If you weren’t able to get tickets to Louis C.K.’s sold-out tour, you’re in luck…
The 45-year-old half-Mexican American comedian/actor is partnering with HBO to broadcast his second hour-long stand-up comedy special for the premium cable channel sometime next year.
The special will be taped during Louis C.K.’s current 16-city tour, according to HBO.
Louis C.K. – who earned two Primetime Emmy Awards this year, including one for his critically acclaimed FX series Louie – previously appeared on HBO as part of the network’s One Night Stand stand-up comedy series. He later appeared in his first hour-long special titled Shameless in 2007, which aired on HBO and was later released on DVD.
The recent Saturday Night Live host’s last stand-up special, Live at the Beacon Theater, has earned him series accolades. The self-distributed concert performance, for which he charged fans $5 apiece to download it online, earned him a reported $1.1 million