In addition to the third-season pickup of Brickleberry, Comedy Central today also renewed Key & Peele for a fourth season and Drunk History for a second, all for 2014 premieres. “We are covering several genres with these pickups: one sketch, one animation, and whatever Drunk History is,” said Comedy Central President of Original Programming Kent Alterman. Key & Peele is averaging 1.9 million viewers in its third season and is No.1 on cable in its timeslot with men 18-34. The show also boasts more than 400 million streams across multiple digital platforms. Stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele executive produce with Roberts, Martel and Zadak. Drunk History premiered in July and averaged 1.2 million viewers over its first season. Created for TV by series host Derek Waters and director Jeremy Konner, Drunk History is exec produced by Waters, Konner and Gary Sanchez Prods’Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Chris Henchy and Owen Burke.
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