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Key and Peele Production Design
Key and Peele Production Design

'Key & Peele' Production Design: Behind the Final Season

Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele” went out with a bang, grabbing seven Emmy nominations — and not just for the writers and stars. The show got nominations for hairstyling, makeup, editing, and production design. Production designer Gary Kordan joined Variety’s Mannie Holmes to talk about about what made “Key & Peele’s” final season so special, on camera and off.

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