It's all Louis CK all the time at Mixmaster HQ, with comedy's leading schlub set to hit Dallas next weekend. Today, though, our Google Alert brings us sad, sad news: Louie, CK's hit FX show, is going on hiatus until 2014.
"I want the show to keep getting better," C.K. said on a conference call Tuesday. "I want season 4 to go somewhere new."
C.K. said he thinks of the show's first three seasons as a trilogy, and hopes to begin a new story with the fourth.
He has previously begun filming seasons in March for June airing, which forced him to edit and promote the show simultaneously.
And editing the show, as we all know, is no small task:
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