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Louie - Season 1The series depicts the life of Louis CK, a divorced comedian with two kids living in New York. The series features appearances by a number of stand-up comedians appearing in the show as fictionalized versions of themselves.
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Creators of "Louie - Season 1"Louis C.K.Birthdate: 12 September 1967, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Critic Reviews of "Louie - Season 1"New York Daily NewsJune 29, 2010
Someday he may find the scripted sitcom that captures his humor. Not this time.Philadelphia InquirerJune 29, 2010
Somebody needs to step in and tell Louis to round up a few friends and save his stand-up for the comedy specials.Boston GlobeJune 29, 2010
As brash as his material can be, a melancholy mood nonetheless hangs over the show. It gives Louie' a heart.Philadelphia Daily NewsJune 29, 2010
There's something undeniably endearing about Louie, who even at his most shocking seems willing to acknowledge the force of language - and who generally reserves his most cutting words for himself.TV GuideJune 29, 2010
A brutally funny slice of rant that bears a surface resemblance to Seinfeld in the way that the show organically builds its episodic vignettes around the star's stand-up shtick.Pittsburgh Post-GazetteJune 29, 2010
Often profane and occasionally offensive, Louie won't be to every viewer's taste, but it's a more interesting show than many with a definitive point of view.VarietyJune 29, 2010
After watching four episodes there's a lot to like in Louie.TIME MagazineJune 29, 2010
Louie doesn't come close to sucking. Here's to a season of more awkward moments.New York TimesJune 29, 2010
It takes a while for Louie to find its own voice, and while it is at times a crude and offensive one, it is not without a strange wit and under-the-radar appeal.Slant MagazineJune 29, 2010
Louie provides brooding wit and genuine pathos in substantial enough doses to eclipse any shortcomings.