One-hour special from Louis C.K. will be taped at a show on his current tour
Louis C.K, is bringing the laughs to HBO once again.
The "Louie" funnyman, whose previous HBO specials include the 2007 stand-up special "Louis C.K.: Shameless" and 2005's "One Night Stand: Louis C.K.," is taping a new stand-up special for the cable outlet, HBO said Monday.
The one-hour special will be taped at one of the stops on C.K.'s current tour, and will be directed by the comedian. He'll also executive-produce, along with Dave Becky and Blair Breard. The special will air in 2013.
"I’m delighted to welcome the gifted Louis C.K. back to HBO,” Michael Lombardo, president of HBO Programming, said in a statement. “This comic genius remains one of the freshest voices on the scene, and HBO is proud to provide an uncensored forum for his provocative humor.”
C.K. won two Emmys earlier this year for his FX series "Louie" and the variety special "Louis C.K. Live at the Beacon Theatre."