Louis CK went on to appear in a number of television shows, including Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist (1996-1997), Home Movies (2002), The Invention of Lying (2009) and Parks and Recreation (2009.) His additional comedy specials include his own Comedy Central Presents show (2001), an appearance on One Night Stand (2005), and the specials Shameless (2007), Chewed Up (2006), Hilarious (2011), and Live at the Beacon Theater (2011.) Many of these performances also appear on DVD and in CD format.
Louis CK is currently most associated with the television show Louis, but he originally developed another television show, Lucky Louie, for HBO in 2006. Lucky Louie ran for only one season, but three years later, in 2009, his television show Louie was picked up by FX, and has been enormously successful ever since. The show features Louis CK’s brazen brand of comedy, addressing a number of his own real-life experiences, including his marriage and divorce. The show has earned him multiple Emmy nominations and is critically acclaimed.
In addition to his work on stage and television, Louis CK can frequently be heard as a guest on the Bob and Tom radio show and the Opie and Anthony radio show. He continues to perform live regularly, bringing his stand-up to audiences around the nation.