Key and Peele Want to Comment on the Big Game in Squarespace's Super Bowl Spot

Comedians Play Aspiring Sports Broadcasters

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Comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele will star in Squarespace's Super Bowl spot as Lee and Morris, aspiring sportscasters from Atlanta who want to comment on the big game.

They've pooled their resources together and set up a website on Squarespace for the live broadcast, with one massive oversight -- they don't have the rights to talk about the actual game.

Not only will the comedians star in the ad, but they will also provide live commentary throughout the game on Squarespace.

Squarespace, which will air a single 30-second spot in Super Bowl 50, is working with Anomaly on the creative. This is its third consecutive Super Bowl commercial.

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Feb 03, 2016
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