Louis CK adds fourth MSG arena show; filmed “Live at the Comedy Store,” coming this spring online, then on FX
Louis CK already has his next stand-up special in the can as he continues to take victory laps around Madison Square Garden, adding a fourth show for next week. As he wrote to fans, "I mean, if you keep buying the tickets, I have to keep doing the shows. My third show at Madison square garden on Sat... [Read More]
 
Louis C.K. Madison Square Garden shows making history, also he’s doing 1 million other things
The Louis C.K. train does not appear to be slowing down any time soon. FX CEO John Landgraf announced on Sunday that FX bought the television rights to the comedian’s new stand-up special Louis C.K. Live From the Comedy Store. However, in perfect Louis C.K. style, the special will first be ava... [Read More]
 
Comedy and the New York City subway
The MTA runs New York City's subway system, for what that's worth. The funny things you may see or experience on a subway ride are another story, and NYC-based TV shows, movies and comedians have enjoyed this platform to share them with us over the years. Last week was a big week for subway comedy, ... [Read More]
 
Louis C.K. and His Dedication to Experimental Film
by Eddie Brawley Last year when Louis C.K. released his 1998 feature film debut Tomorrow Night, it seemed like a move that didn’t quite add up. Here’s this guy, A-list comedian, has his own cable TV show — suddenly he’s putting out this black and white art film. Why? His show... [Read More]
 
Louis C.K. and His Dedication to Experimental Film
by Eddie Brawley Last year when Louis C.K. released his 1998 feature film debut Tomorrow Night, it seemed like a move that didn’t quite add up. Here’s this guy, A-list comedian, has his own cable TV show — suddenly he’s putting out this black and white art film. Why? His show... [Read More]
 
Louis C.K. and His Dedication to Experimental Film
by Eddie Brawley Last year when Louis C.K. released his 1998 feature film debut Tomorrow Night, it seemed like a move that didn’t quite add up. Here’s this guy, A-list comedian, has his own cable TV show — suddenly he’s putting out this black and white art film. Why? His show... [Read More]
 
Louis C.K. and His Dedication to Experimental Film
by Eddie Brawley Last year when Louis C.K. released his 1998 feature film debut Tomorrow Night, it seemed like a move that didn’t quite add up. Here’s this guy, A-list comedian, has his own cable TV show — suddenly he’s putting out this black and white art film. Why? His show... [Read More]
 
Louis C.K. and His Dedication to Experimental Film
by Eddie Brawley Last year when Louis C.K. released his 1998 feature film debut Tomorrow Night, it seemed like a move that didn’t quite add up. Here’s this guy, A-list comedian, has his own cable TV show — suddenly he’s putting out this black and white art film. Why? His show... [Read More]
 
Louis C.K. and His Dedication to Experimental Film
by Eddie Brawley Last year when Louis C.K. released his 1998 feature film debut Tomorrow Night, it seemed like a move that didn’t quite add up. Here’s this guy, A-list comedian, has his own cable TV show — suddenly he’s putting out this black and white art film. Why? His show... [Read More]
 
Louis CK, Conan O’Brien and Jon Stewart react to the Charlie Hebdo massacre
The cowardly massacre of 12 people, including cartoonists at Paris satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a police officer and bystanders, made all of us in the comedy community pause to reflect on the nature of free expression and the importance of civility amid chaos. Some joined massive demonstrations... [Read More]