The best thing to happen to the Comedy Central network since Dave Chappelle’s 2005 departure, comedic duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele has landed the cover of Time magazine.
Launched in 2012, Key & Peele, a sketch comedy television show, is hilarious. Period. Show creators and stars Key and Peele say their unique strategy for writing comedy – compared to comedians who focus solely on race, politics and hot button issues – is, in their words, to “make fun of everything.”
In the article, they explain, “Today it seems that we live in a world of extremes. On one end of the spectrum, we have anonymous Internet trolls looking for opportunities to dole out cruelty with impunity. But in mainstream culture, it often seems we’re drowning in a sea of political correctness that lapped up on our shores a couple of decades ago and has yet to recede.”
The fourth season airs this fall and has been extended to 22 episodes. Key and Peele were former cast members of MADtv.
Read more at Time.