The strange, quirky journey of FX’s Fargo continues next Tuesday with the appearance of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele — Key & Peele, if you will. What brings the hot comedic duo to cold-ass Minnesota? They play FBI agents who are trying to hunt down mysterious hit man Lorne Malvo, played by Billy Bob Thornton — or Billy Bob Thorntons, as the valets might say — after a not-so-pleasant encounter with him. As you can see in this clip from the episode, they might be focused on the wrong target. READ FULL STORY
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Alright times three: Who wants to witness another gloriously gonzo Matthew McConaughey speech? The chest-thumping, Oscar-winning actor — who has scored on screens big and small over the last year (Dallas Buyers Club, The Wolf of Wall Street, True Detective) — is being honored at Spike TV’s Guys Choice 2014, EW has learned. He will be named Guy of the Year, an award whose previous recipients include Ben Affleck, Brad Pitt, and George Clooney. READ FULL STORY
Comedy Central just gave Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele a very “nooice” deal.
The stars of Key & Peele are developing an animated spinoff for the network, featuring their Critiquer’s Corner characters Vandaveon and Mike, while also seeing season 4 of their sketch comedy series expanded to 22 episodes.
Everyone likes to engage in a spirited discussion about pop culture, but the ones had between the valets on Key & Peele? Level: NEXT. Fans of the Comedy Central sketch series know that these car parkers, played by Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, hold a special place in their 200-beats-per-minute hearts for the badass side of Liam Neesons*, also known as Liam Neeson. If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if these excitable valets actually met the Taken star, today is your luckiest of days: The trio join forces in a Comedy Central promo for Neeson’s new action thriller Non-Stop. What was it like for Key and Peele to share camera time with the man who “straight killed a robot boat”? “We knew he was a true badass when he showed up to the set with a cup of tea… like, with a teacup and saucer,” Peele tells EW. “We asked him if people call him ‘Liam Neesons.’ He said, ‘Oh yeah, it happens all the time. I don’t mind it.’ It was a dream come true.” See for yourself below and start counting the days until a Bruce Willy encounter. READ FULL STORY
Good news arrived today for a trio of Comedy Central series: The network announced that it had renewed Key & Peele for a fourth season, Brickleberry for a third, and Drunk History for a second.
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If you miss the season 3 premiere of Key & Peele tonight on Comedy Central, you better avoid the Internet and the water cooler tomorrow, for fear of hearing the most quotable lines and hilarious plot points before you get a chance to enjoy them yourselves.
Keegan Michael Key is living that exact nightmare right now: While his wife is in Europe, he promised to avoid watching the latest Breaking Bad until she got back — meaning he has yet to see “Ozymandias,” one of the most thrilling hours of television ever. Now, he’s walking in a veritable minefield of spoilers everywhere he goes. “I hope she understands the sacrifice that I am making,” Key told EW today. “She gets to go to France, and I’m sitting here on my ass not watching Breaking Bad.”
His comedy comrade Jordan Peele, meanwhile, is reveling in Key’s discomfort. “The major difference between Keegan and I is that he can’t lie,” Peele said. “He has, like, a moral compass, especially to his wife. He just won’t lie. For me, this would have just been taken care of. I’d just watch it and play it cool and have to watch it twice. … It’s fun to watch someone with morals squirm.”
The moral of the story: Don’t be that guy! Below, Key and Peele share six reasons fans definitely need to join them (and their many alter egos) for tonight’s premiere:
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Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are kind of a big deal.
Their Comedy Central sketch show, Key & Peele, has been keeping audiences laughing with hilarious bits such as Substitute Teacher and Pizza Order for two seasons now. So you’d expect that for their third season premiere party (full of their iconic characters), they would certainly be VIPs. Of course, as viewers can see in this exclusive new trailer, that’s not exactly what happens.
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Key & Peele stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele told EW’s Annie Barrett that their die-hard fans will be rewarded in season 3 with plenty of returning favorites.
Among those repeat characters will be President Obama (Peele) and his anger translator, Luther (Key), one of the duo’s first breakout sketches. So what would the hot-and-cold duo have to say about all this Comic-Con craziness down in San Diego?
Click the video below to find out!
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You can thank President Barack Obama for this one, Key & Peele fans. Comedy Central’s sketch comedy series starring the multifaceted duo of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele has been renewed for a third season. Thirteen more episodes of political incorrectness await in the fall of 2013.
“Since Obama won re-election, it only seems fair that we would give Key & Peele another season,” said Kent Alterman, Comedy Central’s head of original programming and production, in a press release.
Key and Peele recently visited fan President Obama and regularly impersonate him in their skits. “We are so thrilled about the pick-up and want to thank Comedy Central for four more years!” Key and Peele said in a press release. “Oh wait, what’s that? One more year? Oh … okay, that will work too.”
The show’s season finale will air tomorrow at 10:30 p.m. on Comedy Central.
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Don’t cry because Key & Peele‘s sophomore season is almost over — smile because it happened, and also because the following sketch is the show’s perfect capper.
In “Hatz” — a bit that will air as part of Key & Peele‘s second season finale — Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele become embroiled in an intense game of sartorial one-upmanship. It’s sort of like an inversion of SNL‘s “Ladies Who Lunch” sketch, except nobody can accuse this one of ripping off Tim and Eric. To say anything more would mean ruining the joke, so I’ll stop here and just urge you to get in there, dog, get in there get in there get in there:
Last week we offered up an exclusive sneak peek of a hilarious sketch from tonight’s episode of Key & Peele. But if you’re like us, you’re still not done enjoying memorable skits from the Comedy Central series’ past. Luckily, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele aren’t either.
The duo have been buddies since their days as MadTV players, and over time they developed a unique comedy rapport. Together, they’ve seen their sketch series — now in its second season — become a favorite amongst fans and presidents alike. (When visiting Jimmy Fallon, Obama said that the Key & Peele skits featuring Obama’s Anger Translator were “good stuff.”) And in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, which you can pick up on stands now, we asked Key and Peele to break down four of their most popular sketches to date.
Here’s a preview of what you’ll find in the magazine, plus videos of each skit:
What’s worse than getting besieged by zombies? Getting besieged by racist zombies!
In a new sketch from next Wednesday’s episode of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele, which you can watch exclusively here, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele join forces with ex-Hercules star Kevin Sorbo to ward off a frightening zombie apocalypse. The scene riffs off of classic zombie works like Shaun of the Dead, The Walking Dead, and Night of the Living Dead — basically anything with the word “dead” in it — but Key and Peele quickly discover that these zombies have unusually discriminating tastes.
Take a look at a preview of the new sketch in the video below:
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