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Tuesday November 12nd, 2019 morning edition

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Comedian Louis CK launched a world tour last week following his 2017 admission of sexual misconduct, but members of the media are already expressing their disgust.

Louis CK kicked off the tour in early November with shows in Richmond, Virginia.

He'll make several stops in Illinois and Iowa before heading overseas to perform in Israel, Italy, Switzerland, Slovakia and Hungary.

The comedian has marked his return to the spotlight last year.

Since then, he's cracked jokes about his admission that he masturbated in front of women without their consent.

His shows have been picketed by protesters, and many members of the media didn't welcome his tour announcement.

Tickets start at $36.50 for Louis CK's upcoming Nov. 15 tour date in Peoria, Illinois. »

Nintendo says it has ‘no plans’ for a Switch price cut

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He added: “We want to improve profitability by increasing the number of units sold and selling the Nintendo Switch family of hardware for as long as possible.”.

It expects to sell 18 million Switch units during the current financial year ending in March 2020.

A limited edition Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Switch Lite console will also be released in November. »

paul joyce auf Twitter: "Raheem Sterling dropped by England for game with Montenegro after angrily confronting Liverpool's Joe Gomez at St George's Park today."

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Channel 4 Pulls Forward ‘Rick & Morty’ UK Premiere After Complaints From Fans

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Channel 4 has pulled forward the UK premiere of season four of Rick And Morty after fans voiced their displeasure at the original broadcast plans.

Channel 4 had planned to show Adult Swim’s animated series from January next year, but will now begin broadcasting the program from November 20 at 10PM on youth channel E4.

Director of programs Ian Katz tweeted: “You told us you were none too happy about having to wait till January to see Series 4 on Channel 4. »