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    How Louis CK changed conventional TV Show making with "Horace and Pete"

    Examine Louis CK’s new show, how it was released (without hefty invasive marketing strategies and advertisement) (a practice that is becoming more common in the music industry, notably with BeyoncĂ©) Analyse the show’s use of time (as proof of an intellectually more engaging show) and its politics

    • I think that's a great idea for an article. It would be interesting to chart how this practice of suddenly releasing art began and who else of note has participated. Another thing to explore would be how Louis CK's production of "Horace and Pete" differs from other examples of this, considering that he payed for the production of the show right out of his own pocket. By analyzing the content of the show and the ways in which it engages with viewers on an intellectual level, you could write about how this practice allows for greater creative freedom and, consequently, more engaging television. – Faron Wade-Lang 4 years ago
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