Per usual, Felix “xQc” Lengyel has been at the forefront of an entirely new trend on Twitch. This time around, it’s an AI sitcom called Nothing, Forever.
Nothing, Forever is an AI sitcom inspired by Seinfeld. Most people have just been enjoying watching the chaos from their battlestation but xQc found out that there’s a way to be directly involved in the sitcom. Over on Patreon, xQc discovered that people can pay $999 and get a character on the show.
On stream, xQc read the Patreon tier description out loud to viewers and then contemplated spending nearly $1,000 to be included. It wasn’t a long think, as his chat continued to pressure him to go for it.
“Oh my f—ing god, I did it,” xQc said.
Will xQc appear in Nothing, Forever?
After paying to have his own character inserted into the AI sitcom, xQc will eventually appear in a future episode. The Patreon page stated that anyone who purchases a spot on the show will be alerted before the character shows up. But for now, it’s unclear exactly when xQc will make his appearance.
xQc did cancel the recurring billing option, so the Juicer essentially only paid for a month. This could mean xQc won’t be a reoccurring character in Nothing, Forever.
What is Nothing, Forever on Twitch?
Nothing, Forever is a livestream that has been running continuously on Twitch since December 2022. Created by Mismatch Media, the Seinfeld-inspired sitcom is AI-generated. All of the dialogue is created with GPT-3 from Open AI and DALL-E. The scenes are created with machine learning models written in Python using TensorFlow. The show is rendered using Unity and C#.
The absurd and completely AI-created show has gained a massive following after it was featured on the news. Big content creators caught on and started streaming it so they could react to each episode with their viewers. This included xQc.
The show can change depending on how people react, which has made it a lot more interactive and entertaining.
Check out the AI sitcom here. The Twitch channel currently has over 61.5K followers. The description reads: “Nothing, Forever is a show about nothing, that happens forever. Kinda like popular sitcoms of the past, except that it never stops.”