Squarespace is prepping a bizarre, ambitious and probably hilarious second-screen experience for the Super Bowl this Sunday—getting Key & Peele to do a livestream of video commentary for the duration of the entire game, with one major problem: They don't have the rights to talk about the game at all.
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CBS should have no problem drawing at least 110 million viewers to its Super Bowl 50 broadcast on Feb. 7, but the network has even grander ambitions for what could turn out to be a record-breaking audience.
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Comic-Con, which kicks off today in San Diego, is one of the hottest and hard-to-come-by tickets in the events world. So, Comedy Central is hoping to lure some of those who weren't able to score a badge.
Well, it was inevitable: Key & Peele has yet another skit about inventively named (and coifed!) college football players, and they've taken the opportunity of the upcoming Super Bowl to promote it. And rather than simply featuring the comedians sporting a series of ridiculous wigs and accents, Comedy Central has tapped honest-to-God football players to fill in some of the spots.
Jokesters Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele—best known for their Comedy Central sketch comedy show Key & Peele—have created several hilarious, over-the-top characters, including super enthusiastic action movie fan
For all the screwups, awkward vamping, GIF-ready facial expressions and ginned-up suspense, you just can't beat live television coverage for an election.