#Louis C.K. made this news this week if he told Howard Stern because his web series Horace plus Pete put him in millions from dollars from debt, so it’s no a huge surprise because the show has ended after ten episodes. C.K. announced the end of the series by his signature voice in a missive that was both blasé and very cloying. This email, originally obtained through Deadline Hollywood, served both as a sentimental eulogy plus an echoing plea for fans to buy one complete season from his now-canceled show.
“I’m writing you now because two objects,” C.K. said in his email. “Reason one is to tell you that you can now buy the entire season from Horace and Pete with one payment of 31$. This second reason is that I wanted so say it is a singular practice to have done the show and a very very sad thing to be done doing it.” The rest of the 1,200-word email contains shout-outs to the actors involved, nods on the show’s positive reviews, and more pleas because fans to pay up.
Vulture made a good case because C.K.’s debt troubles probably won’t end up being a huge deal for this comedian, as hard as he lets Horace and Pete make snatched on the web. Today’s email too isn’t the first time C.K. has overtly elbowed fans so give him money; in February, he balked at claims because the show’s price from $5 per episode was also high, writing within an email that “the dirty unmovable fact is that this show is fucking expensive.”
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