Key & Peele dives into the hilarious minds of Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael Key. In this show, the dynamic duo writes and acts on a plethora of comedy sketches. Their sketch\u2019s ranges from Key acting as a substitute teacher, to Peele acting like Lil Wayne. This sketch show is on our Best Shows On Hulu with other funny series like Bob\u2019s Burgers.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Key & Peele Review\r\nKey & Peele is a sketch comedy show that started on Comedy Central. On this show, Jordan Peele, and Keegan Michael Key present different comedy sketches. These sketches are on different subjects like pop culture, and their personal experiences.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nKey & Peele present their sketches to a live audience through a TV screen on stage. They handle much of the acting in these skits, but sometimes they feature other notable actors. Key & Peele perform a wide spectrum of characters. While the majority of people will find this series hilarious, if you don\u2019t see it as funny there are other options to watch like The Handmaid\u2019s Tale.\r\nDesign\r\nThe show was filmed in the United States in front of a live audience. Key & Peele speak to the audience and joke with one another before they present their sketches in the episode. This is a show that reminds me of Chapelle\u2019s show. The sketches cover all kinds of situations, so the show stays interesting. Another interesting series on our list is The Act, a story about a mother and daughter committing medical fraud.\r\nValue\r\nThis series will have anyone laughing for a while. The Key Peele sketches take on interesting topics ranging from popular culture subjects like flash mobs, to their personal experiences on being half black and half white. With the way this show is formatted, there is no actual plot to follow, so you can choose to jump in at any point. If you\u2019re searching for a different series with a good plot to follow, Atlanta Is the best choice.\r\nKey & Peele review Wrap Up\r\nKey & Peele is a series of comedy sketches created by Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael Key. In these sketches, they take on black stereotypes, and sometimes random subjects that keep the show fresh. This is a great pastime for anyone looking for a good laugh.