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    Watch: Louis C.K. Teases the Many Reads of 'Oh My God,' The Title of His New HBO Comedy Special

    After unveiling a witty trailer that deconstructed the usual tricks of comedy special promos two weeks ago, Louis C.K. follows up with a shorter but still very charming spot for "Louis C.K.: Oh My God" that features him providing different reads on and explanations of that title, from stunned to dis...

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    HBO Announces Air Date for Louis C.K.'s Latest Stand-Up Special

    Louis C.K. is taking a year-long hiatus from "Louie," the FX series he writes, directs, produces and stars in. With the show not set to return until 2014, fans of the comedian (and who isn't?) are going to have to get their fix where they can, whether that be C.K.'s recent appearance on Showtime's i...

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    Weekend Recap: New Film Art, 'Zero Dark Thirty' Controversy Thickens, Casting Watch, and Awards Talk

    Here's our weekend recap. Two new pieces of film art were revealed this weekend. Just when you thought it was winding down, the "Zero Dark Thirty" controversy continues. Before she became a Golden Globe winner, "Girls" creator/star Lena Dunham sat down for a probing interview by Charlie Rose. Comed...

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    DGA Award TV Nominees Include Rian Johnson, Lena Dunham, Louis C.K., Philip Kaufman & More

    Perhaps as further evidence that great storytelling is happening just as often on the small screen as it is in the multiplex, this year's DGA nominees for televison feature more than a few names who are seasoned in the feature film world, so let's get right to it.

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    Bryan Cranston, Lena Dunham and Rian Johnson Among DGA's 2013 TV Nominations

    The Directors Guild of America caused a stir yesterday when Tom Hooper was among the five nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, while Quentin Tarantino and David O. Russell missed the cut.

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    'Louie' Season 4 Won't Air Until May 2014

    There is probably no comedy on television right now more loved or more daring than "Louie." The brainchild of Louis C.K., the show has, over the course of three seasons, been defined by many as a groundbreaking, somewhat visionary program that has redefined the rules of what a comedy shoul...

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    'Louie' Going on Hiatus, With Louis C.K.'s Comedy Set to Return in 2014

    The act of writing, directing, producing and starring in a full season of TV every year is bound to wear anyone down, which explains why Louis C.K. and his acclaimed, award-winning FX comedy "Louie" will be taking 2013 off.

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    The Future of Sitcoms According to the Creators of 'Parks and Rec,' 'Enlightened,' 'Don’t Trust the B—' and 'Raising Hope'

    Greg Garcia (the creator and executive producer of Fox's "Raising Hope"), Nahnatchka Khan (the creator and executive producer of ABC's "Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23"), Michael Schur (the co-creator of NBC's "Parks and Recreation") and Mike White (the co-creator, co-star and executive producer ...

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    Recap: 'Louie' Closes Off Its Third Season With A Pair Of Classics

    In a very fine article on the always excellent AV Club this week, Todd Van Der Werff argues that "Louie" isn't just a strong contender for the best comedy on TV right now, but also the first show since "Seinfeld" and "The Simpsons" to genuinely move the form forward. Whether it becomes a touchstone ...

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    'Louie' Wraps Up a Season of Highs and Lows With a Spur-of-the-Moment Trip Abroad

    After the giddily happy-sad ending of the ambitious "Late Night" arc that took up the previous three episodes of "Louie," it was inevitable that last night's actual season finale, "New Year's Eve," felt a little anticlimactic. It even started at what for so many...

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