It appears that evidently followers will not have the ability to save Brooklyn 9-9 this time. On Feb. 11, NBC revealed that the police comedy will probably be coming to an finish throughout the 2021-2022 season. Initially airing on Fox, the present ran for 5 seasons earlier than being cancelled and picked up for a sixth season by NBC in 2019. The present was then renewed for an eighth season previous to the seventh season premiere in spring 2020. Sadly, the ultimate season will probably be a brief one, consisting of solely 10 episodes. Manufacturing for season eight was hit by the pandemic however star Andy Samberg advised Deadline he hopes to be again on set “pretty quickly.”
“I am so grateful to NBC and Common Tv for permitting us to provide these characters and our followers the ending they deserve,” govt producer Dan Goor advised Deadline. “When Mike Schur and I first pitched the pilot episode to Andy, he stated, ‘I am in, however I feel the one approach to inform this story is over precisely 153 episodes,’ which was loopy as a result of that was precisely the quantity Mike and I had envisioned.”
He continued: “I really feel extremely fortunate to have labored with this superb forged and crew for eight seasons. They don’t seem to be solely among the many most proficient folks within the enterprise, they’re all good human beings who’ve turn into a household. However most of all, I really feel fortunate that we’ve got had one of the best followers on this planet. Followers who actually saved us from cancellation. Followers who fill us with pleasure. Ending the present was a tough determination, however in the end, we felt it was the easiest way to honor the characters, the story and our viewers. I do know some folks will probably be disillusioned it is ending so quickly, however actually, I am grateful it lasted this lengthy.” The ultimate season is ready to premiere fall 2021.
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