"I hate 20-year-olds," the comedian ranted during his
To the delight of 20-year-olds, and a dedicated group of fans from across the demographic divide, C.K.'s critically acclaimed show "Louie" makes its long-awaited return Monday at 10 and 10:30 on FX.
The comedy-drama stars C.K. as a stand-up comedian and newly divorced father raising two daughters in
In other words, he's playing himself.
The show has received several Primetime Emmy Award nominations, and in 2012 C.K. won the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
Most of the show's episodes consist of two unrelated vignettes bridged by stand-up segments. Occasionally, C.K. incorporates story arcs that constitute a full episode, or even multiple episodes, such as last season's three-part story line that featured C.K. auditioning to become the new host of "Late Show with
The most recent of the show's three 13-episode seasons ended
The 14 episodes will be broadcast across seven weeks, with back-to-back episodes airing each week.
Did you know?
His first attempt at a sitcom, "
In 2011, C.K. released the independently produced "Live at the
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