Looks like it could be good Louis C.K. surprises fans by dropping a new sitcom with Steve Buscemi on website for $5 BY Melanie Dostis NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, January 30, 2016, 1:17 PM LouisCK.net Louis C.K. pushed a new show "Horace and Pete" featuring Steve Buscemi on his website, without a prior announcement. He may be taking a break from “Louie,” but Louis C.K. is holding viewers over with a new show. The actor-comedian surprised fans with the unexpected release of a show called “Horace and Pete” on his website on Saturday . The funnyman hadn’t revealed any plans for another show since he announced he was going on an extended hiatus from his self-titled show last August. An email from the comedian to subscribers offered few details and simply read “A brand new thing from Louis C.K.” “Go here to watch it. We hope you like it,” it continued. The online show appears to be about an Irish bar, Horace and Pete’s, in Brooklyn. Evan Agostini/Evan Agostini/Invision/AP The comedian is currently taking a break from his show, "Louie." The first episode, which is 67 minutes long, is available for $5. The site offers no description of the show but it co-stars Steve Buscemi and includes appearances from Alan Alda, Nick DiPaolo, Aidy Bryant, Edie Falco, Kurt Metzger and Steven Wright. C.K., who wrote and directed the online show, stars as Horace, who runs the dive bar with Buscemi a’s Pete, Gothamist reported. Viewers can also look forward to a theme song performed by Paul Simon. And, the show appears to be a recent production as it pokes fun on up-to-the-minute events like Donald Trump’s election, according to Gothamist. Dan MacMedan/WireImage Enlarge Richard Drew/AP Enlarge Steve Buscemi and Alan Alda appear in the show, alongside C.K. This isn’t the first time C.K. has unveiled new projects on his websites instead of turning to popular streaming sites. In the past, he’s released comedy specials exclusively on the site. The 48-year-old took a break from his hit show after it wrapped its fifth season and its unknown when ”Louie” will return. It's also unclear if and when more episodes of "Horace and Pete's" will be added.