Louis C.K. (Photo: Kevin Mazur, Getty Images for The Bob Woodruff Foundation)
Louis C.K. is returning to a TV near you, but not for Louie.
The comedian has two stand-up specials in the pipeline for Netflix. The first special is called 2017, and has already been filmed in Washington, D.C. The second special has neither a title nor a release date as of press time.
C.K. has had a varied group of projects recently. He voiced a dog in last summer’s The Secret Life of Pets, and is lending his voice to FX’s upcoming animated series, Cops, due later this year. He also lent his talents to the annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit at the New York Comedy Festival.
Netflix has long had a wealth of comedians on its stand-up special roster. It released its latest, Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark, featuring the Daily Show host Tuesday. They also nabbed two upcoming specials from Chris Rock.
The comedian’s 2017 will hit Netflix on April 4.
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