Netflix Cancels Troubled Comedian’s Second Comedy Special

Louis C.K. is the latest in a string of celebrities whose sordid pasts are starting to come to light with a number of women coming forward making accusations about past meetings. While Louis C.K. has admitted they are true and has published a remorseful statement about it he hasn’t actually said sorry… Regardless, Netflix have reportedly cancelled the previously planned stand-up comedy special which would have followed after his special released in April this year.

The allegations made by several women in the New York Times about Louis C.K.’s behavior are disturbing. Louis’ unprofessional and inappropriate behavior with female colleagues has led us to decide not to produce a second stand up special, as had been planned.

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20 thoughts on “Netflix Cancels Troubled Comedian’s Second Comedy Special

  1. Whoever designed that website needs stringing up. Has nobody attached to it ever browsed it on a mobile. The ticker at the top of the page keeps flicking between 1 and 2 lines and makes the entire page switch positions constantly.

    1. What browser are you on? On my mobile (I’m a web developer, guess what? I do in fact check on mobile) and when the top is out of view then the page doesn’t move. “Stringing up” seems a bit harsh though, don’t you think?

  2. I can’t find anywhere to talk about the streams of Bollywood garbage overtaking Netflix. WTF, your obviously just trying to rake in the money from all the millions of Indian people , stop looking for money you have enough of that, start looking for quality again, Netflix KNOWS it’s all bad production, bad acting, poor film quality, horrible songs and cheesy dancing it’s all horrendous. Obviously a few Bollywood films/series are expected but keep the rest to NETFLIX INDIA! Not UK! That goes for any country and their film/series productions . If I’m in England I don’t want to watch a shit ton of Spanish television and if I was in Spain I would hope it’s mostly Spanish.

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