The site compiles over 300 sketches, including 176 clips previously not been available online. The videos can be filtered by season, character and category, with special collections centered around various topics. The site can even be accessed through unique URLs based on characters or catch phrases, such as liamneesons.com and obamaandluther.com.
Fans will also be able to create and share GIFs and memes based on every sketch, while a comprehensive Key and Peele dictionary has been created for fans to bone up on crucial show lingo like "Dicknanigans," "Nooice" and "I said, 'Biiiiiitch.'"
Key and Peele wrapped up its Comedy Central run last September after five seasons. The show was nominated for numerous Emmys (but never won) and was awarded a Peabody in 2014.
Since the show's end, creators and stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have participated in an array of separate projects. Peele is at work on a new FX sitcom with Eastbound & Down writer John Carrier that will star Tracy Morgan, while Key has three upcoming movies Win It All, Why Him? and the animated Storks. But the pair continue to work closely, releasing their first feature film, the cat-based action comedy, Keanu, in April.