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Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is American Comedy TV series. Created by Daniel J. Goor. Produced by Fremulon. Stars: Andre Braugher, Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz. It premiered on Sep 17, 2013, on NBC. The series has 8.4 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the Golden Globe, Primetime Emmy, Critics' Choice TV Award, GLAAD Media Award, Gracie. Brooklyn Nine-Nine is filmed in USA.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Are There: 7 (135 episodes)

Season 7

NBC

Season 6

Season premieres on January 10, 2019

Finale: May 16, 2019

NBC, 18 episodes

Season 5

Season premieres on September 26, 2017

Returns: March 18, 2018

Finale: May 20, 2018

NBC, 22 episodes

Season 4

2016, NBC, 22 episodes

Season 3

2015, NBC, 23 episodes

Season 2

2014, NBC, 23 episodes

Season 1

2013, NBC, 22 episodes

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine TV Series Schedule

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is on NBC (United States) Thursdays at 9 pm

Last episode:

Season 6 Episode 17 () - Air Date: May 16, 2019 (5 months ago)

News & Interviews

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Moves Into a New Precinct! Squad Shares Photos From First Day at NBC - per Thewrap

Samberg (Jake Peralta) shared two shots of himself with co-stars Fumero, Chelsea Peretti (Gina), Stephanie Beatriz (Rosa) and Terry Crews (Terry) on set, simply captioning it “Back at the 99…”

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Has Officially Started Filming Season 6! - according to Fanfest

Last season’s racial profiling episode “Moo Moo” was heavy, but it was handled in the gentle and heartfelt nature fans would expect Nine-Nine to. “Our challenge is to make them feel true to the show and funny, but at the same time give weight to the issue and really explore it in a fair way,” Goor said before saying they hoped to tackle the #metoo movement, but want to make sure they do it well.

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Working on #MeToo Episode for Season 6, While Terry Crews Says the Movement Is 'Just ... - by Indiewire

“For me, and for a lot of people out there, I like to call it the summer of freedom. We can now tell our truth. It’s funny because these are lessons I learned while doing this show,” Crews said early in the panel, noting how the “Moo Moo” episode and Rosa’s story arc helped him process his own feelings about representation.

Mark Hamill Cops Out for the 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Comic-Con Panel (Photo) - by Sfgate

Hamill’s cop-out seemed to contradict his tweet from Thursday, when the actor hinted that he would be at the convention in disguise, with a different mask for each of the four days of the convention.

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