Monday, September 29, 2014

Key & Peele season four TV billboard...

Key & Peele season 4 special extension billboard
You know you're made it when you're gracing the front cover of Entertainment Weekly and you're guest-editing their comedy special issue, it's not a bad way to herald the start of the fourth season of Key & Peele's Comedy Central sketch show.
Key Peele season 4 special extension billboard
The critically-acclaimed comedy duo of Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key are back and bolder than ever with this special extension billboard along the Sunset Strip, showcasing just a selection of the wide range of their infamous characters, old and new.
Key Peele season 4 Where you at? billboard
Expect the return of favourites like 'Meegan', 'Luther' the anger translator for 'President Obama', more 'Pizza Order' guy, more College Football players and even more from the biracial comedians not afraid to make satirical observations about America's diverse and multi-cultured world we all live in.
Key and Peele season 4 billboard
This fun special extension billboard was snapped at the top of La Cienega Boulevard along Sunset Boulevard on September 23, 2014.
Key Peele season 4 billboard
If you're a fan of the funny guys, be sure to check out these previous season promo billboards for Key & Peele here at Daily Billboard, especially their inspired and very timely Donald Sterling Emmy Consideration billboard.

K&P, where you at?
Key & Peele season 4 Comedy Central billboard
UPDATED: All good things must come to an end and it looks like the fifth season will be the final season for the Key & Peele sketch show.
Key and Peele season 5 emoji billboard
Daily Billboard is sure we'll be seeing more of both of the comedians, and probably on the big screen sooner than you think (especially when you're anger translator to actual President Obama at the 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner).

Before they disappear from the small screen though, here's the fifth season emoji-themed billboard snapped along Sunset Boulevard on July 19, 2015, proving that the Comedy Central show still have the finger on the pulse of what's relevant today.
Key & Peele final season 5 emoji billboard

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