Nominations came out today for the American Comedy Awards, and This Is the End, Parks and Recreation, Key & Peele, and more all scored nominations. The American Comedy Awards ran from 1987 to 2001 before being discontinued, but NBC announced in October that the awards are being resurrected after 13 years away and that they'll be broadcasting them. Voting is open to the public, and you can cast your vote on the show's 19 categories, including categories for standups and web videos, by visiting the awards' official website or their Facebook page.
The American Comedy Awards' TV and movie nominations are pretty spot-on and more in [...]
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, stars of Comedy Central's sketch show Key and Peele, did an interview with THR in which they discussed SNL's recent diversity issue:
PEELE: I think everyone sees what's going on, which is Lorne Michaels has a history of relating to white men, and it is a field where there are a disproportionate amount of whacky white guys. But the truth of the matter is, we have so many friends who are African-American women who are straight-up ready that it doesn't really hold water to us.
KEY: That would be our opinion. But we run in different circles than Lorne Michaels does, if you can [...]
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele appeared on Conan last night to promote the third season of Key & Peele, and premiere a sequel to their "East/West College Bowl" sketch about ridiculous football player names. And below, they talk about their early days at MADtv and act out for Conan what it's like when they meet an older fan. It involves singing.
Here's a brand new trailer for the upcoming third season of Key & Peele, set to premiere Wednesday, September 18th, on Comedy Central. The third season consists of 13 episodes, more than the show has ever done in one season before, and Comedy Central announced that guest stars this year will include Andy Daly, Jack McBrayer, Jason Schwartzman, Natasha Leggero, Colin Hanks, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Gabriel Iglesias, Metta World Peace, James Callis, David Giuntoli, Freddie Wong, and a singing zombie.