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Louis C.K. is Recording an HBO Special
Comedy fans, rejoice: there will soon be even more Louis C.K. available in your world. The comedian, whose show isn't returning to network TV next year, is planning to tape an hour-long HBO special, according to The Hollywood Reporter. This will be his fourth special for the network. It will be recorded during his upcoming tour, and will ultimately be available for download for $5 on his website, he announced on Twitter:
The special will be executive produced by Louis C.K., Dave Becky and Blair Breard.
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