Louie

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FX Sets Return Dates for Rescue Me, Louie

Rescue Me, Louie

Rescue Me's final season will premiere on FX this July, the cable network announced Wednesday.

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The Denis Leary-starring firefighter drama will return for its seventh season on... read more

Louis C.K. on Finding TV Success: "I'm Still Terrified"

Louie CK

Louis C.K. says he's thankful for the success of his FX series, Louie. But he's still a little freaked out.

"I'm still terrified of putting on a bad show," the 43-year-old comedian told reporters at the Television Critics Association's winter previews. "There's still a lot of pressure."

FX renews Louie, orders pilot from Reno 911 team

Louie was renewed last August, five weeks into its Season 1 run. 2010 also brought Louis C.K. success on... read more

Matt Roush's Top 10 (And Then Some)

Michael Emerson

As we face our first winter without the prospect of a new season of 24 and Lost to look forward to — and debate — here's my list (expanded somewhat from the magazine version) of the shows, and in some cases networks, that made 2010 a TV year to remember.

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FX Orders Elijah Wood Comedy Wilfred

Elijah Wood as "Ryan" and Jason Gann as “Wilfred”

FX has ordered Wilfred, a new comedy series starring Elijah Wood as an introvert trying to find happiness, the network announced Monday.

Adapted from the Australian series of the same name, the show revolves around... read more

Matt's TV Week in Review

Elisabeth Moss and Jon Hamm

As summer TV begins to hand off to the fall season, some thoughts and observations on a few of the shows and headlines that stood out.

Instant Classic TV: I haven't been able to stop thinking about Sunday's episode of Mad Men, regarded by many as the high point of the season to date and a series peak as well, a blistering tour de force for Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss, who now have dynamite entries for their Emmy reel next year. (This season has been particularly strong for Moss, as Peggy Olson comes into her own: partying with bohemians, doffing her clothes to unnerve the chauvinistic new art director, and now standing up to Don.) "The Suitcase," so masterfully penned by Matthew Weiner that it wouldn't be a surprise to see him at the Emmy podium yet again next year, felt like watching a three-act play — or maybe a three-ring circus veering from drama to comedy back to drama, or perhaps an emotional heavyweight bout that went on much longer — and with more actual ferocity — than the legendary Cassius Clay-Sonny Liston rematch knockdown of May 1965.

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FX Renews Louie, Orders Pilot From Reno 911 Team

Louis C.K.

After just five weeks on the air, FX has renewed Louis C.K.'s dark 11 p.m. comedy Louie for a second season.

FX President John Landgraf also announced Tuesday that the network had ordered Alabama, a comedy pilot set in outer space from Robert Ben Garant and... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Tuesday, July 27, 2010

White Collar

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Neal's ego is about to get a major boost. Someone has pulled off a Caffery-style heist, and the suspect is traced back to a college, where a criminology professor (guest star Aidan Quinn) just so happens to be teaching a class about Neal. Catching the crook proves to be a real challenge, then, because if someone's thinking just like Neal, how's he supposed to stay a step ahead?

Read on for previews of Breakthrough with Tony Robbins, MasterChef, Growing Up Twisted, The Colony, Louie and Wipeout. read more

Cheers & Jeers: Louie the 14th (To Do the Same Old Jokes)

Louie

Jeers to Louie for trafficking in clichés and ugly stereotypes.

Louis CK's FX "comedy" has been praised for its edgy style, but when you look past the gritty-indie camerawork and ooh-aren't-we-daring? use of politically incorrect epithets (including the n-word in a repugnant vignette about how African-Americans allegedly don't leave tips), it's as boringly conventional as TV gets... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Louie Visits Ricky Gervais' Office

Ricky Gervais

Jeers to Ricky Gervais for committing comedic malpractice on Louie.

The increasingly lazy British cutup—witness the low-effort, low-impact HBO cartoon of his podcasts, The Ricky Gervais Show—treated his guest role as Louis C.K.'s doctor... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Reggie Watts Up!

Reggie Watts

Cheers to Reggie Watts for lighting up the small screen.

The incandescent comic/musician — who's like the love child of Zach Galifianakis and Jack Black, plus a giant Afro — tore down houses as the opening act for Conan O'Brien's just-concluded "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour." He made his network debut on O'Brien successor Jimmy Fallon's Late Night and performed one of his breakout tunes, "Big-Ass Purse," in TBS' recent special Team Coco Presents: Conan's Writers. Too bad ... read more

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Premiered: June 29, 2010, on FX
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: Comedian Louis C.K. plays himself, sort of, in a sitcom about a newly single stand-up comic raising his two daughters in New York City.

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