Comic and pie enthusiast Louis C.K. is something of an underrated genius, having written for Conan O'Brien, Chris Rock, and of course, himself. Variety has just announced a pilot from the comic, titled "Louie," shortly after NBC announced he has been cast as a love interest for Amy Poehler on Parks and Recreation. This new FX show is reportedly a companion to the hard-to-companionize It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
C.K.'s previous work, Lucky Louie, was an HBO series that aired a couple of years ago. Stylistically, it felt like a 1990s Fox sitcom. Really funny stuff, if you have the means to catch it we suggest that you do so.
(Image stolen from his web site.)