Comedy Central has announced renewals for three shows. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the cable channel picked up "Key & Peele," "Drunk History" and "Brickleberry."
"Key & Peele," one of the network’s best performers with young men, will return for a fourth season. Its ratings among viewers 18-49 have jumped 37%, helped by a lead-in from "South Park," the story notes.
"Drunk History," which was originally a Web series on Funny or Die, averaged 1.2 million viewers during its summer run on the network. "Brickleberry," which is from Daniel Tosh, has earned an average audience of 1.6 million viewers and will return for a third season, the story notes.