Our favorite detective sitcom, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has confirmed their return in 2021. The show was set to release in October this year however, it was delayed. NBC Studios has confirmed that the ongoing pandemic and nationwide protests held them back. Nonetheless, the showrunners have the scripts ready and will go into production soon. Fans worldwide aren’t getting enough of Peralta, Santiago, and the 99th precinct. When will Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 be released? Read the discussion to find out more
Release Date of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8
The show is set to return in 2021. The news has been confirmed by the official Twitter account of Brooklyn Nine-Nine in Captain Raymond Holt’s indifferent voice- “We are in a state of Euphoria.” Additionally, NBC has also made a statement to the cast,” We want you Back!” So we’ll be getting more of NINE-NINE!
*Capt. Holt voice* We're in a state of total euphoria. #Brooklyn99 returns in 2021 on @NBC, streaming on @PeacockTV. pic.twitter.com/1sXKIE0Nr9
— Brooklyn Nine-Nine (@brooklyn99) August 27, 2020
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a cop sitcom based in the 99th precinct of New York. It delves into the lives of the detectives who solve crime cases of the city, all with a bit of pomp and show. The detectives are arresting hardened criminals, busting drugs but celebrating Thanksgiving, Halloween, Christmas too!
At the center of the show is Jake Peralta, an immature person but a great detective. Peralta is constantly competing with the fellow detective, Amy Santiago. He always wants to prove his worth to Captain Raymond Holt. Eventually, he gains the Captain’s trust.
The show is a public favorite because of the fun characters.
- Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta
- Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago
- Andre Braugher as Captain Raymond Holt
- Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz
- Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords
- Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle
- Chelsea Peretti as Gina Linetti
- Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock
- Joel McKinnon Miller as Norm Scully
Due to the heated scenario in the US, the showrunners have said to behave more responsibly. Amidst, the Black Lives Protests, they want to show the detectives in a better light.
Therefore, Season 8 will have its share of jokes and punchlines but also, it’ll deal with the current topics.
No Official Trailer for Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 has been released.
Season 1 – 6 of the series is available on Netflix and Season 7 is available on NBC.
Until we come back with more updates about this series, you can check Gobin Slayer Season 2 and more.
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