Louis C.K.

Pamela Adlon Teases ‘Better Things’ for FX With a ‘Game of Thrones’ Twist

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
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Pamela Adlon’s acerbic nonchalance hasn’t been seen on FX since the days of Louie, and with Season 6 somewhere in the far-flung future, Adlon is making her own fun with Better Things. The first teaser for the star’s own FX dramedy has arrived, shamelessly co-opting a Game of Thrones favorite.

Louis C.K. Will Decide This Summer About ‘Horace and Pete’ Season 2

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 16, 2016 @ 9:24 AM
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Louis C.K.’s self-funded Horace and Pete seemed to make more headlines by its struggles than success, though the comedian remains adamant the 10-episode series represented the scope of his vision, money or otherwise. Now, however, C.K. has additional ideas to continue Horace and Pete into Season 2, potentially writing as early as this summer.

Louis C.K. Says He Doesn’t Have Any More Stories for ‘Louie’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 9, 2016 @ 9:23 AM
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Louis C.K.’s Horace and Pete is far enough in the rear-view that Louie fans remain optimistic for a sixth season somewhere down the line, but the comedian doesn’t seem to be changing his tune on the beloved FX dramedy. Not only does the series remain on hiatus, C.K. himself says “I don’t think I have stories for that guy anymore.”

It’s Cool, Louis C.K. is ‘So Not Broke’ After ‘Horace and Pete’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 21, 2016 @ 11:42 AM
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Comedian Louis C.K. is known for his exceptional candor, the nature of which netted additional Horace and Pete headlines over admissions that the self-financed drama had put him into debt by failing to recoup investments quickly enough. The internet being what it is, C.K. now assures that he’s “so not broke,” and every TV series undergoes the same lull.

Louis C.K. Says He’s ‘Millions of Dollars in Debt’ Over ‘Horace and Pete’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 11, 2016 @ 6:13 PM
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Louis C.K.’s self-financed and produced Horace and Pete gave the comedian a major creative high, enough that FX’s Louie seems like a distant memory, but the unorthodox financing may have caught up with him, According to C.K. himself, lackluster sales of the streaming series place him “millions of dollars in debt,” at least for now.

Louis C.K. Says FX ‘Louie’ Feels ‘Far in the Past’ After ‘Horace and Pete’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 5, 2016 @ 10:20 AM
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Both Louis C.K. and FX have been honest about the fact that Louie’s return will be up to the comedian himself in time, a prospect overshadowed by C.K.’s recent work on the independently-produced Horace and Pete. That series has finally “wrapped” its season, but C.K. isn’t feeling particularly awash in new Louie ideas just yet.

Louis C.K.’s ‘Horace and Pete’ Will Enter Emmy Race as a Drama

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 30, 2016 @ 10:00 AM
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A few months back, FX bosses acknowledged the potential for Louis C.K.’s self-produced Horace and Pete to potentially compete for Emmys with the comedian’s former home, though the real truth is a bit more surprising. Horace and Pete will indeed submit for a wide variety of Emmy categories, but as a drama.

FX Wanted Louis C.K.’s ‘Horace and Pete’ Before it Went Online

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 1, 2016 @ 3:26 PM
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We’re a few episodes deep into Louis C.K.‘s unique Horace and Pete experiment, the near-weekly release of an original sitcom dramedy distributed entirely through the comedian’s website, and FX must feel at least a little green, especially with Louie on indefinite hiatus. FX head John Landgraf apparently offered C.K. a home on FX, and may consider a second window eventually.

Louis C.K. Reveals Next ‘Horace and Pete’ Episode Details, Price Drop

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 4, 2016 @ 6:35 PM
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This past weekend, Louis C.K. dropped yet another surprise for fans in the form of a new 67-minute episode of Horace and Pete, seemingly the first in a star-studded new series. Now, the comedian reveals that a second episode will drop as early as this weekend, and for a reduced price at that.