FX Now Nixes Louis C.K. Projects

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Los Angeles, CA)  --  FX and 3 Arts Entertainment are cutting ties with Louis C.K. after he admitted that sexual misconduct allegations are true.  The comedian apologized today to the five women who accused him in the "New York Times," and to business partners who are now running for the exits.  

FX has been the home for most of the comedian's projects over the past eight years.  They announced the cancellation of the deal with his production company Pig Newton, saying C.K. will no longer serve as executive producer on shows that include "Better Things" and "Baskets." 

 C.K.'s longtime management firm, 3 Arts Entertainment,  also announced they are ending their relationship with the comedian.  

On Friday, production company The Orchard announced that it will not release his new film, "I Love You, Daddy."  Netflix and HBO are also scrapping projects, with HBO removing his past work from its on-demand service.

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