sketch comedy show was created by Key and Jordan Peele for Comedy Central in 2012. It was mostly made up of skits that had already been filmed, and it ran for a total of 53 episodes over five seasons before it went off the air in 2015.
“It's something that is in the back of our brains sometimes, but right now, we're just happy to be working on the stuff that we're working on. When I say ‘it's in the back,' I mean it's way, way in the back, yeah.”
Key will be in upcoming movies about Super Mario and Willy Wonka, and Peele is probably hard at work writing a sequel to Nope. It's great that both Key and Peele have grown their careers since the original series, but it makes a possible revival of their show less appealing.
Netflix in October.
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