The release of Louis C.K.’s I Love You, Daddy has been canceled in the aftermath of sexual misconduct allegations made against the writer-director. On Thursday, the New York Times published a story in which five women accused C.K. of sexual harassment, confirming long-standing rumors about the comedian’s behavior. HBO and FX network, two entities that have had fruitful relationships with the stand-up comedian and TV star, have both taken action amid the scandal, with HBO electing to cut ties entirely while FX announced it will conduct a review of the situation.
Louis C.K. developed I Love You, Daddy in secrecy before entering the movie in this year’s Toronto Film Festival. Starring C.K., ...
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