Brooklyn Nine-Nine may have hit the bin by Fox last year to be revived only a day later by NBC. The show made constant headlines in the previous year for reasons of cancellation and revival, and thus it got major hype. Reasons for its cancellation were rather baffling, the show did win two Golden Globes back in 2014 and was an instant hit. Now that it’s revived by some other network, the show may look altogether different now. It is under the banner of NBC, but fans can’t wait to see it. Watch the all-action trailer released by NBC here:
One of the major changes behind Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 under NBC is that it will have 18 episodes which are less than the original 22-23 episodes as seen on Fox. The show will air in the UK on E4. Thefor the show has just come out albeit just the US release. The show may have been picked up by NBC but only for Season 6. The future of Brooklyn Nine-Nine after Season 6 hangs in thin air. Nothing concrete can be said about the show beyond that. Andy Samberg the lead of the show is trying to be positive, but honestly, he doesn’t even know things beyond Season 6.
Thefor Brooklyn Nine-Nine just dropped, and it is out in the month of January itself. It releases on Thursday, January 10 at 9 pm on ET on NBC in the US. Speaking on the format of the show head Dan Goor said that the Season 6 cliffhanger is off the table in case the series doesn’t return.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been nasty with its cliffhangers in the past (seasons two, three and four) and that precisely is one of the main reasons why it was canceled by Fox. He also added that they don’t know if Season 7 will happen and neither does the NBC. But if that happens, they will be happy to do it.
A first-look teaser was shared for Brooklyn Nine-Nine about a week ago but beyond that NBC hasn’t shared anything. Here watch:
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