NBC has revealed that the eighth and final season of the famous cop comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” will premiere in August. The new season will premiere on August 12 with two back-to-back episodes, with a new episode airing every Thursday, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Season eight follows Detective Jake Peralta and Captain Raymond Holt of the New York Police Department’s 99th Precinct, as well as their lovable friends, as they navigate their personal and professional lives over the course of a tough year.Last year, executive producer Dan Goor of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” said that season eight would focus on “police violence and systematic injustice.”
Universal Television, Fremulon, Dr Goor Productions, and 3 Arts Entertainment are the producers of the series. Goor, Mike Schur, David Miner, Luke Del Tredici, and David Phillips serve as executive producers. “Brooklyn Nine Nine,” which debuted in 2013 on Fox, was cancelled after five seasons before being renewed by NBC for a sixth season later that year.
The show revealed it would donate $100,000 to the National Bail Fund Network after receiving backlash for its sympathetic depiction of law enforcement in the midst of George Floyd’s murder. Season 8 of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” according to executive producer Dan Goor, will discuss concerns of police violence and racial injustice, according to a profile of Braugher released by Variety last year.
Universal Television, Fremulon, Dr. Goor Productions, and 3 Arts Entertainment produce “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” which is executive produced by Goor, Mike Schur, David Miner, Luke Del Tredici, and David Phillips.
“Brooklyn Nine Nine” was famously cancelled by Fox after five seasons in 2018, only to be resurrected by NBC for a sixth season later that year. The seventh and most recent season of the show drew in 24 million viewers.