Netflix is also choosing not to work with C.K. again. "The allegations made by several women in The New York Times about Louis C.K.’s behavior are disturbing," read's the streaming service's statement. "Louis' unprofessional and inappropriate behavior with female colleagues has led us to decide not to produce a second stand up special, as had been planned.”
Meanwhile, FX, the cable channel that broadcasts C.K.'s Emmy-winning show, Louie, said in a statement on Thursday that it was “very troubled” by the allegations and was reviewing the matter. The network added that it has “received no allegations of misconduct by Louis C.K.” on any of the five FX shows he worked on over the past eight years.
Also following the Times report, Parks and Recreation creator Mike Schur apologized for casting C.K. for a recurring guest role on six episodes of the series.
"I don’t remember when I heard the rumors about him," Schur tweeted. “But I’m sure it was before the last time he was on Parks and Rec. And that sucks. And I’m sorry.”