‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Stars & Co-Creator React To Final Season Announcement – Deadline


Update for updates: NBC announced Thursday that Brooklyn Nine-Nine It will end with the upcoming eighth season. A police comedy led by Andy Samberg will conclude during the 2021-22 broadcast season, and the doors are finally closed in the 99th district.

The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic is delaying production of the eighth season, which will consist of ten episodes.

With the news of the final season of the show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Stars and co-creator Dan Goor shared fond memories of their time working on the show, which first aired on Fox in September 2013. In a statement posted to the official Brooklyn Nine-Nine On a Twitter account, Goor first remembered the show with co-author Mike Shore and his time on the series.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine ends again after its eighth and final season

He wrote, “Ending the show was a difficult decision, but in the end, we felt it was the best way to honor the characters, the story, and the viewers.” “I know some people will be disappointed that it’s over very soon, but honestly, I’m grateful for having continued that long.”

Melissa Fumero, who stars as Amy Santiago, said that taking part in the show was “one of the greatest joys”. While expressing gratitude to everyone for Brooklyn Nine-Nine Team, she added, now is not a time for feelings. “We still have a full season to shoot!” She wrote.

Director of Photography Rick Page celebrated his time on the NBC show with an Instagram post featuring the group.

“Sunset over Brooklyn,” he captioned his photo.

Other Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast members who shared their gratitude for the series include Terry Cruz, Dirk Blocker, and Dewan Perkins. See more reactions below.



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