Most men have a dream. In LUCKY LOUIE, Louis C.K. has wet dreams. So send the kids to bed ‘cause this comedy series ain’t for family viewing. Premiering Wednesday, March 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Louis C.K. uses R-rated material from his über successful stand-up routine as fodder for his new, 13-episode comedy series. Airing uncensored and uncut exclusively on The Comedy Network, LUCKY LOUIE turns family life into a four-letter word.
From writing for cult faves Pootie Tang, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE and CHRIS ROCK SHOW to guest-starring on PARKS AND RECREATION, Louis C.K. has been around the block … and then some. Filled with foul-language, sexuality and occasional full-frontal male nudity, LUCKY LOUIE is a very adult comedy about married life through the story of a couple just barely getting by.
Shot in front of a live studio audience, LUCKY LOUIE follows Louie, who works part-time while his bread-winning wife, Kim, works as a nurse and runs the household. In the premiere episode, Louie is worried that his wife wants another baby when, out of the blue, she tries to seduce him.
LUCKY LOUIE also stars Pamela Adlon (CALIFORNICATION) as Kim; Mike Hagerty (FRIENDS) as Mike; Laura Kightlinger (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy) as Tina; Kelly Gould (RITA ROCKS) as Lucy, Kim and Louie’s daughter; Jerry Minor (I Love You, Man) as Walter; Kim Hawthorne (WHISTLER) as Ellen; Jim Norton (Zack and Miri Make a Porno) as Rich; and Rick Shapiro (Pootie Tang) as Jerry.