FX is ending its long relationship with Louis C.K. amid reports of sexual misconduct against the comedian. C.K. confirmed the allegations earlier today in a statement released through The New York Times.
C.K. has been a successful standup comedian for a couple decades now, but his stardom reached new heights when his FX sitcom Louie debuted in 2010. A blunt, experimental, hilarious new kind of sitcom, the show earned critical raves and awards, and helped put FX on the map as a destination for creatively adventurous programming. Louie ended its run in 2015, but C.K. has stayed involved with the network, producing current series like Better Things, Baskets, as well as the FX/Amazon co-production One Mississippi.
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