Louis C.K. Says He Is ‘Very, Very Sad’ To Be Done With ‘Horace and Pete’

Louis C.K. attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills on February 28, 2016. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, April 17 (UPI) — “Horace and Pete” writer-director-producer-star Louis C.K. has announced the 10th episode of his web series was the last.

“That was it. I didn’t want to say, in the last email, that it was the last episode. Because I didn’t want you to know, as you watched the episode, that it would be the last one. But yeah, obviously, that was it,” the comedian wrote in an email to fans Saturday.

The lengthy message included information about how viewers can now buy the entire season of the show for $31. It also explained how C.K. felt creating and leaving behind the program, which he also financed.

“It is a singular experience to have done this show and a very, very sad thing to be done doing it. I loved telling that/those story(ies),” he wrote. “I loved working in that (fake) bar with that crew for those ten weeks. It was a wicked high privilege to act with those actors. I mean holy [expletive.]

Those actors. Steve Buscemi, Edie Falco, Alan Alda, Jessica Lange, Aidy Bryant, Laurie Metcalf, Maria Dizzia, my good friends Steven Wright and Nick DiPaolo. Watching the budding talent of new kids like Kurt Metzger. Fly-by encounters with greats like George Wallace, Burt Young, Colin Quinn, Rick Shapiro, Tom Noonan, Reg E. Cathey, Craig muMs Grant. Sitting across from home run hitters like Karen Pittman, Nina Arianda, Amy Sedaris, while all I had to do was twirl my finger in the air like an umpire watching it go over the fence.”


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