In the wake of the New York Times’ report in which five women accused Louis C.K.
of sexual misconduct, the networks and other business ventures have already started distancing themselves from him. On Thursday, HBO was the first to respond to the allegations with a statement released not long after the story published.
will no longer be participating in the ‘Night of Too Many Stars: America Unites for Autism Programs,’ which will be presented live on HBO on November 18,” the network said in a statement. “In addition, HBO is removing Louis C.K.
’s past projects from its On-Demand services.”
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That means that HBO has yanked his 2006 comedy series “Lucky Louie
” and comedy specials he had done with the network, such as “Oh My God” in 2013.
“Night of Too Many