally, I love these spots that donít rely on borrowed footage from the series itself, as is the norm with most dramas and shows just starting out. Louie is established enough that he doesnít need to actually give people any jokes, and most of them wouldnít work as well out of episodic context anyway. I can only sacrifice rubber chickens to the comedy gods he goes purely zany for next seasonís ads, like Itís Always Sunny in Philadelphia did with their faux foreign short films.
Louie's back! Or so says the teaser for the return of the FX comedy. Technically, Louis CK's comedy won't be back until Monday, May 5, but we're now close enough to the series' official return that Fox has begun teasing it. And what a tease it is. Let's assume that's Louis CK with his back to the camera in the 17-second spot. The Statue of Liberty is in the distance, offering a lovely black-and-white reminder of the setting for Louis CK's comedy series.
Louis C.K. is here to save the day with the latest promo videos for his second ever hosting stint on the Good Ship Saturday Night Live. The clips hint that more of that signature Louie style is heading our way. And ó at long last! ó in his actual, natural accent. Oh yeah, didnít you know? Louis C.K. is a total Bayou Baby!