End clap for the detective series Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which will end at the end of season 8. NBC should broadcast this last burst of episodes in September 2021.
Three bad news for fans of the crime comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine: the series will end at the end of season 8, which will not be broadcast before the start of the 2021 or even 2022 on NBC. And only 10 episodes have been ordered by the channel. A decision hard to hear for fans, but one that will allow Dan Goor and Michael Schur to end the series as it should. The latter had already decided to rewrite three episodes to include a storyline around George Floyd, this African-American killed by a police officer in May 2020 and whose death had moved the whole country. The scenario should also mention the global pandemic and its impact on the 1999 police station.
As a reminder, the series led by Andy Samberg had been canceled after 5 seasons by FOX before being bought and renewed by NBC, where it had made remarkable scores. Brooklyn-Nine-Nine is considered one of the best comedy series of recent years. She won the 2014 Emmy Awards for best comedy series. Samberg walked away with the Best Actor in a Comedy Award. It is available from us on Canal + Séries in US + 24.