Earlier today the 2016 Emmy nominations were announced, and you know what that means: it’s time to complain about how wrongheaded Emmy voters are for failing to recognize your favorite show. That’s part of the fun, right? But while we’re at it, it’s worth pointing out a few things they got right, too, even if — as in the case of The Americans — it took ’em a while. Below, let’s look over some of 2016 Emmy snubs and surprises. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, June 16th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
I still haven’t finished the first season of Horace and Pete, but not because it’s a bad show. In fact, I haven’t finished the first season of Horace and Pete because it’s too good, too effective, and too emotionally brutal. I’m practically afraid of the series and what writer/director/star Louis C.K. has in store for me. You don’t binge Horace and Pete – you survive it.
I have no idea how the initial ten episodes of Horace and Pete conclude (I’ll get there soon enough), but now C.K. is now talking about getting to work on a second season of his completely independent web series…but only if it can live up to his standards.
Posted on Sunday, April 17th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
After surprising fans with a new web series called Horace and Pete earlier this year, comedian Louis C.K. has delivered 10 episodes of the series that isn’t really a straight-up comedy series. The project plays out more like a stage production with an interesting blend of comedy and drama, driven by some very compelling characters written by Louis C.K. himself.
But sadly, Louis C.K. has announced that the tenth episode of Horace and Pete, which hit the we earlier this month, would be the end of the series. In an e-mail with fans, the comedian gave a fond farewell and thanks to all who worked on the project and gushed about how happy he was for his fans to receive it with open arms. Find out more about the Horace and Pete ending after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, February 1st, 2016 by Angie Han
Louie is currently in the middle of another extended hiatus, but Louis C.K. has apparently been busy working on another, top-secret series. Over the weekend, C.K. borrowed a page from the Beyoncé playbook and dropped a new web series, Horace and Pete, with no warning.
C.K. plays Horace and Steve Buscemi is Pete, and the two operate a run-down Brooklyn dive bar together. Also starring in the series are Alan Alda, Jessica Lange, Edie Falco, Aidy Bryant, and more. Read More »