Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are striking all of the right comedic chords for Comedy Central.
The cable network just renewed their hit sketch series Key & Peele for a fourth season. This week, a Deadline report revealed the the two are working with producer Judd Apatow on a movie project for Universal Pictures.
Key and Peele’s sketches, which spoof everything from freestyle rap battles to slave auctions, have attracted more than 400 million views on YouTube.
“We’re in a very interesting, rarified position right now,” Key said of the show’s success both on cable and online. “We’re not even sure exactly where we fit in that picture, but we’re in the middle of it. We’re in the middle of it. We’re right in between these two worlds. We don’t know how it’s going to merge, how it’s going to meld or what the next incarnation is – but it’s exciting.”
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