Comedian Louis C.K. may be starting a new 14-city tour on Nov. 2, but recent reports indicate that low ticket sales may prove to be problematic for the new outing.

Earlier this month, the performer announced the new dates on his website. "Hey. Hello. I am on the road doing professional stand-up comedy. Which consists of sharing jokes, stories, observations, lies, non-lies, and being generally ridiculous for the benefit of a laughing audience," his official site reads. He then shared the list of upcoming appearances, adding that more would periodically be added. 

However, according to Radar Online, his "comeback tour" may already be in trouble.

As noted by the publication, C.K., who could once sell out arenas, is now playing smaller venues. Even with the adjustment in seating, Radar states that it has still proven to be difficult to sell tickets. The six-time Emmy winner used to fill famous venues, such as New York's Carnegie Hall and Beacon Theater, but has now shifted gears to appear at stops in Raleigh, NC and Peoria, IL.

Additionally, each of those dates still have "plenty of tickets available for purchase" as of the date of publication.

This likely comes as a result of C.K.'s sexual misconduct allegations that he faced in 2017. "The power I had over these women is that they admired me. And I wielded that power irresponsibly," he later said in a statement after the women broke their silence about his past behavior. The comedian would eventually be banned from Netflix and HBO.

Prior to these new dates, C.K. had attempted to previously return to the stage, although it was not well-received. During that set, he made jokes surrounding the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, which is where he reportedly said the survivors were not "interesting."

On the upcoming tour dates, audience members will be forced to put their cell phones in locked bags, likely to circumvent any potential issues from recurring. Fine print on the tickets state that not only will the dates be phone-free, but those who choose to attend will also be prohibited from using their "smart watches, smart accessories, cameras or recording devices."