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In this sketch comedy series, comics Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele create and star in skits that poke fun at popular culture, politics, and other aspects of modern life. The series aired on Comedy Central between 2012 and 2015. In the first three seasons, an episode would consist of a cold opening, with a short sketch. After the intro plays, the two hosts would introduce themselves to a studio audience and explain a possible situation, with the following sketch having a similar situation. The show then follows this pattern, with a number of sketches, each varying in time. Not all the segments are introduced by a studio segment.

In the last two seasons, the show eschewed a studio audience in favor of a pre-shot narrative, featuring the duo discussing a concept during a car ride, as the introduction to their sketches.

After the end of the series, Key went on to a successful career as an actor. He mainly focused on guest-starring and recurring roles on other series. Peele went on to an extremely successful career as a filmmaker. His directorial debut, the horror film Get Out, earned him an Oscar.

Key & Peele is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (59 episodes). The series first aired on January 31, 2012.

Where do I stream Key & Peele online? Key & Peele is available for streaming on Comedy Central, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Key & Peele on demand at HBO Max, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Sling, Apple TV, Comedy Central online.

Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Comedy Central
5 Seasons, 59 Episodes
January 31, 2012
Cast: Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele
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Key & Peele Full Episode Guide

  • In the series finale, sketches include a man calling 911; Ray Parker Jr.'s new songs; a man who's obsessed with an Internet meme; and a young man being educated about a place called Negrotown.

  • Sketches include two friends arguing at a club; Meegan and André having a serious discussion; a rapper walking out of an interview; Conrad flying business select; and a man sporting a new mustache.

  • Neil deGrasse Tyson relaxes at home, Keegan must keep it together during a job interview, a tailor deals with a gassy client, the valets discuss "Game of Thrones," and a telemarketer tries a new strategy.

  • A tickle game between two friends gets weird, a writers' room brainstorms for "Gremlins 2," a man deals with an unruly office janitor, two thugs suspect their friend snitched, and Keegan and Jordan discuss Africa at a party.

  • A gangster participates in a drive-by, a mom writes a song for her son, two scam artists compete with each other, an "Undercover Boss" reveals himself, Big Boi runs into André 3000, and two guys get into a car accident.

  • Judge Jessie has a new show. A couple of ladies catch up over drinks. The valets talk about Val Kilmer.

  • Sketches include a politician who denies sending lewd photos and a detective questioning a rapper.

  • A gospel group must practice without their coach, a group of warriors celebrate a beheading, a prisoner tries to trick his guard, and a young man is confronted for only speaking in catchphrases.

  • A PSA helps prevent child soldiers in Africa, a college a cappella group gets a new member, Meegan and André go on their first date, a terror group runs a food truck, and two old men discuss popular music.

  • A flight attendant deals with a passenger who refuses to fasten his seatbelt, British explorers discuss their travels, two couples try to avoid spoilers on a double date, and a prayer group receives divine intervention.

  • A football team gets amped up before a game, President Obama and Luther meet Hillary Clinton, two guys prepare for potential threats on a flight, a band of pirates sings a chantey, and a cop is a bit too trigger-happy.

  • Ray Parker Jr. has some new songs, a man can't stop saying "deez nuts," Keegan has to call 911, and a young man learns about Negrotown.

  • A gangster is determined to prove he's loco, terrorists meet up to plan their next move, and a jealous older brother makes a family dinner awkward.

  • Sketches include: a teacher bullied by the class clown, performers willing to take a kick in the crotch for their art and a man trying to score at a sex addicts meeting.

  • Sketches include Stan Lee's pitches for some new superheroes, a guy loses his reputation and a new device.

  • A henchman continuously interrupts his boss's torture session, a speaker at a school assembly discusses his colorful life, and a man tries to prove he's all grown up.

  • A respected sex crimes detective uses unconventional means to solve a case, an action hero rescues his girlfriend, and a frozen yogurt store employee indulges in too many samples.

  • A vampire reveals himself, a serial killer is thwarted, and a child's wish comes true.

  • A football player with a concussion tries to psyche his team up, a man accuses his wife of cheating on him with a dog, and a restaurant owner scares off his patrons.

  • A baseball player struggles with his addiction to slapping ass, a mobster takes vengeance on someone who crossed him, and Steve Urkel drives a man mental.

  • Two women take on Satan. Meanwhile, things go awry when a man goes mattress shopping. Dance club patrons are forced to face the truth about themselves.

  • A parole officer uses a puppet to buffer a situation with a parolee, a man in a neck brace attempts to party down, and a soldier has an emotional reunion with his family.

  • Aliens invade Earth, a family learns to accept a relative's gay wedding, and a couple of racists express some surprising views.

  • Key & Peele celebrate Shart Week!

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