However, the last batch of episodes is postponed until the 2021-2022 season.
They bring you news that fans will discover neither noice nor toit: Brooklyn Nine-Nine is getting ready to submit its identification.
NBC declared Thursday that the beloved police comedy starring Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher will find some conclusion after its upcoming eighth season. Furthermore, before the farewell comes a considerable delay: This last group of 10 episodes (three less scenes than last season) will not air in the 2020-2021 season as at first arranged, yet is scheduled to premiere during the 2021-2022 season.
Samberg as of late said that Brooklyn Nine-Nine will continue filming on season 8 in the coming weeks; it is, obviously, one of numerous series that shut down production because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine debuted in 2013 on Fox, where it gathered basic approval and a clique crowd. Brooklyn’s soft ratings led its to cancellation by Fox in May 2018 after a five-season run, however an enormous outcry from fans and an outpouring of love on social media (counting by some high-profile fans including Mark Hamill and Lin-Manuel Miranda) made ready for NBC to quickly scoop it up and order a 6th season.
While reveling in tomfoolery and absurdity, the series hasn’t been hesitant to tackle bigger social issues, including the discrimination that Braugher’s Capt. Holt experienced coming up the positions as a Black, gay NYPD official. A season 4 scene investigated what happened when Sgt. Terry Jeffords (Terry Crews) was racially profiled while off the clock, season 5 portions highlighted Det. Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) coming out as androgynous and the crew managing the impacts of a functioning shooter, a season 6 scene dug into various officials’ perspectives while dealing with a working environment rape case, and season 7 saw Sgt. Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) and Jake (Samberg) battle to imagine an infant.
The show plans to address police ruthlessness — a profoundly imbued issue in law implementation that turned into a dire public conversation in 2020 — in its last season. “There’s nothing funny about what we’ve been seeing from the police,” Samberg said last year. “It’s not a laughing matter.”
Tending to the show’s last season, co-maker and showrunner Dan Goor in an statement Thursday, “I’m so thankful to NBC and Universal Television for allowing us to give these characters and our fans the ending they deserve. When [co-creator] Mike Schur and I first pitched the pilot episode to Andy, he said, ‘I’m in, but I think the only way to tell this story is over exactly 153 episodes,’ which was crazy because that was exactly the number Mike and I had envisioned.
“I feel incredibly lucky to have worked with this amazing cast and crew for eight seasons,” he continued. “They are not only among the most talented people in the business, they are all good human beings who have become a family. But most of all, I feel lucky that we have had the best fans in the world. Fans who literally saved us from cancellation. Fans who fill us with joy. Ending the show was a difficult decision, but ultimately, we felt it was the best way to honor the characters, the story and our viewers. I know some people will be disappointed it’s ending so soon, but honestly, I’m grateful it lasted this long. Title of my sex tape.”
Brooklyn Nine-Nine additionally stars Joe Lo Truglio, Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker.