Key & Peele: Fourth Season Renewal for Comedy Central Series

key and peele TV showComedy Central has renewed their sketch comedy series Key & Peele for a fourth season. New episodes will start airing next year.

The third season is currently airing on Wednesday nights and will wrap on December 4th.

Executive produced by Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Ian Roberts, Jay Martel and Joel Zadak, Key & Peele features pre-recorded sketches that are introduced by Peele and Key in front of a studio audience.

What do you think? Are you a fan of this comedy show?

13 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. says

    It would be good to see more sketches that revolve around more races. But in general the sketches are funny. If I am offended by a particular sketch I ask myself why I am offended? Perhaps because of ignorance I was taught as a youth. Humour in a way to get a variety of points across concerning a subject. is; politics, religion, race, sex and so on. Key and Peele touch on subjects that many of us are afraid to talk about in mixed company. One can always say: “Remember that episode in Key & Peele when they were making fun….of such and such. etc. etc”. Humor, can be taken many ways and it can also be very nasty minded. These guys put a smile on my face. You can always watch something else if you do not enjoy it. Now….I’ m going to watch a sci-fi show called Firefly. Everyone has different tastes and likes. That’s what gives us Personality and free will. Thank You for reading my post. Have a great night. PeaceOut.

  2. dexter says

    if their target audience was 6-9 year olds i would have to say they nailed it
    otherwise i would rather put out a campfire with my face then to watch it again

  3. Chris says

    Key & Peele. I have no idea how people can watch this garbage. Seriously unfunny. Can’t wait till it gets canceled.

  4. says

    I enjoy more of Key & Peele when they are talking to the audience rather than their sketch films; however, I have an issue with the whole “race” thing. They both admit proudly that they are “bi-racial” or of mixed race. They say they are 1/2 black and 1/2 white, but their sketch shows are strictly black humor. Why mention that they are white at all if they are not going to embrace their white side and do comedy about that as well. I have African DNA in me also; however, I look like Merida from the Pixar movie, “Brave” and no one would guess I was mixed race. I will continue to DVR and watch the show because it lightens up my days!

  5. says

    I celebrate the return of Key and Peele. They touch on subjects that no one else will touch (e.g. how women see the world and how they express it, how men see the world and how they express it; and so on with several different points of view). Every person has a right to their own opinion, but I have noticed that the people making comments in the negative seem to be ignorant of basic English grammar. This doesn’t bode well for them when trying to express their opinion of Key & Peele. If one doesn’t find something fun to watch, change the channel and forget about the show. There is no need for negative opinions and epithets. Grow up people!

  6. says

    Just when you think TV can’t get ant more stupid, just when you think that glorification of the seriously mentally retarded, just when you think it’s time to shoot your TV to keep the crap from infesting the rest of your house they go and put on a TV show that can only be understood by people who’s been drinking bong water. Sick is as sick does.

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