A moment of dismay for fans of the successful comedy show “Key and Peele”, as co-creators Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele have confirmed that the show will drop curtains at the end of the current season. Jordan Peele’s recent tweet, “Don’t miss the last 8 episodes!” gave hints to the end of the show’s run, and the news about Comedy Central planning an animated spinoff based on their previous characters “Vandaveon & Mike” earlier in 2014 had already started the rumor mill. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
“Key and Peele” saw the creators throw humorous banter in front of a live audience about topics through sketches and short films. The show premiered in 2012 to amazing responses from both viewers as well as critics. After an amazing three years and five seasons in total, the show is now nearing its end, but the co-creators of “Key and Peele” have confirmed their role in turning “Vandaveon & Mike” into a proper animated show about 12-year-old hall monitors and their journey through junior high school, and viewers are already excited about it.
The popular “Key and Peele” sketches included the “East/West Bowl” and some unique black jokes. However, according to the Washington Post, most viewers would agree that “Luther, President Barack Obama’s Anger Translator” was likely the best they have yet offered.
The fifth season of the show runs till September 2015, and will see 3 years of roaring success finally end. The show was nominated for 7 Primetime Emmy Awards, and also won the American Comedy Award for Best Director in 2014, and the Peabody Award in 2013.
“Vandaveon & Mike” was created by Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as a humorous commentary to their own show. The episodes have been added to the on-demand episodes of Comedy Central after the amazing reviews it garnered.
Key and Peele, you will be missed, fellas!
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