Squarespace Taps Key and Peele for Undaunted Super Bowl Coverage

Squarespace Taps Key and Peele for Undaunted Super Bowl Coverage
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A Super Bowl 50 ad that's not quite an ad offers a lesson for the indecisive

Rob Kleiman
  • 3 february 2016

Squarespace‘s latest Super Bowl advertisement enlists the help of two all-new quirky characters from the minds of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele: Lee and Morris. These two amateur broadcasters from Atlanta wanted to provide live commentary on this year’s big game, so together they pooled their resources to set up a website on Squarespace where they can host a live broadcast. It’s called Real Talk. But Lee and Morris made one massive oversight when planning for this project: they don’t actually have the rights to talk about the game.

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