The first look trailer for Brooklyn Nine-eighth Nine’s and final season has been released. Dan Goor and Michael Schur created the police sitcom, which premiered in 2013. While the show began on Fox, it was later cancelled and then resurrected by NBC beginning with the sixth season.
The story revolves around Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), a New York City Police Department detective who engages in various antics with his workmates. He frequently clashes with his commanding officer, Captain Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher).
Despite being picked up by NBC in 2018, the show is now coming to an end with its upcoming eighth season. The next instalment will consist of ten episodes, with the final season premiering on August 12. By the end of the season, the series will have 153 episodes total. This conclusion aims to bring the series to a close by saying farewell to the excellent cast.
First Look At Last Season
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine YouTube channel released the first look at the show’s eighth and final season. Some of the main cast members are interviewed about their thoughts on the show’s final season. Fans can expect laughs, tears, and shenanigans, according to Samberg.
They talk about what Brooklyn Nine-Nine means to them, and Melissa Fumero says the show changed her life. The cast all spoke about the bonds they’ve formed on the show and how much they’ve enjoyed working on it.
The full video can be found below:
While the series is coming to an end, hopefully the final season will end on a positive note. It’s disappointing when shows end without providing any sense of closure, though that’s unlikely given the show’s status and the fact that the cancellation wasn’t as sudden as it has been with some other series.
Although it will be difficult for many of the cast members, it will free up their schedules and allow them to pursue other projects. The final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine will premiere on August 12, and the remaining episodes will be available on the Peacock streaming service.