Keegan-Michael Key

Keegan-Michael Key gives an alarming forecast in new election video

The forecast is cloudy with a chance of doomsday in the latest video from Joss Whedon and Save the Day, the writer-director’s recently launched super PAC looking to mobilize young voters in the 2016 election.

Starring Key and Peele co-creator Keegan-Michael Key as a glib TV meteorologist, the video finds him predicting severe conditions in the wake of a hypothetical Donald Trump victory in November.

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Key & Peele: 'We will always come back and do things together'

Riding high off Key & Peele’s Emmys win for Best Variety Sketch Series, fans of the late Comedy Central series were treated to some good news from the two stars: They’ll find find a way to work together again and again.

After claiming their trophies, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key were asked if, after the success of their tandem comedy Keanu and the Emmys win, they would make them consider coming back for specials.

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Louie Anderson wins best comedy supporting actor at 2016 Emmys

Louie Anderson can add an Emmy to his basket.

The first-time Emmy nominee won the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy for his role as Christine Baskets on Baskets at the 68th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday.

Anderson took on the challenging task of playing another gender in the new FX series. His character, Christine, is the mother to twins Chip and Dale, both of whom are played by Zach Galifianakis.

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John Oliver targets auto lenders with Keegan-Michael Key's help

John Oliver on Sunday went after the U.S. auto lending industry with Keegan-Michael Key’s assistance — but first, the Last Week Tonight host explained why he thinks a crisis is brewing.

According to the United States Census Bureau, about 86 percent of U.S. workers commute to work by automobile. That’s just one indication of America’s obsession with automobiles. For another, take a look at the subprime loan market, which Oliver said targets desperate Americans who need vehicles but have poor credit.

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Keegan-Michael Key picks his 5 favorite Key & Peele sketches

Today is a nooice day for Key & Peele fans: The complete series is now available on DVD. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele’s beloved sketch show only ran for five seasons over three years, but it left a considerable footprint on the comedy world, with so many of the sketches embedding themselves into the culture and becoming classics along the way.

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Keegan-Michael Key, Stephen Colbert mock lack of black Trump delegates

On Tuesday night, the Republican National Convention officially nominated Donald Trump as their candidate for president, something almost no one predicted when he first launched his campaign last June. Despite this success, Trump still hasn’t won over black voters; recent polls show him getting literally zero percent of black voters in Ohio, where the convention is taking place.

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Keegan-Michael Key explains what the Peabody Awards are

Keegan-Michael Key knows you probably don’t know what the Peabody Awards actually are — and that’s okay.

“They are the most prestigious and amazing and august awards you’ve never heard of,” Key, who is hosting this year’s 75th anniversary show, tells EW. “Actually, that’s not true. Everybody’s heard of them, but nobody knows what they are.”

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