Key and Peele partner with Squarespace to deliver Super Bowl 50 commentary
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele aren’t going to let the end of Key & Peele prevent them from offering their own hilarious look at this year’s Super Bowl.
The comedy team has partnered with Squarespace to offer up commentary for Super Bowl 50 on a fictional talk show Real Talk. They will debut two new characters, Lee and Morris, who are Atlanta sportscasters providing live commentary of the game on Feb. 7 (and presumably more than a couple of plugs for the website building service).
The broadcast will air on the Squarespace-built Real Talk website, and a few teasers for the collaboration hint at what Lee and Morris have in store come game day.
Last year, Key and Peele hosted a Super Bowl comedy special the Friday before the game on Comedy Central, tied into the comedy duo’s series on the network.
Watch the teasers above and below for the Real Talk commentary, and head to the new website on Feb. 7 to hear what Key and Peele have planned. The comedians can also be seen in Keanu, which opens in theaters on April 29.