C.K. will have option of writing and directing
"I have to raise them with the tools to get through a terrible life," the comedian told Conan O'Brien of his child-rearing technique
The top 10 invites based on guest list, awards prowess, and industry anxiety over not getting in. Plus: two secret gatherings on Emmy night.
How Louis C.K. got over writer's block
News Corp.'s publishing division, soon to be its own company, was the lone drag on earnings
"Game Change," "Southland," and Michael Apted's "Up" series among winners
Why just five? Because there's only five we can't miss
Louis C.K. will take time to recharge, come up with new story idea
"Homeland," "Louie" score two awards each
"God" episode featured young Louie taking Christ down from cross
"You have pretty eyes," "Louie" star Louis C.K. tells Daniel Tosh, after Tosh ignites ire with sexual-assault wisecrack
Comedian Louis C.K. says to let people talk, even if it costs them the occasional gig -- like the Radio and Television Correspondents' Assn. Dinner...
Director says failure of 'Pootie Tang' helped make his FX show good
Charities, employees benefit from comedian's plan to cut out middleman
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has grown into one of cable's most successful comedies -- and a model for FX's other sitcoms
Episode finds the ambitious comedy at its best
He jokes, "How are there not, like, 50 murders a day at Disneyland?"
John Landgraf re-ups for three more years
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" comes back for its seventh season Sept. 15, "The League" begins season three Oct. 6
The "Louie" star drops by Comedy Central to explain the allure of flatulence to Jon Stewart
The stand-up comedian, whose FX show returns Thursday, rocked "The Tonight Show"
From a "Teen Wolf" reboot to a Spielberg alien invasion to usual suspects "Burn Notice" and "The Closer," you'll never have to watch another network...
"Louie," "Wilfred" to air on same night
A second season of Louis C.K.'s freshman series is ordered before the first is even over