Squarespace, Key & Peele will live commentate "The Big Game"

With Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key ending their successful comedy series and working on a couple of movies, you would think the two of them had enough of each other. Now the two friends are joining Squarespace in celebrating the really big football game. Mashable reports that the comedians will be commentating during the Super Bowl for those who want character based comedy coupled with their sporting events on a newly built Squarspace site.

The two will play Lee and Morris, two aspiring Atalanta sportscasters who are essentially real life cartoons as they host Real Talk. However, they're not allowed to use the name "Super Bowl" or anything else trademarked by the NFL so prepare to hear phrases like "Big Game" and "Football Christmas" and "American Football League National Championship Series." It's also great to note that C+ Comedy is brought to you by Squarespace but I HAVE YET TO SEE ANY EMAILS ABOUT DOING ADS. 

Jordan Peele and Tracy Morgan bring the FX show back on track

It's happening. It's finally happening. Tracy Morgan's FX series is heading into production and he's got a great writer on board: Jordan Peele. Both he and John Carcieri (Eastbound and DownVice Principals) have signed on to write the pilot. Following the horrible bus accident almost two years ago, Tracy has slowly but surely made his way back into the limelight.

Variety reports the new show will follow Morgan as a criminal who's trying to adjust to society following a 15 year prison sentence. President of original programming for FX Networks and FX Prods. Nick Grad says the network is ecstatic that Tracy will be joined by Peele, and executive producers Eric Tannenbaum and Joel Zada: “What an unbeatable combination – Tracy Morgan and Jordan Peele – two exceptional comics joining forces with a great team of writers and producers to create and produce this pilot for FX Networks.”