Louis CK has been dropped by his networks, agencies and management

Carla Harmon
November 13, 2017

"I Love You, Daddy" star Chloe Grace Moretz also declined to join the promotion of the film two weeks before C.K.'s sexual misconduct was reported. It's so important, ' Adlon said in a statement, according to People. It's short and blunt. "By the time I want to do it, I could call [FX] up and say, 'I'm ready, ' and they could say, 'Who is this?'"

The Orchard, the distribution company that bought Louis C.K.'s film, "I Love You, Daddy", canceled the theatrical release of the film, which was scheduled to open next weekend.

"I am asking for privacy at this time for myself and my family", Adlon added.

'I am processing and grieving and hope to say more as soon as I am able, ' Adlon wrote in conclusion.

The silver lining in today's announcements is that the series C.K. produces will remain in production with C.K. being stripped of his producer role and potential compensation.

Louis C.K. starred in the hit FX series "Louie", a somewhat- autobiographical comedy that hasn't aired an episode since 2015. Parks and Recreation creator Mike Schur apologized for ever having C.K. on the show. The first special, Louis C.K. 2017, is already streaming, and Netflix has not announced plans to pull it from the site.

The scene was uncomfortable to watch, and was instantly divisive, leaving many viewers with the impression that Louie was attempting to date-rape Pamela. "That said, the matter is now under review".

In "Better Things", Adlon plays a character inspired by her own life, a single mother raising three daughters while also pursuing a career as an actress. Sharing her former response, Adlon said, "I said, 'All I can tell you is that if I gathered all the women that I knew in one room, I could say, 'How old were you and where did it happen?' And they would all raise their hands". One said he asked to masturbate in front of her but that she declined. She said she declined.

Louis C.K. has lost his longtime manager, 3 Arts Entertainment's Dave Becky, publicist Lewis Kay as well as APA Agency, which had repped his successful comedy touring business, in the wake of the sexual misconduct allegations against him that he confirmed today.

"Louis has now confirmed the truth of the reports relating to the five women victimised by his misconduct, which we were unaware of previously". Given the number of television series that C.K. served as a writer or executive producer on - including Better Things, Baskets, and One Mississippi - the question of what will happen to C.K.'s shows now that FX, FX Networks, HBO, and Netflix have all cut ties with the comedian looms large.

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