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Comedy Central Bringing Back ‘Key & Peele’ For 2nd Season (Details On What To Expect + Blu-ray Release)

Comedy Central Bringing Back 'Key & Peele' For 2nd Season (Details On What To Expect + Blu-ray Release)

I must admit that I’m so behind on this series. Too many shows to keep up with, and after checking out early episodes of it, I just wasn’t sucked in enough to continue on. But I hope some of you are fans and have been watching. 

Clearly, enough people have since Comedy Central announced today that it’s bringing the series back for a secod season, starting on September 26, at 10:30pm ET/PT.

Expect the following guest stars: Wayne Brady, Kevin Sorbo, Rob Delaney, Billy Dee Williams and Brenda Song.

Expect the following sketches: an uncomfortable Chris Brown music video featuring Rihanna; Racist zombies; and gangsters who bond over a mutual love of the Twilight series.

Viewers can also look forward to the return of Obama and his anger translator Luther, as the series continues to tackle issues like race relations in a less than “post-racial” society and focus on culturally relevant characters such as Steve Jobs and the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson.

The first season series premiere pulled in 2.1 million total viewers, making it the biggest Comedy Central launch since 2009! 

And lastly, look for Key & Peele Season One on Blu-ray and DVD on September 25, with bonus features including footage from the South Beach Comedy Festival, more from Luther – Obama’s Anger Translator, audio commentaries and more! 

So, once again, Wednesday, September 26, 10:30pm ET/PT, Key & Peele  return to primetime.

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Loved the show and can't wait for more of the social commentary brought about in such an uproarious satire.
Two gangsters about to commit a drive by but halted because one accidentally craps his pants and the skip carries out during that time.
A back and forth especially about how these two forgotten comics from Mad TV who have in common their bi-racial background explore attempts to prove whose blacker with an education spin as well as a gutter urban take.

Comedy Central is golden with Chappelle's Show, Tosh.O & now Key & Peele, many more seasons to them.


I'm delighted. I found them consistently funny, and I'm glad they're back for another season.


I keep missing this show.


glad that the brothers are getting work…but i checked out 5 or 6 episodes and 95% of their skits were about as funny as a heart attack. would rather pop in an old Dave Chappelle DVD. *shrug*

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