Key and Peele to Host the Television Critics Association Awards

Get ready to get your laugh on: Key & Peele are bringing their comedic banter to the Television Critics Association Awards as the hosts. 

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are known for their hilarious sketch comedy series on Comedy Central, Key & Peele. From playing a pot-smoking Obama in his prime at college to the most badass, straight-thuggin’ substitute teacher you ever met, the chuckling duo have proven themselves to be more than ready to emcee the awards show. 

The TCA awards have reeled in A-List talent in the past to front the show including Dax Shepard, Craig Ferguson, Conan O’Brien and Mary-Lynn Rajskub. Will Key and his pal Peele top their predecessors? Unfortunately, the awards show will not be broadcast to fans – which, with a duo like them at the helm, is a bonafide tragedy — so we won’t be able to judge for ourselves. But we’ll get all the highlights after the Liam Neeson fanatics conduct the TCA Awards on August 3. 

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