Baldwin, Cheadle, Cryer, Parsons and Louis C.K. seek return trips to the finals.
So many possibilities, but so few spots to go around for TV's lead actors in comedy.
Louis C.K. took a year off from his FX series “Louie” to create a new hour of live comedy. The resulting special, titled “Oh My God,” airs on HBO on April 13.
Here's a promo for Louis C.K.'s April 13 HBO special, “Oh My God” -- the last we'll see of the “Louie” star on TV for awhile given the show's hiatus.
Louis C.K. reinvented the idea of writing your own ticket in showbiz -- and television in particular -- nurturing his FX halfhour dramedy beyond cult love into the good graces of the TV Academy…
FX star Louis C.K. is temporarily shifting to HBO for an upcoming stand-up special.
Comedians and television don't always gel but when they do, the results are worth the wait. Just ask Louis CK.
He may not fit the profile of a typical Emmy darling, but maverick comic Louis C.K. cleaned up Thursday with seven nominations across two different programs.
Woody Allen has cast Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Andrew Dice Clay, Michael Emerson, Sally Hawkins and Peter Sarsgaard in his latest movie.
Following Louis C.K.'s successful experiment with do-it-yourself digital distribution, comedian Jim Gaffigan will finance his own standup comedy special and charge $5 for viewing online.
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