The comedian released his first special since sexual misconduct allegations were made public in 2017.
Comedian Louis C.K. sparked debate over "comedy police" and cancel culture, after making a joke in Israel about preferring Auschwitz over New York City.
Disgraced comedian Louis C.K. publicly announced a new tour Monday, about two years after admitting he had been responsible for non-consensual sexual behavior. The announcement appears to have resulted in a mostly negative response online.
The comedian received a warm welcome from comedy fans when he arrived at SkankFest NYC in Brooklyn, where he performed a 20-minute set.
During his set, Davidson said the comedian tried to get him fired when he hosted 'Saturday Night Live' in April 2017, months before several female comedians accused him of sexual misconduct.
The comedian has cut a controversial figure since last year when he admitted to a number of acts of sexual misconduct with women.
At least 19 women have accused the president of misdeeds, and most American voters want him out of office.
The culinary star was accused of sexual misconduct by at least four women. He did not deny the allegations.
"I Love You, Daddy" was supposed to have its New York City premiere on Thursday. It was abruptly cancelled following allegations in the New York Times.