comedian Andrew Schulz Refusing to bow and censor his comedy special for Amazon, he decided to release it on his own, and the decision is already paying off with over a million dollars.
Schulz recently revealed that streaming service celebrities “freaked out” when they saw the material he wanted to include in the upcoming comedy special. We were told jokes on the project ranged from topics like Ted Bundy, abortion and Michael Jackson. Schulze claimed that the honorable asked him to remove sensitive material, or else they would not be able to post it to users.
We spoke to sources close to Schulz who told us he had been shopping the special to Amazon and Netflix – Amazon’s top show – but then backed out after Schulz refused to remove the playing content.
Now, Schulz has decided to launch the special edition to fans through his website at $15 a ticket. On day one alone, we were told, he made $500,000 in sales and made over $1 million in less than a week.
Our sources say the way tickets are being sold, he’ll make more than his deal with Amazon was in the first place.
It should be noted that he partnered with Moment House to sell his tickets – the same company behind it Justin Beiber And the Kigo It shows – and we’re told it actually broke sales records.
Of course, Schulz’s back-and-forth follows a lot of tension between customers and streaming screens like Netflix. you will remember, Dave Chappelle And Netflix both tons of heat About transphobic substances in his latest special film “The Closer”.