'Louie': Louis C.K. discusses keeping his show unpredictable, his TV ex-wife and more


"Louie" begins its third season on FX Thursday night (June 28), and it remains maybe the purest expression of a creator's vision on television. Because as much control as, say, "Mad Men's" Matthew Weiner or "The Newsroom's" Aaron Sorkin may have over their shows, they don't write, direct and star in every episode.Louis C.K. does that, and he used to edit his own show too. He's now turned those reins over (mostly) to Susan E. Morse, a long-time Woody Allen collaborator, but he still puts his stamp on virtually every aspect of the show, in part, he says, because he doesn't want to become complacent."One way I do that is to make it harder. I mean, this season was a lot harder than last season," C.K. says. "It's just that the production was more difficult, and I did ... more things that I wasn't sure I would be able to pull off. So I always...



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