Here are 20 more comedians (in no particular order) that we think are ready for self-skewing primetime, and the kind of shows we want to see them in. (Note that we tried to avoid people who have already headlined their own series, or those with series currently in development.)
Key & Peele's recurring characters Vandaveon and Mike could finally get the bigger spotlight they're probably sure they're due. Comedy Central announced today that Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, stars and executive producers of Key & Peele, have inked a development deal for an animated series based on their Critiquer's Corner bit "Vandaveon & Mike."
OK does anyone else think this casting smells of genius? Because I think this casting smells of genius. FXís television adaptation of The Coen Brothersí Fargo just went the comedic route, adding the actors of Comedy Centralís Key & Peele to the already-stacked and impressive roster of folks heading to North Dakota. And hooo wee nelly are we ever so excited.
For those of you looking for an escape from what's left of the summer festivities, there are some great options on Amazon Prime. Last week, we offered you a selection of excellent, currently-airing TV shows consisting of three seasons or fewer, which were available streaming on Netflix. Today, we have a new list with the same criteria for shows that are not available to Amazon Prime subscribers. Those looking to get caught up on some worth-watching TV series ahead of their respective new seasons may want to give these a try.
If you listen to the words of "Baby It's Cold Outside," they could be interpreted as someone trying to leave while someone else is really not letting it happen. It's supposed to be romantic, but what if the one person really refused to let the other one go? Key & Peele decided to take that concept to the next level with their own song, which has Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele singing and dancing together in a musical number that takes a couple of bizarre twists.
South Park isn't the only Comedy Central series returning with a new episode tonight! The second season of Key & Peele debuts tonight. Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key's sketch comedy series made a splash in its first season, particularly with the funny sketches parodying President Obama and introducing his translator Luther. Check out the latest Obama/Luthor sketch, and also see Peele's take on a basketball player with a very bad suggestion.
There are plenty of reasons to look forward to the upcoming second season of Comedy Central's Key and Peele, among which are Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele's White House sketches, which have Peele playing President Barack Obama, while Key plays Luther, Obama's trusted "Anger Translator," the man who says everything Obama doesn't. A promo for Season 2 puts Obama and Luther back together for a message to the viewers.
If youíve been enjoying Comedy Centralís new sketch comedy series Key & Peele, thereís good news! The cable channel has already given the series an order for a second season. And to celebrate, we have a funny video from tonightís new episode.
Last night, Comedy Central aired another new episode of the new sketch comedy series Key & Peele. In case you havenít checked out this promising new series, we have one of the featured sketches from last nightís episode for you to watch. Also worth a look is Key's appearance on last night's Conan.
Last night, Comedy Central premiere their new sketch comedy series Key & Peele, which stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. In case you missed it, check out a couple of the sketches ahead and see if you think the show has the humor to go the distance.
Later this month, Comedy Central will premiere the new sketch-comedy series Key & Peele. Could this be the network's next great sketch comedy series? Weíll have to wait for the answer to that question. In the meantime, we have a clip from the show that may very well make you laugh out loud.