Horace and Pete: Season 1 Reviews

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February 1, 2016
Despite its dim view of the cultural moment, and the bitter edges of its characters, there is something exhilarating and hopeful about the show.
February 1, 2016
Even at its most obvious or ungainly, it's never less than interesting, and it's certainly not shy of conviction; no C.K. fan with an Internet connection and $5 to spare will want to pass it by.
February 1, 2016
I wasn't expecting a stage-homage serial drama from Louis C.K.-but trust C.K. to be able to drop something unconventional like this onto the internet with no salesmanship whatsoever and have it land beautifully.
February 1, 2016
There's a lot of speechifying, some of it is moving and fascinating, some of it sounding like penny-ante Eugene O'Neill. It's also completely fascinating, and full of really wonderful performances.
February 1, 2016
Louis CK can seemingly do whatever he likes, and his only concern is whether or not fans will buy it... It's a good time to be an artist and a better time to be a fan. Horace and Pete is his best work yet.
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