On the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live, host Louis CK starred in a sketch called “Birthday Clown,” in which a depressed Louis (“Ernest” in the sketch) orders a clown to his home, just for himself. But that same concept has already been done—by fellow comedian Tig Notaro, in her short film Clown Service,…
Louis C.K. has been vocal about his dislike of Trump since at least March, and now he’s speaking out for Hillary Clinton, less than one week before the election.
Participating in a University of Chicago live taping of David Axelrod’s podcast The Axe Files, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart got a bit rankled when an audience member asked about frequent Daily Show guest Louis C.K. and what thought goes into booking someone with an alleged history of sexual harassment.
Louis C.K. sent out a newsletter to fans about his latest episode of Horace and Pete on Saturday, and it came with one hell of a post script.
Incredible writer and author Sarah Palin, who previously asked Louis C.K. to go fishing with her in Alaska, has once again invited Louis C.K. to go salmon slaying to kick off their friendship. Aw yeah, this salmon adventure is goin’ down.
Louis C.K. is taking another break from Louie. For how long? Shrug, who knows. He’ll be using that time to work on a movie and develop the show Better Together with Pamela Adlon. FX CEO John Landgraf says, “He is anxious to take a break and wants to focus on other things.” Louie also went on hiatus for two years after…
THR is reporting the final three hosts of [Update] SNL’s 40th season will be Scarlett Johansson on May 2 (with Wiz Khalifa), Reese Witherspoon on May 9 (with Florence + the Machine) and Louis C.K. on May 16 (with Rihanna).
Louis C.K. was a guest on The Tonight Show Tuesday night, and man, it is such a delight to watch Jimmy Fallon get knocked off balance.
Pamela Adlon, who plays Louis C.K.'s disinterested love interest on Louie (and was routinely the funniest part of Californication), is developing a show with the comedian for FX that's reportedly somewhat similar to Louie.
In today's Tweet Beat, Louis C.K. has Tweeters block, Chelsea Peretti needs to trademark "yuppie handcuffs" and did Katie Couric not get today's Nick Jonas memo, girl HELLO?
During last night's Louie, Louis C.K.'s TV alter ego grabs his friend and long-time crush Pamela by the arm and attempts to drag her into his bedroom as she fights him off. "I'm gonna take control and make something happen," he tells her.
Louis C.K.'s sitcom Louie has a reputation of mixing humor with equal parts poignancy and last night's episode "So Did the Fat Lady" was no exception.
Leave it to Louis C.K. to turn something as insufferable and mind-numbing as shitty homework and standardized testing into a perfect comedic rant.
Last night Louis CK hosted a brilliant, very Louis CK episode of SNL, full of skits that went on just a tad too long only to be decisively followed up by a perfectly awkward and pedantic punchline. It also gave us a preview for a show that really needs to happen right now, maybe yesterday, about the two best damn…
Louis CK is returning to host Saturday Night Live for the second time this Saturday, which is good news for fans of his and SNL alike. The last time CK was left to helm the cast of studio 8H, it ended up being one of the more funny and strange episodes in recent memory, so here's to hoping that this time will bring…
This video will serve as a glorious beacon of hope for every struggling actor out there who has ever been told "you're never going to make it." And they have Bradley Cooper to thank for it.
“Holy shitsnacks,” is more or less what you’ll say after reading “writer and former lawyer” Betsy Karasik’s opinion piece about the “vast and extremely nuanced continuum of sexual interactions involving teachers and students” that the Washington Post didn’t so much publish as release from the double-locked cellar in a…
Kim and Kanye will be revealing North West on Kris Jenner's talk show in order to save her Mama Rose ass from cancellation. After Ye couldn't convince Anna Wintour to care, they rejected a $4 million offer from an Australian paper and another "well over $10 million" to show the first photo on Kris.
So SNL writers apparently found a great work-around for Louis CK's purportedly awful rehearsals - they simply crafted sketches in which the self-deprecating comedian could do as much stand-up as possible, such as this sketch in which Lincoln is imagined as a show on FX about our sad-clown 16th president, you know, the…
In typical self-deprecating fashion, this week's Saturday Night Live host Louis CK told Jimmy Fallon last night that he was so bad in rehearsals that he was afraid he'd get fired from his hosting stint.