Louis C.K. really wants to be a good person. On television, at least. I have no idea if this is true in real life, but let's assume it's the case.
And it's that attempt to constantly improve himself that often drives this hilarious, unique FX series, e more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the season premiere of FX's "Louie," in which Louie loses a girlfriend and gains a motorcycle. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-premiere-review-louie-something-is-wrong-triumph-the-injured-comic
Here's why "Louie" is one of the most interesting shows on television right now (in addition to just being one of the best): The show's first new episode in nine months opens with Louie (Louis C.K.) and a woman we've never seen on the show before (guest s more
This is a joke, right? A fake-out? A setup for a sucker punch? Can this really be all there is to Anger Management ?
These thoughts buzzed in my brain as I watched the first two episodes of Charlie Sheen’s return to television, a faux -edgy sitcom so u more
The first season of Louie on FX was like landing on a familiar but completely foreign planet. It was a television show that didn’t look much like anything that had ever come before it. There was this loose, almost improvisational feel t more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the third season of FX's "Louie," and praises writer/director/star Louis C.K. for continuing to be inquisitive and unpredictable in one of TV's best shows. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-fxs-lo more
And so, after a summer replete with baby ducks, suicide threats, and hobo decapitations, we’ve reached the end of Louie ’s sophomore year. And thank God. If the core theme of Louie this year has been honesty — about the stark truths we dole out, desire, a more
A review of the "Louie" season 2 finale coming up just as soon as I ask you if you live in this area code... So how does Louis C.K. conclude what's turned out to be a season for the ages? With some more introspection, and some more laugh more