(NEW YORK) — Following his work on his digital series Horace and Pete, Louis C.K. isn’t feeling the itch to produce new episodes of his FX series, Louie.
“I think the guy that I played on the show — the just-divorced kinda underwater dad, struggling New York comic — I don’t think I have stories for that guy anymore,” C.K. told The Hollywood Reporter‘s “Awards Chatter” podcast.
The comedian added that he’s unsure whether he wants to continue with the Emmy Award-winning series. “I think, for me, if I’m on TV again doing a single-camera show, it’s Louie. But I don’t know,” he said. “I have no idea. I needed to not know if I’d ever do it again — I needed to feel that way — so that’s the way I feel right now.”
The most recent season of Louie, season five, aired last spring. C.K. ended his online series Horace and Pete April 2, after ten episodes.
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